BEST EXERCISE TO GET ABS FASTER

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If you are looking for a more effective abs workout then here it is the first,

1. Reverse crunch helps you to take your abs routine to the next level.

HOW TO DO REVERSE CRUNCH?

Performing the 7 steps below, you will be able to do this exercise properly:

1. Lay down on the exercising floor straight on the ground or in your exercise mat.

2. Extend and stretch your arms completely with your hands placed palms down on the floor.

3. Maintaining your feet together, pull up your knees towards your chest, until you have your thighs making a 90 degrees angle with the floor and your calves being parallel to the floor.

4. While you inhale your breath, curl up your hips off the floor by bringing your knees even closer towards your chest.

5. Hold for a count of one.

6. While you exhale, then return your legs to the start position.

7. Repeat the above steps to complete the desired number of reps and sets. Throughout the exercise the concentration on the portion and breathing between the reps of exercise should be done.

2. Curl-ups help to develop strength and flexibility. It strengthens the muscles of your abdomen. Strong abdominal muscles not only look better, but they also provide more stability for your entire trunk (butt).

1. Lie down on an exercise mat. Arms straight forward, palms down.

2. The abs, curl up. Move hands toward heels. Keep head up.

3. Return to starting point and Repeat.

4. Start by lying on your back with knees bent.

5. Put your fingertips on the back of your ears.

6. Lift your torso up as close to your thighs as possible.

7. Lower your torso down to the floor so you’re back in the starting position Start by lying on your back with your knees bent. Do 3 sets of 10-15 reps.

3. Wipers exercise helps you to stretch your lower side abs and reduces lower side bellies. HOW TO DO WINDSHIELD WIPERS?

Performing the 7 steps below, you will be able to do this exercise properly:

1. Without forming an arch of your spine, lie down on an exercising mat.

2. Make a “T” shape of your upper body by extending your arms sideways with your palms firmly fixed to the ground.

3. Starting position: Raise your legs in a manner that your legs and knees form a 90 degree angle with the each other.

4. Raise your legs in an incline manner such that both of your thighs are either touching each other or the lower one of them is touching the ground. Remember to exhale while you do this.

5. Pausing for a while, flip to the other side.

6. You complete one rep when you have finished doing the exercise on both the sides.

7. Do many times would you like to do as a sufficient in nature.

4. Plank is one of the best exercises for core conditioning, but also works for full abdominal, its support proper posture, improve balance.

Step 1:

Lie face down with your forearms on the floor and your elbows directly beneath your shoulders. Keep your feet flexed with the bottoms of your toes on the floor.

Step 2:

Clasp your hands in front of your face, so your forearms make an inverted “V.”

Step 3:

Rise up on your toes so that only your forearms and toes touch the floor -- your body should hover a few inches off the floor in a straight line from shoulders to feet.

Step 4:

Draw your navel toward your spine and tighten your buttocks. Look at the floor to keep your head in neutral position and breathe normally.

Step 5:

Hold for at least 10 seconds or more than that and lower yourself back to the floor.

5. Crunches strengthen the straight muscle of abdominals by flexing it. It trains your core without stressing back. To increase the challenge and muscle activation.

Lie on your back on the floor. Using a mat or a plane surface is more comfortable, to do crunches well. However some people prefer to do crunches on a stability ball.

Bend your knees. Your feet can be flat on the floor, or you can keep them suspended in the air during your crunches for a little extra crunch.

Cross your arms in front of your chest. You can also place your hands behind your neck or head, but many people tend to pull their head or neck up during the exercise, which can place extra strain on the spine Your head and neck should be resting on your hands.

Lift your shoulders towards the ceiling using your abdominal muscles and pause at the peak.

Ease back down slowly as you inhale:

Don't just suddenly back down. Your control on the way down works your abs muscles as well.

Above exercise will target the abdominal muscles

Tone down the obliges

Strengthen the back and abs muscles

More-over work on hamstrings

Flexibility

Improve your mood

A toned belly

Improve balance and posture.


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