Do you dream about beautiful 6-pack? Stop dreaming! Yes, it might seem there are too many obstacles on your path. But you’re making it all a bit more difficult than it needs to be. Here are 8 effective exercises for your abs, and they’re perfectly suitable for beginners.
High knee taps 1:01
Russian twists 2:13
Standing bicycle crunches 3:10
Classic plank 4:00
Plank knees to elbows 4:56
Roll up 5:34
Rolling like a ball 6:24
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– Athletes often use high knee taps at the beginning of their training to improve their speed, flexibility, and power. It’s a perfect warm-up exercise.
– Russian twists don’t only make your abdominal muscles stronger! They also train your lower back and oblique muscles. If you’re done with the first part of Russian twists, let’s make life a bit harder for you.
– Beginners often complain standing bicycle crunches cause discomfort. If you share the sentiment, try standing bicycle crunches. They’re a good “lazy” alternative!
– Classic plank is a super-effective multipurpose exercise. Even better, you can regulate how difficult it will be.
– Plank knees to elbows help to strengthen your abdominal muscles, core, and shoulders. When you add a knee-to-elbow movement, it increases the intensity of the exercise. What’s more, it helps you to improve your balance and train your legs.
– Roll up is also a multipurpose one. It helps to tone not only your abs but also your hip flexors. In addition, it stretches your back and hamstrings. By the way, if you have tight hamstrings, bend your knees a bit, and keep your feet flat on the floor.
– Rolling like a ball will help you to deeply work your abdominals while also stimulating your spine. It might be a bit difficult to roll straight and not to fall to the side at first. But the more you exercise, the more well-balanced this move gets.
– Earthquake is often used in Pilates classes. To do it correctly, you need to sit with your legs and arms stretched straight ahead and your shoulders moved back.
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