Let’s set your abs on fire!
With this workout, you’re going to train all parts of your abdominal muscles, including your lower, middle and upper abs and oblique muscles (which sit at the side).
It is important to keep your form tight and your motions controlled with your ab workout.
Lay flat on your back with your hands by your side and your palms facing downwards. Keep the arch of your down and your pelvis tucked under. Lift your toes to the ceiling until you are at a 90-degree angle. Slowly return to your original position.
Lay on your back and bend your knees, so your feet are flat on the floor. Cross your arms across your chest, or place them behind your head. Keep your feet on the floor, lift your shoulders off the ground, stay in this position for a second, and then slowly return to the original position.
Lie on your side, keeping your legs straight and your core engaged. Lift yourself and rest your weight on your elbow. Ensure you keep yourself in a straight line. From here, lower your hip close to the ground, and then drive back to the original position.
Sit in your original sit-up position with your arms by your side. Reach and tap your left ankle with your left hand and then your right ankle with your right hand.
Lay flat on your back and keep the arch of your back controlled and tight - don’t let it lift up. Bring both feet off the floor and raise each foot in an alternate motion of around 5 centimetres in a flutter motion.
As many as you can for 30 seconds
Lay flat on your back with your arms above your head. Lift your arms and legs simultaneously to meet in the middle and then return to your original flat position. If you want to make this harder, you can hold a dumbbell.
Get into a press-up position and rest your body weight on your forearms. Keep your core tight and your shoulders over your arms. Hold this position and keep your form stable.