All of us want a flat stomach and a slim waistline. In order to achieve this, you need to workout on the lower abs. Read on to know few exercises you can perform easily sitting at home.

Lower Abs Workout

Who doesn’t wish to flaunt Adonis-like toned abs? Even if you decide to go for a lower abs workout, finding the right exercise is not an easy thing to do. Moreover, it would be frustrating to perform a certain set of exercises with no result. Before anything else, it is essential for you to grasp the very basics of training your lower abs. The first thing that you should understand is that just working out on your lower abs will serve no purpose and the fat present in that particular area wouldn’t reduce with time. In order to lose fat in that area, you need to lose fat all over your body. This is how a basic fat loss mechanism works. However, a great lower abs workout can help strengthen your core and tone up your muscles as well. This article deals with few lower abs exercises which you can execute.
Lower Abs Exercises
Alternating Supine Leg Walks
To execute this exercise, you need to lie down on your back placing your hands under your buttocks. Now lift your legs vertically up. Contract your abdominal muscles so that your mid-section feels tense. Slowly lower one of your leg, keeping the foot a few inches away from the ground. Keep it in that particular position for few seconds. Then place the leg back to the initial position. Alternate the leg and perform the above steps with the other leg. Repeat the exercise and feel your lower abs working.
Supine Reverse Crunches
Just like you did in the case of alternating supine leg walks, lie down on your back again with your hands under your buttocks. Slowly lift both your legs vertically up and go on to bend your knees, making a 90 degree angle. Now begin contracting your abdominal muscles and feel the mid-section of your body getting tense. Keep your knees bent at the same angle, while slowly lowering them, until the back of your feet are just a few inches above the ground. Then, bring your knees up towards your chest and really squeeze your abdominal muscles while doing this. Repeat the exercise in regular intervals taking proper rest in between. Do not over-exert yourself.
Leg Lifts
Even this exercise form involves you lying down on your back and placing your hands below your buttocks. Lift your legs in a vertical manner, slowly and carefully. Now, take a deep breath and contract your lower abdominal muscles. This will, in turn, make your mid-section stiff. Now, slowly lower both the legs, so that back of your feet is right above the ground. Now, retain this position for a few seconds and stretch your legs vertically again. Repeat the exercise for effective results.
Reverse Curl
To perform this exercise, first lie down on your back. Now slowly lift both your legs and bend your knees. Use both your hands to pull your knees right up to your chest. Make sure your hips are on the floor itself. Now contract your abdominal muscles and feel your mid riff getting tense. This form of exercise is a must for your lower abdominal program.
Captain's Chair
If you wish to have a washboard flat stomach, hit the captain’s chair. This abdominal exercise involves standing on a gym chair and gripping the handholds tightly. Now, all that you have to do is press your back against the head pad and slowly lift your knees towards your chest. Your back must remain straight throughout the execution of the exercise.

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