GREAT LOWER AB WORKOUTS
These 6 classic great lower ab workouts target the lower abs which are usually the problem area for most people and that’s where the belly fat tends to sit, the little pudge that doesn’t seem to go away. Unfortunately, it’s also the hardest part to tone. The good news is, it can be done! Accompany this great lower ab workout with a proper diet and and that little pudge will disappear and soon you will have a flat tummy, a flat sexy tummy that is. Add theses exercises to your routine or use all of them as your lower ab workout and do them 3 -4 times a week.
Lay-downs are opposite of a sit-up. Sit on a decline sit-up bench, and slowly lower yourself until you’re about half-way flat… then sit all the way up again! Repeat so you’ve done three sets of 10-20 . If you don’t have a bench at home you will need to do this at the gym.
These are just like the classic crunch but you twist while crunching up, so your left elbow touches your right knee, then vice versa, repeat. Do three sets of 10-20 crunches. These are great exercises for lower abs. Make sure you take your time.
This is easy and fun to do. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, hands on your hips. Now bend, twisting so your right fingers graze your left toes, stand back up, then twist so your left fingers touch your right toes. Repeat this until you’ve done three sets of 20-25.
Another great classic! Lie flat on your back on a mat, with your arms at your sides, then raise your legs, together, about 12 inches off the floor. Leave them there for 20-30 seconds, or as long as you can, then slowly lower them back to the ground. Repeat. Another great lower ab workout!
The plank has been listed as one of the best effective Ab exercises according to industry research. Lie on your stomach like your doing a push up, arms in front of you, then raise your body up on your elbows and toes, keeping a straight line. Hold this position for 1-2 minutes, or as long as you can. The longer the hold, the better.
A pushup, done correctly works out your arms, shoulders, back, legs, chest, core, and lower abs all in one exercise. Do as many as you can start with 10 and increase.