This is a great exercise that works the lower abdominals and can be done practically anywhere without any special equipment. Start by lying on the floor, preferably on a mat if you have one, and placing your hands under your butt (gluteus maximus) palms facing down to the floor and your legs straight out. Slowly bring your knees up and in towards your chest at the same time raise your chin in and towards your chest to have your knees and chin meet in the upwards position as close to the chest as possible. Then slowly lower your knees and chin back down and repeat for a total of 12-15 reps. Perform 3 sets. Alternatively, just like the previous two exercises, you can perform 2 sets of 20 reps.
3) Deadlifts – Deadlifts build back strength, work the hamstrings, and build grip strength. This exercise also works on full body stability and control.
All of the exercises carried out are designed to tone the abs and melt away all of that extra fat. In fact, most people have been able to see great results over a small amount of time. As long as everything is taken care of each day, and the individual makes the right diet changes everything should work out just fine.
The opposite is also true. A short memory is a bad thing, in that you have to keep up with your program or lose the benefits. It’s like mowing the lawn. You have to keep doing it regularly, week in, week out, or your neighbors are going to yell at you.
To get 6 pack abs it would be best to get some abdominal exercises in. That is pretty obvious, right? Six pack exercises can be brutal on the stomach but they do their job. Finding those workouts for abs is not too difficult. Crunches are a long time favorite for many; one could also try a lying bicycle, twisted crunches, or a jackknife. There is a plethora of ab workouts one could look into and do right in their own home.
If you are worried about the time spent in working out for abs is too much, then your situation is solved. Abs workouts don’t take much time. It is advisable to stick to only two sessions of abs workout a week. For instance, if you haven’t done a single crunch, you need to go slower with your abs workout. If you don’t, you will be tired in the first week itself because of painful sores. Start with only one abs workout a week and eventually increase it for greater results. Now if you are in a good or mediocre shape, then you should only do two abs workouts per week and ensure repetition which lasts for at least 30 minutes where you work on the entire abdominal area.
Lying on the floor, place your arms flat out beside your body on the ground. After bending your knees in the air, cross your ankles. Using the muscles in your legs and abdominal region, push your legs up towards the ceiling. Your hips need to lift at least a few inches from the ground. Try to use your stomach muscles more than your hips.