What's the best exercise to tone LOWER abs??
How to get dream abs? This is a million dollar question.
Everyone wants to get flat abs, but everyone fails to reach the fitness goals, either because of a faulty nutrition plan or a faulty exercise plan.
Only doing sit-ups is not going to help as you have to include different kinds of exercises that hit different muscle groups such as the frontal, sagittal, and transverse.
Also, HIIT is an exercise that really makes your muscles work extra hard and helps get rid of the love handles that isn’t what you can call a sight for sore eyes.
Try any of these workouts for abs improvement at home and watch your abs transform for the good!
Motivation peppered with determination and perseverance is the key to get those washboard abs. Make sure you have liberal doses of all three when you include these ab exercises.
Regularly doing some good ab workouts at home, such as the 2 below, will give you a flat belly ASAP.
A squat is a great way of activating the muscle fiber rates in the rectus abdominis, transverse abdominis, and also in your internal and external obliques.
This is one of those good ab workouts that can’t be missed, especially when you’re performing your flat abs workout routine.
How to do it right:
Keep your feet shoulder-width apart, and the barbell on the back of your shoulders.
Now, lower your body toward the floor and send your hips back and down while you bend your knees.
Push back your heels to get back to the start position. Ensure that your back is flat and your head stays straight while you maintain the movement.
2. V Ups
This move helps activate all of the abdominal muscles and that includes rectus abdominis, internal and external obliques, and also the transverse abdominis. The movement is not very difficult to follow either. Try one of the ab exercises here.
How to do it right:
Lie down on the floor and relax while you extend your arms right above your head and raise your legs keeping it suspended in the air at a 45-degree angle.
Breathe deep and try to roll your head and shoulders off the mat while you continue to push your ribs down toward your hip bones and gently breathe out.
Lift your torso off the mat while you keep your core engaged.
Position your arms in a way that your arms and legs are parallel to one another. Stay in the position for two steady counts and keep breathing gently.
Roll back to the starting position and back to the mat.
there called cruches...ther different from a sit up....lay down like a normal sit up thencross your legs at your ankles and lift them off the ground toward your head. then do short sit ups like that only come up about 4 or 5 inches...and do them quick....but do sets of like 20 to 25
sit like a normal sit up, but put your legs in a 90% angle, and just do chin ups - around 200 a day should do the trick for a month.
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