Skip the Crunches: 3 Ways to Work Your Abs Standing - You can tone your abs without ever doing do a crunch again. And the good news gets even better! Standing ab exercises tone your middle while working your entire body, increasing your caloric burn.
Skip the Crunches: 7 Ways to Work Your Abs Standing -You can tone your abs without ever doing do a crunch again. And the good news gets even better! Standing ab exercises tone your middle while working your entire body, increasing your caloric burn.
Planks are great for working the abs, and the elbow plank is harder on the abs than the traditional plank in push-up position. Start face down on the floor resting on your forearms and knees. Push off the floor, raising up off your knees onto your
Start with the ball at chest level, and slowly write the cursive alphabet in front of you. While your arms move around in all sorts of angles, you need to use your abs to keep your torso still. Think of keeping the area between your ribs and pelvis solid.
Place your palms on the ball, and stand with your legs wide, about three or so feet apart. Walk the ball out so your back is straight and your hips are in the same line as your ankles. From here, lean your body forward, allowing the ball to roll down
Start in a shallow squat, holding the weight in your right hand. Pull your elbow back, squeezing your right shoulder blade toward your spine while you twist to the right. Do for 30 seconds, then switch sides. Source: Megan Wolfe Photography at J+K
Down Dog Abs “Start in a Downward Dog pose, actively pushing your weight into your heels while reaching your tailbone to the sky. Lift your left leg up squeezing the left glute. Exhale rock your weight forward over your hands, draw your left knee.