Best Abs Exercises of All Time

Overview

What happens when you ask some of the best trainers in the world to select their favorite ab exercises and then blend them in a unique way? You have a workout that you need to try to believe. This special routine has your abs covered-training it directly with isolation movements, and indirectly with core stabilization moves like squats. Give it a try and you’ll quickly see what you’ve been missing.

How to do this Workout ?

Perform this workout 2-3 times per week, making sure to never do this routine on back-to-back days.

When you see a number with a letter next to it-such as 1A and 1B-it means the exercises should be performed as a group. Do one set of the first exercise, rest for the prescribed amount of time, and then do one set of the next exercise in the group. Repeat until you’ve completed all of your sets for each exercise, and then move on to the next group.

Circuit : Do 1 set of each exercise in a group consecutively, without rests in between. Once  these exercises have been completed, repeat the circuit again – doing 1 set of each with no rests in between. Continue until prescribed number of total sets are performed

Strength : Complete all sets of an exercise at the same time with rests in between. Then move to the next exercise.

Superset : Two moves done consecutively (like a circuit) with no rests in between.

Exercises in this Routine

Representative image : Swiss Ball Russian TwistRepresentative image : SquatRepresentative image : The TeaserRepresentative image : Towel Plank and Knee-inRepresentative image : Cable WoodchopRepresentative image : Bow PoseRepresentative image : Side-to-Side Lunge ChopsRepresentative image : Standing Side CrunchRepresentative image : Side Plank and RowRepresentative image : Three-way PlankRepresentative image : Half-kneeling Rotational Reverse ChopRepresentative image : Swiss Ball RolloutRepresentative image : Modified Pilates Roll-up with BallRepresentative image : Body Bar Oblique TwistRepresentative image : Swiss Ball Plank Leg LiftRepresentative image : Swiss Ball PikeRepresentative image : Reverse Crunch on a BenchRepresentative image : Walkout

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