Abs exercises
1. Lie on the floor and keep your legs bent at the knees level. Get your hands together behind your head.
2. Raise the upper body and imagine you create a V-shape using your thighs.
3. Lower upper body when you feel a contraction and get it back in the starting position.
4. Repeat the number of reps desired.
1. Lie on the floor and the left side with legs close together and knees bent a little.
2. Put your right hand behind your head and start moving your right elbow as you would do a standard crunch focusing on your obliques.
3. Crunch as much as you can, hold it for a second and then go back in the starting position.
4. Repeat as many times as you have been instructed.
1. Lie down on your back and keep your hands under your buttock.
2. Keep legs straight in front of you and a bit off the floor.
3. Raise your legs keeping the knees straight and flex the hips until they get fully flexed then return to starting position.
4. Repeat as many times you've been instructed.
1. Go into a plank position and give your weight a balance by distributing it between hands and toes.
2. Get your hands shoulder-width apart and abs engaged together with head alignment.
3. Drag right knew into the chest as much as you can and then switch to the other knee and continue.
4. Repeat as many times you've been guided to do.
1. Select the right weight and sit down on the machine. Arms need to be bent at 90-degree angle.
2. Begin to lift your legs at the same time with crunching your upper torso. Use a steady movement and concentrate on making the abs move the weight.
3. Pause for one second and slowly go back to your starting position.
4. Repeat the exercise for the suggested amount of reps.
1. Position your feet under the foot bar and low down on the sit-up bench with your knees bent. Put hands behind your neck.
2. Raise torso and twist waist to one direction by using your hips.
3. Combine alternating twists and concentrate on keeping a steady movement.
4. Repeat as many times you desire.
1. Position yourself on the roman chair and keep the back tight and close to the back of the chair. Elbows should be directly under shoulder on the pad.
2. Start by raising your legs until they get parallel to the ground and make sure they are straight.
3. Slowly return the legs down to the starting position before raising them back again.
4. Repeat the number of reps you were instructed to do.
1. Sit down on the floor on your back. Bend knees and put your arms behind your head.
2. Slowly contract your abdominal muscles. Keep the chin up as you raise and keep a steady movement.
3. Hold for 1 second at the top of slowly lower back down. Don't fully relax when lowering.
4. Repeat with perfect form as instructed.
1. Go down on the floor keeping your lower back pressed to it. Put hands behind head and bring knees towards the chest. Also, lift shoulder blades off the floor.
2. Make your right leg straight at about 45-degrees and turn the upper body to the left by getting right elbow towards the left knee.
3. Switch sides and make the same movement on the other side to complete.
4. Repeat as many times you were instructed.
1. Go into a plank position and give your weight a balance by distributing it between hands and toes.
2. Get your hands shoulder-width apart and abs engaged together with head alignment.
3. Drag right knew into the chest as much as you can and then switch to the other knee and continue.
4. Repeat as many times you've been guided to do.
1. Lie down on your back and keep your hands under your buttock.
2. Keep legs straight in front of you and a bit off the floor.
3. Raise your legs keeping the knees straight and flex the hips until they get fully flexed then return to starting position.
4. Repeat as many times you've been instructed.
1. First, lie down keeping the back pressed against the floor. Arms need to be fully extended with arms facing down and kept on sides. Bend the knees until you are a bit off the ground.
2. Lift right leg up to 45-degree angle while the left leg is lowered very close to the ground.
3. Change the movement by raising the left leg and lowering the right one.
4. Repeat as many times you desire.