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Have you ever dream about having a six-pack or a lean? Well, I have some news for you it doesn’t have to be a dream. Of course, it’s not going to be easy and you’re going to have to do some hard work. Come on will it actually be more rewarding to you if anyone can get a lean stomach overnight. It should only be about working for something you really want. All you have to do is some hard work and once you do; there will be no turnbacks.
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It has come a time where you want to change your body for the better and. The food you’re consuming is not going to cut it. Don’t get me wrong that’s a huge part of getting you close to a flat stomach. Working out is like the icing on the cake, or shall I say an easier win. To build a stronger core first you need to know what you’re doing and actually do it right.
Don’t forget quality over quantity when it comes to the right workout that targets the right muscle. There are so many exercises you can add to your workout. Not everyone knows you should be targeting the right muscle to get a six-pack. With so much information you can read up on and learn about how to do get a strong core. My number one secret is to try it for yourself.
Unlike the ordinary type of planks which is very similar to plank roll. Since it’s in the same section of planks. Planks roll is when your two forearms are leaning against the floor, and holding your body up. Of what is called a plank position. Now for you to get into doing the plank roll all you need to do is twist your side from right to left. Allowing your midsection to be tilted towards the ground. Planks are exceptional for tightening up your core in a simpler way.
All though most of us have probably heard of crunches by now. But, to those who haven’t crunches is an effective way of targeting your muscles. According to Dr. Laskowski “the abdominal crunch is one of the most common exercises used to train the abdominal muscles”. All you have to do is lie back with your knees slightly bent, and your head down on the ground. You can either cross your arms over your chest or put it behind your head (hand on the right and left side of your head). Now you can lift up and make sure your feet stay on the ground.
Looks just what it sounds like; superman and is like the form when you’re flying in the air. Instead, you’re lying on the ground as you’re lying straight down on your stomach. You start to put up arms straight in front of you. Then, you begin to live up almost like you’re trying to do a curved shape. Just go slowly up and down from there. Don’t forget to stop if your back or neck becomes sore. You don’t want to do any physical harm to your body, because you can tighten up your core. If it wasn’t intended or meant to happen.
Bicycle is like riding an invisible bike, of course not literally. It targets the obliques making it a good workout. For what you’re really trying to accomplish. What you need to do to make sure that you’re doing everything properly because if you don’t then it almost knows use to do them. Okay, so you should lay down on the ground and put your two legs up like you’re about to ride a bike. After that, you put your hands on the back of your head. Therefore, won’t have any neck problems. The best part is the workout when you start to cycle and do a circular motion. What I have to say is don’t go too fast.
Works your abdominal muscles and targets rectus abdominis and obliques. As you lay on your back and keep both legs up in the air. Then, bend forward to reach your toes, but make sure you don’t go too fast. All though it takes time to see any results as long as you stick to it you will see a change in your abs.
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