The Best Core Exercises for All Fitness Levels


This pose tones your thighs and butt while using your glutes to raise your hips and strengthen your core.


Crunches are an old-fashioned way to improve your core. Your abs are worked out as you raise your upper body.

Supine toe tap

Additionally, toe taps barely exert any strain on your spine. For those who experience back problems, toe taps could be a great substitute for crunches.

Bird Dog

The bird dog is a great exercise to build your core because it works your back and abdominal muscles. It also tests your stability, balance, and coordination.

Bicycle crunch

With your left leg bent and pulled near your chest, begin with your back on the floor. Maintain a straight right leg that is slightly elevated off the ground. 


Maintain your knees on the floor and your weight over your hands to make this exercise simpler. Maintain a straight line from your shoulders to your knees.

Warrior crunch

This take on the classic bird dog works your back and abs while increasing core mobility with its flowing motions.