Pin for Later: The It'll-Hurt-to-Laugh-Tomorrow 100-Rep Crunch Workout Bicycle Crunches

Bicycle Crunches

Pin for Later: The It'll-Hurt-to-Laugh-Tomorrow 100-Rep Crunch Workout Bicycle Crunches

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58 Game-Changing Exercises That’ll Transform Your Thighs

This dynamic exercise works the obliques and upper abs while keeping your heart rate up. Although this is a full-body move, it doesn't require a lot of space, so you can do it almost anywhere. Use a five- to 10-pound dumbbell or a medicine ball.   Squat, and twist left to hold the dumbbell on the outside of your left leg. Exhale, and lift the weight diagonally across your body, ending twisted to the right with the dumbbell above your head. Pivot on your left foot as needed. The move is a bit…

Low to High Woodchop

This dynamic exercise works the obliques and upper abs while keeping your heart rate up. Although this is a full-body move, it doesn't require a lot of space, so you can do it almost anywhere. Use a five- to 10-pound dumbbell or a medicine ball. Squat, and twist left to hold the dumbbell on the outside of your left leg. Exhale, and lift the weight diagonally across your body, ending twisted to the right with the dumbbell above your head. Pivot on your left foot as needed. The move is a bit…

Lower Abs: Resistance Band Flutter Kicks  Gym fail...totally did this move and the handles popped of and smacked me in the head

Lower Abs: Hanging Ab Curls

Lower Abs: Resistance Band Flutter Kicks Gym fail...totally did this move and the handles popped of and smacked me in the head

Great for toning the waist and stretching the sides of the body. •Stand with your feet hip-width apart holding five- to 10-pound dumbbells at your sides.  •Bend sideways to the right, squeezing your waist on the right side. Keep your neck as neutral as possible, looking forward not down. •Pull the left ribs down to return to standing upright. This focuses the work on the left obliques. •Repeat for a total of 12 bends to the right, then switch sides. Do three sets.

Skip the Crunches: 7 Ways to Work Your Abs Standing

Great for toning the waist and stretching the sides of the body. •Stand with your feet hip-width apart holding five- to 10-pound dumbbells at your sides. •Bend sideways to the right, squeezing your waist on the right side. Keep your neck as neutral as possible, looking forward not down. •Pull the left ribs down to return to standing upright. This focuses the work on the left obliques. •Repeat for a total of 12 bends to the right, then switch sides. Do three sets.

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Flatten Your Belly with This Killer Ab Workout

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