One of the major things to remember is that “abs are made in the kitchen”…. Most individuals won’t have rock hard abs, even if they do have a strong core. In order to visually see abdominal muscles, you have to be either genetically blessed with a lean midsection or get down to a lower body fat percentage.

 

Nonetheless, it’s really important to have a strong core, why:

  • Helps to prevent injury.
  • Tone up your midsection.
  • Core muscles assist with any other movement.
  • Helps to maintain good posture.

 

There is many reasons on why you should train your core.

 

Here a list of my 4 favorite ab exercises that I like to incorporate after my normal lift:

  • Rope crunches, put a rope on the cable machine and hold onto it by your neck. Squeeze your abs and bend forward, crunch. 5 sets of 20 reps.
  • Hanging leg raises, hang and raise your straightened legs up and down. Focus on squeezing your abs and not utilizing your momentum. 5 sets 20 reps.
  • Bicycle crunches, super basic, lying on the mat or floor, elbow to opposite knee. 100 reps 2 sets
  • Crunches, the basic crunch, lift shoulders off the floor. 100 reps 2 sets.

DM me if you have any questions.

 

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