4 Moves to Kill Your ABS Workout

Most of us have heard about all those torturing devices as the corsets that the famous Kim Kardashian is wearing, and the same should be actually a complete exchange of a waist training. To be honest, none of those gadgets will not help you to tighten and shape your waist as the proper exercises.

It is a fact that you cannot turn your core into a healthy and strong one just as that. That is why we have contacted Larysa Di Dio, a personal trainer, to share with us the most effective and fastest waist workout that may be performed with a great easiness.

Larysa explains that the following workout is consisted of 4 exercises that are targeting the oblique and the abs, transforming the body into a well-shaped one. The greatest thing about this workout is that the same is not taking more than 10 minutes. For effective results you will have to perform each exercise as many times as it is recommended to you, making a pause of 30 seconds between every exercise. Also, you will have repeat the entire workout circle for two times.

Following are the exercises that are part of the waist workout.

  1. Oblique Static Hold

Start the exercise by laying down at one of the body sides.

Your legs need to be placed one over another and extended as much as possible.

Then make a movement by lifting both of your legs several inches off the ground and try to stay into that lifted position for about 1-2 seconds.

Then you may lower them down. Make repetitions of the exercise for a period of 20 minutes.

Then switch the body side and perform the same lifting for additional 20 seconds.

Squeeze your abs every time when you are rising and lowering your legs.

  1. Side-To-Side Leg Drops

Start the exercise by laying down on your back.

Your legs need to be over your hips and extended as much as you can. Regarding your knees, the same need to be bent a little bit.

Your arms should be placed to your sides and your hands need to be turned towards the floor.

While you are keeping your knees together, drop your legs to one side of your body and then return them to the central position.

Make repetitions on the opposite side too.

You should continue switching the sides during a period of 45 seconds.

Larysa’s advise while lifting the hips off the floor is not to lift them so high.

  1. Oblique Side Crunches

Start the exercise by laying down on your back.

Bend your knees and put your feet on the floor into a flat position. Extend your arms over your head as much as you can.

As you are raising your shoulders off the ground, reach your arms outside your right knee.

Then you may return your body to the starting position and repeat the same crunch movements on the opposite side too.

Continue switching the sides for a period of 45 seconds.

Larysa’s advice when raising yourself off the ground is to use your core as a help.

  1. Forearm Plank Hip Dips

Start the exercise by bringing your body into a full plank position.

This means that your elbows need to go under your shoulders and your core needs to be tightened during all the movements.

Then you may drop your hips to one side and immediately return them to the central position.

Make repetitions of the same movement on the opposite side too.

Continue switching sides during a period of 45 seconds.

Larysa’s advice regarding prevention of body injuries and pain is to keep your core engaged during all the movements.