Yoga Instructor Claire Grieve deonstrates her ab workout
We do love our Aussies here at Amodrn—and celebrity yoga instructor and #abgoals idol Claire Grieve is no exception.
Grieve counts A-listers like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Odell Beckham Jr. as students, so the woman clearly knows her stuff. But the thing we love most about Claire? She makes yoga approachable for everyone—whether they’re heading to the mat to find inner peace, or to increase their hamstring flexibility. Her keen grasp on physical anatomy and how to work certain muscles in order to see results is what makes her so crazy-popular among the celeb set … And why we wanted to pick her brain on the best ab move to do to see results.
Claire breaks down the importance of core strength in everyday life (other than for #abselfies, obviously)
A strong core stabilizes your body from the inside out—which is obviously important in yoga, but also in everyday life.
“On the mat building your back and ab strength will stabilise your asanas, keep you standing upright, support your balance and increase flexibility in the back. It will also give you the strength and control to rock advanced poses like handstands and arm balances,” she explains.