Having problems with big stomach? You may see other women who have nice abs and envy them. Well that is normal. Who doesn’t want to have that abs? All want it. The problem is how we can have it. One of the solutions to that is an Abs Workout.
According to experts, we should take extra care with our inner core – the abs, because the overall strength of a person stems from there. If you have a strong core, you will develop speed and strength. So if you are serious about having abs, try this 15 minute Abs Workout.
Do this routine moves for three days a week. Practice to have little rest as possible while you move to the next routine moves. You can rest for a maximum of 60 seconds between circuits. Repeat all the routine moves for three times.
Reverse Wood Chop
The tip in doing this move is to choose a medicine ball weight that challenges your core during the last few reps without compromising the proper form. To do this, you should stand with your feet apart for about hip-width in distance. Keep your arms straight, brace your core, and stand as you raise the ball diagonally above your left shoulder. As you reach the top, pause then return to first position. Do five repeat in one side then switch to the right for another 5 reps.
Reverse Lunge Rotate
Hold a medicine ball with both arms extended at chest height, with feet hip-width apart. Step your left foot back and bend both knees to lower into a lunge as you rotate your torso to the right. Slowly reverse the movement to return to the first position. Do five reps, then switch side.
This time, you will need to lie down on the floor. Be sure to put a clean mat so you will not interact with the dirt on the floor. First thing that you need to do is lie on your back, feet raised and knees bent 90 degrees. Your arms should be at your sides a few inches off the floor, palms facing up. Brace your core and reach your fingertips toward your heels as you raise your shoulders off the floor while keeping your head neutral. Pause, then return to start. Do 10 repetition of this move.
Again lie on your back, face up, knees bent, and feet flat on the floor. Extend your left leg, keeping it parallel to your right thigh. Brace your core, and on three counts, raise your back off the floor while keeping your head neutral and reaching your arms toward your left foot. Pause, then slowly roll down. Do this again five times then switch sides.
Following this routine three times a week will make a difference. You will notice a different strength and speed. Most of all, you will eventually develop that abs in your tummy.