Easy Core Exercises for Beginners Home Routine

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Core exercises for beginners routine with Physio Michelle https://www.pelvicexercises.com.au. Learn the correct core exercise technique and mistakes to avoid with your core exercises at home. This gentle exercise routine is ideal for lower back rehabilitation after lower back pain, pelvic pain, pregnancy or improving your trunk posture and control.

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This core exercises for beginners routine is ideal for safely regaining control over your core muscles.

Exercises are suited to:
• Recovery from back pain
• Individuals with pelvic floor problems
• Recovery after childbirth
• Safe abdominal toning

These core exercises are designed to train the core muscles that wrap around the trunk including deep abdominal, spinal and pelvic floor muscles.

Benefits of Core Exercises
• Pelvic and spinal support (1)
• Posture and support (2)
• Training the pelvic floor and deep abdominal muscles to work together (3)
• Toning the lower abdomen

How to Progress Core Exercises
Commence doing the number of exercises that’s manageable for your body. It’s more important to use good form rather than doing more exercises, especially when you’re a beginner.

Progress your core exercises with:

• More repetitions
• Alternating arms or legs limbs during each exercise

Core Exercises Demonstrated in this Video

1. Lying Down Exercises
Heel Slides
Single Leg Raise
Bent Knee Fall Outs

2. Kneeling Core Exercises
Kneeling Arm Raise
Kneeling Leg Raise

1. Suresh, R. and Einstein, J. (2015) Effects of Core Stabilization Program and Conventional Exercises in the Management of Patients with Chronic Mechanical Low Back Pain. International Journal of Physiotherapy, VOL 2, ISSUE 2.
2. Standaert C. et.al. (2008) Evidence-informed management of chronic low back pain with lumbar stabilisation exercises. Spine J. 2008;8:114–120.
3. Sapsford, R. et al (2001) Co-activation of the abdominal and pelvic floor muscles during voluntary exercises. Neurourology and Urodynamics, Vol.20(1), pp.31-42.

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leslie says:

After 5 medical procedures including hysterectomy and hip replacement in last 18 months I have no core strength… I am hoping these beginner lessons will help.

Ali says:

Hi Michelle,
Can I get my flat tummy back despite having a grade 3 prolapse?


Thank you for the great video . would you recommend to keep the back arches even if someone has APT.

Ushasree Pramanik says:

Hey beautiful lady will this help me to reduce my belly fat???…..

S. Jones says:

What is the best mattress for me? I have neck and lower back stiffness and soreness with issue with sacrum. As of today, I've done several exercises from your videos that I have vowed to incorporated as a daily routine.

Dog Prime says:

THS where you at

Kim Kerr, MPT says:

Great descriptions! Fellow PT here! Thanks!

Inkeri Meharg says:

Thank you so much for this clear video, Michelle. Are there more available to follow up as I get stronger?

Gilmour11 says:

I have had considerable rapid weight gain and am experiencing very serious core weakness. I’m really glad I found this. You are so encouraging. I really loved this. I hope it will help me begin to recover my health. Thank you for posting this.

Susan Rohde says:

Michelle.. this is perfect for me, I broke my L1 through L5 I went in the hospital and they put bone cement in between each one 5 days later I got out of the hospital I was home for two days and my T12 broke so I'm really hoping these exercises will help again thank you so much

Linda Bevan says:

Inti week 3 of social isolation in UK – this is great – adding exrecises from our classes here

Adrienn Olson says:

Michelle, these exercises are so good, but I feel like pretty soon they will be too easy for me (we'll see). Do you have an intermediate home routine as well? Thanks a lot!

Rosey Tui says:

Oh Im so glad I found your channel. Im loving the beginner videos…coz Im beginner. Thank you!

SVM Natural says:

Can't I have six packs after having disc bulge??😖

Julie Godown says:

I can't hear you when on hands and knees. =(

Isabelle Bourret says:

Hi Michelle, I am new here and very interested in your channel

Linda Bevan says:

Monday morning again – thank you – so good to do during Coronavirus

Sandip Hullale says:

This is good. I felt relaxation in lower back. On the second exercise of moving hand upwards the hand on ground gets lots of pressure. Also after exercise experienced few unusual burps.

shreya nanda says:

this is shit

Lizzique Official says:

I’m here for the reason everyone else is here Lol, my gym is closed for the quarantine and this video really helped.

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