Do you want that rock-solid stomach with awesome six packs? Or do you want a trimmer waistline? Read on to find out some simple abdominal workouts.

Easy Ab Workouts

Among the most popular workouts that people go in for today, abdominal workouts rank high in the list. A trimmer waistline or a solid stomach with a rock-hard six-pack is what people aspire to get and this can best be achieved by means of abdominal workouts. Apart from strengthening your muscles, you will get the kind of abs that you see on models on magazine covers, that you so envy. Stronger abs will help you perform better in sports as well as battle chiropractic problems. There are many quick-fix exercises which people claim will work out. However, there is no evidence that the effects of these exercises will last. Of course, you would like to get to know what you could do to ensure that you have lasting results. The best exercises are the ones that have been proven to work with time and are not so difficult either. These can be done from the comfort of your own home, without the need of having to frequent a gym or let a personal trainer fleece you.
Simple Abdominal Exercises
  • Lie on the floor with your back to it.
  • Suck in your stomach while taking a deep breath.
  • Keep your eyes focused on the ceiling and raise your torso off the ground until the angle between your upper body and the floor is around 45 degrees. Ensure that you do not pull on your neck and get a sprain.
  • Hold on to this position for 3 seconds and return to the starting position.
  • Repeat this set of workouts 15 times. 
Standing Side Bends 
  • Stand as straight as you can with your legs together and your arms at your sides, and suck in your stomach.
  • Lean from left to right, making sure that you don’t rotate your hips.
  • This exercise works out the obliques, as well as engages the lower back muscles and the entire abdominal wall. Repeat this set of workouts 15 times. 
Torso Twists 
  • This is a great way to tighten the mid section. Stand straight and suck in your stomach.
  • Rotate your upper body from left to right.
  • Repeat this set of workouts 15 times. 
Double Crunches 
  • Add more emphasis to certain sections of the abdomen by means of double crunches. Lie flat on the floor with your back to the floor.
  • Raise your knees in the air and bend them at a 890 degree angle, such that your calves are parallel with the floor.
  • Keeping your eyes focused on the ceiling, take a deep breath, and suck in your stomach.
  • Raise your upper body off the ground so that it is at a 45-degree angle with the floor.
  • Hold this position for 3 seconds.
  • Repeat this set of workouts 15 times. 

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