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Six Pack Abs Workout: Level I

By Chris Davis

Experience
Beginner (1-2 years)
Time
60 minutes/day
Good for
Gain Strength, Increase Stamina, Tone Body
Equipment
Bodyweight
Statistics
Average Cardio Intensity
20%
Average Exertion
30%
Description
Source: www.popworkouts.com

Here’s the most popular six pack abs workouts around. Complete with automated personal trainers and a stop clock. Once you have mastered this workout, move on to the Six Pack Abs workout: Level II.

Getting a six pack is about more than just doing crunches. Alternate the exercises you do. Also, make sure you contract your abs each rep, and not your neck. Becoming a pencil-neck is not your goal. Focus each rep, on breathing and contracting your abs in then out. Perform this ab exercise workout 3 times a week. After at least 2 weeks, think about moving on to a harder workout. You never want to be stuck doing the same workout for too long, or you’ll reach the dreaded plateau.

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Side Reach Crunch demonstrationPlay Side Reach Crunch demonstration
3 sets, 20 reps, (rest 60s)
Show Alternative Exercises
Bicycle Crunch demonstrationPlay Bicycle Crunch demonstration
3 sets, 20 reps, (rest 60s)
Show Alternative Exercises
Crunches
3 sets, 20 reps, (rest 60s)
Show Alternative Exercises
Lying Knee Raise (on floor) demonstrationPlay Lying Knee Raise (on floor) demonstration
3 sets, 20 reps, (rest 60s)
Show Alternative Exercises
Toe Touchers demonstrationPlay Toe Touchers demonstration
3 sets, 20 reps, (rest 60s)
Show Alternative Exercises
Double Crunch demonstrationPlay Double Crunch demonstration
3 sets, 20 reps, (rest 60s)
Show Alternative Exercises

Date Created: 1/1/2020, UTC


Last Updated: 9/12/2020, UTC

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