πŸ”₯Abs Of Steel Core Workout Circuit PART 2!! Killer Workout For Flat, Tight Abs Fast! πŸ”₯ #tipit by Jenn W - Musely
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πŸ”₯Abs Of Steel Core Workout Circuit PART 2!! Killer Workout For Flat, Tight Abs Fast! πŸ”₯ #tipit

posted in Health & Fitness
04/13/2015
  • Here's the part 2 workout! For best results check out my dietary tips. Enjoy 😘
    Here's the part 2 workout! For best results check out my dietary tips. Enjoy 😘
  • If you've been doing the other workout this one shouldn't be overly difficult. Rest no more than 1 minute between exercises & do them all back to back in this order (it's set up to alternate giving your shoulders a rest) then rest 2 mins & repeat for 3 total sets. I've also included some modifications to make it harder or easier. If it looks too hard either start doing my first ab tip in this series, or start out with 1 set the first couple times you do this workout. Also, take at least one rest day before you do this workout again!

  • Plank supermans: start from the hand plank position . Slowly, while squeezing the abs and using balance, lift your opposite hand and foot from the mat keeping your back straight. Make it easier: do it from the forearm. Alternate doing 20 total.
    Plank supermans: start from the hand plank position . Slowly, while squeezing the abs and using balance, lift your opposite hand and foot from the mat keeping your back straight. Make it easier: do it from the forearm. Alternate doing 20 total.
  • Foot tap crunches: squeeze the abs to lift your upper body from the mat and reach side to side to tap the heel of your foot, alternating back and forth for 30 seconds. Make it harder: slightly elevate your feet throughout.
    Foot tap crunches: squeeze the abs to lift your upper body from the mat and reach side to side to tap the heel of your foot, alternating back and forth for 30 seconds. Make it harder: slightly elevate your feet throughout.
  • Pike: use foot sliders or plain paper (works but be careful & test out the friction on the floor you'll be using...at least a little resistance is needed & more=harder). From the hand plank position, use your abs to drag the feet toward the hands. Slowly slide feet back to start & repeat (15 total).
    Pike: use foot sliders or plain paper (works but be careful & test out the friction on the floor you'll be using...at least a little resistance is needed & more=harder). From the hand plank position, use your abs to drag the feet toward the hands. Slowly slide feet back to start & repeat (15 total).
  • Plank side crunch: from the hand plank position bring your right knee around the side to touch your right elbow. Make it harder: do it from the forearms. You can twist the torso to engage both sets of oblique (side) ab muscles, just maintain tension, and be careful not to drop the hips to the floor.
    Plank side crunch: from the hand plank position bring your right knee around the side to touch your right elbow. Make it harder: do it from the forearms. You can twist the torso to engage both sets of oblique (side) ab muscles, just maintain tension, and be careful not to drop the hips to the floor.
  • V crunch: hold a ball between the knees, or my preference: bring the knees open as you crunch your legs in (activates lower abs better...open legs when in, bring together when out). Lean back slightly w/ legs out and up. Bring the legs in and torso forward using abs, and then back to start (15reps).
    V crunch: hold a ball between the knees, or my preference: bring the knees open as you crunch your legs in (activates lower abs better...open legs when in, bring together when out). Lean back slightly w/ legs out and up. Bring the legs in and torso forward using abs, and then back to start (15reps).
  • Sliding mountain climbers: make sure there is enough friction using foot sliders or paper so it's not too easy 😜 With smooth, controlled motions, alternate bringing each leg under you to you chest, using the abs. Do this for 30 seconds (longer if you have good endurance).
    Sliding mountain climbers: make sure there is enough friction using foot sliders or paper so it's not too easy 😜 With smooth, controlled motions, alternate bringing each leg under you to you chest, using the abs. Do this for 30 seconds (longer if you have good endurance).
  • Certified personal trainer, bachelors degree in exercise science, and currently in medical school. Like and/or share and I'll post another workout in this series! Thanks 😘

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