Best AB Exercises – Our Top 5 ABS Exercises

The workout that we are presenting here is something that you probably haven’t try yet. The result of it you’ll meet very soon after you master the exercises properly.

What you should know about this workout:

–          Warming up for a few minutes is something that should be done before doing these exercises in order to avoid any injury.

–          The time for each exercise: 45 seconds.

–          Make a break of 15 seconds before moving to the next exercise, or longer if you are a beginner

–          For a total of 15 minutes repeat circuit 3 times.

–          Listen to your body, always, and when you are ready to increase the intensity of interval training sessions gradually.

–          Not to over do it (rest days when needed).

  1. Russian Kicks:


–           Starting position – sitting down in the crab position, with the body weight on the hands.

–           Supporting your abs alternate your legs kicking in the air.

–           Performing it doesn’t let your butt touch the ground.

Do as many repsas you can for 45 seconds.

Modify: Start with a lower speed and without jumping, slowly alternate lifting your legs in the air.

  1. Froggers:


–           Starting position- a plank position.

–           Jumping your feet up towards the outside of your hands kept on the floor, come into a squat.

–           Jump your feet back to return to starting position and

–           Repeat.

Do as many repsas you can for 45 seconds.

  1. Bicycle Crunches:


–           Starting position- Lying flat on the floor keeping fingertips behind your ears.

–           Bringing knees up while they are perpendicular to the floor, go slowly through a cycle pedal motion kicking forward with the left leg and bring in the knee of the right leg towards your opposite elbow.

Do as many reps as you can for 45 seconds.

  1. Mountain Jumpers:


–           Starting position- push-up position.

–           Alternate jumping each foot bringing your knee towards your chest.

Do as many repsas you can for 45 seconds.

  1. Plank:


–           Starting position- push-up position on the floor, on your elbows, bent 90 degrees, resting weight on your forearms. Your body should form a straight line from your feet to head

–           Hold the position keeping your core tight the entire time to prevent your back from collapsing.

Do as many repsas you can for 45 seconds.