Abdominals Workout for Stronger Stomach Muscles
Many people aspire to gain stronger, leaner abdominal muscles. So if you’re interested in burning belly fat and getting a leaner midsection, then this abdominals workout is for you. It’s important to note that doing abdominal exercises alone won’t get rid of belly fat. Meaning, you’ll have to lose body fat all over to make your abdominal muscles visible. That’s because spot reduction in any one body region is simply not effective. Adopting a healthy diet and comprehensive training program is essential.
With that being said, you don’t necessarily have to only do exercises that specifically target the abdominal muscles. Many exercises and movements in general require you to contract and engage the abs, such as full-body, compound exercises like deadlifts and squats.
It’s great to have a fitness goal to work toward, and many people, especially athletes, can achieve a stronger, leaner midsection. However, in your quest for six-pack abs, don’t forget what’s most important: your physical fitness and health. Not everyone will get picture-perfect abs, even if they are dedicated exercisers. But everyone can tone and strengthen their stomach muscles. And that’s always something to celebrate!
Dynamic Stretch – 10 minutes
Incline Walk – 20 minutes
Abdominals Workout – 4 Sets
10 x Seated Dumbbell Oblique Twists
15 x Reverse Lying Crunch with Full Extension
20 x Dumbbell Flutter Kick
10 x Seated Dumbbell Oblique Twist
Cool Down Stretch
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To understand more about rest timings, read our post on rest intervals.
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