Exercises to Get Six Pack Abs

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 Exercises to get six pack abs, when you want to get ready for the beach.

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Doing sit-ups each day isn’t fun, and it won’t work the same way a mix of different abs exercises can. We give 5 exercises , to get six pack abs, that you can do on an easy way, even at home.

Split Leg-Arm Raises

(20 each sideBegin lying on your back with your arms and legs straight in the air. Lower your left arm back by your head and your right leg towards the floor simultaneously, until they hover just three inches from the ground. Return to the starting position. Your neck, shoulders and head should remain on the ground throughout.

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Split Leg-Arm Reach

 

(20 each side) Start on your hands and knees with your legs and arms perpendicular to the ground. Extend your right arm and left leg simultaneously until they are parallel to the floor. Maintain a straight line from your arm to leg. Return to the start position.

Suitcase Carry

 

(25 to 35 meters) Stand holding a 20-30 kilo kettlebell by your side and your arm straight. Don’t lean towards the weight, but instead, contract your abs to keep a straight posture. Walk forward for 25 to 35 meters, breathing deeply into your pelvis behind your contracted abs. Try to walk as normally as possible. This move works your obliques and quadratus lumborum.

Hanging Leg Raises

(5 reps) Start by hanging from a pull-up bar with your feet off the floor. Contract your abs and tuck your hips underneath you. Raise your legs up towards the bar without swinging, using only your core strength. As your legs come up, relax your glutes and tense your abs pushing into your armpits and lift them as high as you can. Lower slowly to keep core muscles engaged for max benefits. Repeat.

Spiderman Crawl

(50 to 100 meters) Start on your hands and knees. Look straight ahead and lift your knees off the ground, keeping your head up. Crawl forward on your hands and feet using your core to stabilize the movement. Your hips should stay low and your knees bent and pointed to the outside of your elbows.

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Bert April 13, 2018 Sport