Your Questions About Best Lower Abs Workout Exercises
What is the best morning toning workout for lower body?
I'm 16 years old. I'm 5' 9" and i weigh around 125lbs. I want to start toning my lower body and abs with results in 2 months max. My plan is to do stairs at my local park every morning, but i don't know how much that will benefit me! I also own a blowflex machine, but i'm mostly looking forward to doing morning outside workouts. If you have exercises that you suggest me doing on the blowflex that would be great also 😉 I also have 1 pair of 10 lb. dumbbells.
One other thing, i also want to workout my biceps so that i don't have that jiggly flab ;P
And this is all with results in about 2months or earlier.
How i got my abs in 2 months with morning workout.
-kicks (taekwondo and karate kicks)
-Crunches at least 3 sets of 10.
Try and do this after doing your stairs.
And try do it regularly, make it a habit to at least do 3 sets of crunches EVERY morning.
I got my 6 packs in 2 months just doing those two training. People have different body metabolism though; so what works for one person may not necessarily mean it will work for the other; so my advice is, if you really want a toned lower body; put your mind to it and do the exercises that you see suits you best.
Is my ab workout intense enough for a 6 pack by august?
My workout consist of the following
8 minute abs with a 5 lbs weight behind me head during crunches
3 sets of 10 double leg lifts
3 sets of 10 double leg reverse crunches
3 sets of 15 double leg circle things
and 8 minute abs with a 5 lbs weight behind my head again!
Here's the site to the 3 sets of 10 exercises that target lower abs
I eat healthy, I drink plenty of water and I eat a lot of protein. I never eat fast food or drink soda. I run 3-5 days a week for a 2-6 mile rune each day, I also lift weights every other day.
So can I get a 6 pack or an 8 pack by the beginning of august?
Here's the picture
Pretty sure I'm under 8 % body fat already. Thanks for all the answers!
Absolutely yes, and possibly no.
Getting definition in your abs is the same as getting definition anywhere in your body. A good workout routine is key, but you need to lower your body fat level above all else. Six-pack and eight-pack abs are actually signs of a very low, though not necessarily unhealthy, body fat level.
You already have vertical definition in your abs, which is a great sign. You've obviously done some research, which is an even better sign. As long as you stay dedicated to both your workout AND your diet, I see no reason why you won't see more horizontal cuts. You may not look like Brad Pitt a la Tyler Durden in Fight Club after two weeks, but then again...who does?
Keep at it, your reward will be irreplaceable.
Workout For Abs (10 Points Fo Best Answers)?
I need Exercises for Upper, Lower, and Obliques/Side ab muscles. Please list 3 or 4 each for every muscle group thanks. Also reps and sets would be usefull.(10Points for best answers)
Do 8 minute abs on you tube it works all parts of abs. It is amazing! You will be hurting afterwards if you are not use to working your abs very intensely.
The above poster with the full blown workout routine has the right idea, but with 8 minute abs you will do everything listed plus more. Also it gets your heart racing so you will be burning fat while doing this. I did not believe in exercise videos until i tried this. It really does work. PLEASE TRY IT
Also after you do the 8 minute abs work out do the Stomach vacuum exercise this exercise is suppose to cause your stomach to lose 3 inches within a month. It is kinda hard to explain how to do it so Google it and you will have no problem figuring it out.
I hope this helps. I am currently doing both of these exercises routines and am seeing REALLY good results. The only thing holding me back from a completely ripped six pack is little layer of fat which i am working on with TONS AND TONS of cardio.
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