"This cable exercise is great for core strength and stability, giving you a lean waist," Set the cable to your chest height and start with a small weight.
Place your feet shoulder-width apart. Pull the cable toward your chest with outstretched arms while holding onto the cable's grip and facing perpendicularly. Hold or push it for more core burn.
Core wood chops are next on this lean waist strength list. This motion uses a resistance cable, so you may do it just after the Pallof press.
Set the cable at shin level and hold the handle with both hands. Bring the wire up and across your body to the other shoulder from the start. Reversing the movement.
The cable crunch is another great waist-and-core exercise. "This exercise requires kneeling on the ground with a cable high above your head
The rope attachment is best for this activity. Be careful while starting with little weight. It might injure your back if done improperly. Correct technique and dedication will make it seem like a weighted crunch and stress your abdominal muscles or six-pack."
"The leg lift may sound boring, but when done right, it will provide you with a strong, lean lower abdomen."
The gym captain's chair is his preferred technique to do this workout. Bend your knees 90 degrees. Raise your legs as near to your chest as possible while engaging your core. "Having your pelvis not tuck up toward you will strain your lower back and engage your hip flexors instead of your abdominal muscles.
Finally, decline crunches. Place yourself on a declining bench. Lie down and put your feet beneath the bench rolls.
Hold your hands at your head and squeeze your body toward your legs. Keep your lower back against the bench. If this exercise is too easy, hold a weight plate that matches your ability level.