Wondercore Six Pack Care Is A Revolutionary Fitness That Targets Your Entire Core To Give You Perfect Six Pack Abs You Always Have Dreamt Of! Unlike Other Abs Equipments In The Market Today That Only Work In A Limited Range, Wondercore's One Of A Kind Ergonomic Design Offer Effective Exercises That Works Both On The Way Up And Down Focusing On Every Muscle Of Your Core. The 180 Degree Range Of Motion Allows You To Exercise Your Upper, Middle As Well As Lower Abdominal Muscles, All At The Same Time. Such Simultaneous Motion Of The Abs Helps You To Get A Much Tighter Abs In A Limited Time. You Get Reverse Crunch While You Lie Back And While Coming Up There Will Be Regular Crunches. The Best Part About Wondercore Is That With This Single Equipment You Get 6 Different Workouts Namely Oblique Twists, Crunches, Lower Abs Tucks, Reverse Crunches, Lower Ab Press And Stretch. This Abs Equipment Is Perfect For All Fitness Levels And Even Those With Back Problems. Even Different University Tests Have Shown That Using Wondercore Offer 200% More Muscle Activity As Compared To Ordinary Abs Exercises And That Too In Half The Time. The Biggest Advantage Of Opting For Wondercore Is That You Are In An Extremely Comfortable Seated Position Where Your Body Parts Like Neck And Head Get Full Support. The Foam Cushion Is Designed In Such A Way That It Provides Up And Down Massaging Movements To Your Back. This Enables To Relax Your Back Muscles And Spine, Making You Feel Good. The Ergonomic Arc Design Of Wondercore Is Of Great Use Even If You Are Suffering From Back Pain As It Can Fully Stretch Your Back And For This All You Have To Do Is Simply Lie On It And Within A Less Period Of Time You Can Feel That Your Pain Has Reduced. Abdominal exercises are useful for building the abdominal muscles. This is useful for improving performance with certain sports, back pain, and for withstanding abdominal impacts (e.g., taking punches). According to a 2011 study, abdominal muscle exercises are known to increase the strength and endurance of the abdominal muscles. It has been highly disputed whether or not abdominal exercises have any reducing effect on abdominal fat. The aforementioned 2011 study found that abdominal exercise does not reduce abdominal fat; to achieve that, a deficit in energy expenditure and caloric intake must be createdabdominal exercises alone are not enough to reduce abdominal fat and the girth of the abdomen. Early results from a 2006 study found that walking exercise (not abdominal exercise specifically) reduced the size of subcutaneous abdominal fat cells; cell size predicts type 2 diabetes according to a lead author. Moderate exercise reduced cell size by about 18% in 45 obese women over a 20-week period; diet alone did not appear to affect cell size.