6 Best Abs Workout You Must Try for Flat Tummy

Are you looking to tone your tummy and have them in perfect shape? Ever feel like you can’t work your abs enough?  It might seem like no matter how much training you do, they just stay the same. If this is you, then you must know there’s a reason for that. Experts have suggested that, in order to lose weight and show muscle definition, one needs to train the whole body. And because lower abs are very difficult to strengthen since that is where our body stores most of its excess fat – nevertheless, there are highly effective exercises to help one eliminate every fat stored in the lower abs area. Read on to find out what these exercises are.

1. Heel Tap

How to do:

  1. Lie face-up, hands under your butt, knees bent, feet lifted into table top position.
  2. Slowly lower your flexed feet forward until your heels barely touch the ground.
  3. Squeeze your abdominals to help raise your feet back up to table top.

2. Mountain Climber

How to do:

  1. From a high plank position, with your body straight and hips level, lift right foot and draw right knee to chest between your hands.
  2. As you return right leg to plank, lift left foot and draw left knee to chest between your hands.
  3. Continue to alternate as quickly as possible, keeping your core tight and without hiking your hips.

3. Scissor

How to do:

  1. Lie face-up, hands behind your head, lifting head and shoulders off the floor.
  2. Using your abdominal, lift legs slightly off the ground and scissor kick, alternating one up and one down.
  3. Focus on not straining your neck or jutting your chin forward.
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4. Slider Pike

How to do:

  1. Start in high plank position with both feet on sliders.
  2. Squeeze low abs and pull feet toward your hands, lifting your hips toward the ceiling into a pike position.
  3. Slowly push feet out to lower into starting position.

5. Cross body climber

How to do:

  1. From a high plank position with your body straight, hips level, and core braced, lift right leg and draw right knee toward left elbow.
  2. As you return right leg to plank, lift left leg and draw left knee toward right elbow. Continue to alternate.

6. Rolling Plank

How to do:

  1. Start in low plank position on forearms. Hold for 10 seconds, then roll on to your right elbow, stacking feet, and hold side plank for 10 seconds, engaging your obliques.
  2. Roll back through center and over to the left elbow, stacking feet, and hold 10 seconds.
  3. Continue to alternate, keeping core engaged and not letting your hips drop.


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