Everybody wants amazing abs. The trick? Eat clean and work them consistently; 2-3 times each week and to fatigue each and every time.
Last spring, I had abs that I was proud of. I had all but eliminated added sugar from my diet and was training hard and consistently. Lots of all abs workouts.
Sadly, those abs are currently in hiding. Thanks to an injury that side-lined my training for much of the summer and a few too many trips to the ice cream shop
In fact, in response to a recent photo I posted on Instagram, somebody actually asked if I was pregnant! (Note, doesn’t everyone know that you NEVER ask a woman if she’s pregnant, not unless she’s on the way to the hospital to deliver???)
But I’m determined. Those abs will reappear by Christmas time, come hell or Halloween treats (of which I’m having NONE!).
Today’s #FatblasterFriday is an all abs workout, baby.
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ABSolutely amazing abs will be yours (and mine!) if you just commit to doing this workout 3 times per week. And don’t forget to progress the exercises (make them harder, that is), to keep on stimulating muscle growth and abdominal definition!
#FatblasterFriday Amazing All Abs Workout
1a. Plank + leg abduction (15 reps)
1b. Side plank + core rotation (15 reps)
Repeat 1a and 1b on opposite side
2a. V-sit push-aways (15 reps)
2b. V-sit + core rotation (15 reps each side)
Repeat 2a and 2b
3a. Diagonal crunch with foot on knee (15 reps)
3b. Reverse bridge glute squeeze with leg press (15 reps)
Repeat 3a and 3b on opposite side
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Disclaimer: Although I am a registered Personal Trainer, I am not YOUR Personal Trainer. Always adapt workouts to suit your body and fitness level. Always consult your doctor before beginning a new exercise program.