This is a workout I usually do post workout as it works the total abdominal muscle, from the upper to lower and the obliques to the v line, where the obliques meet the transversus abdominis muscles. It takes 5 minutes to complete a set so depending on how much time you have and how intense you want to go, you can adjust accordingly.

Muscles Worked

  • Abdominals

Equipment Required

  • Mat
  • Towel

The Ab/Core Workout

The Ab/Core Workout

Duration: 5 minutes per set

Reps: 30 seconds per exercise

Rest: 30 seconds per exercise

  1. Reverse Crunches
  2. Bent Knee Crunches
  3. Full Wipers
  4. Ankle Taps
  5. Flutter Kicks

By the time you get to the flutter kicks, you feel you cannot do them for the full 30 seconds and if you do more than 1 set, you’ll start feeling it at the bent knee crunches, but this is all good because you need that tension to get the muscles to grow.

Take note that no matter how many exercises you may do, you will never be able to see the abs if your nutrition is not balanced in a healthy way, take time to know how you can lose fat, so that you start revealing your developed abs.

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