Click Here to Start Increasing Your Metabolism and Losing Weight


Weight Loss Abs Exercises

The best weight loss exercise is interval training. Combined with your diet, it will get you very close to six pack abs. But when you need to do extra abs exercises, the surprising fact is that you don't have to do sitings or crunches for a flat stomach.

I was recently doing abs training at a local YMCA ... and I saw an incredible kind of abdominal exercise. People do all sorts of winning things:

a) Get them 6 pack abs


b) protect their back from pain

They do crunches, side crunches, some things where they pass big balls between their hands and knees. All the time wasted. Even a situp (of course, this is done in the worst shape of the world - that person must have a sore neck today!).

Conventional thinking says we need to do a lot of sit-ups and crunches to get six packs of abs. But don't many people hate doing sit ups and crunches?

That's why I don't have this exercise in my home abdomen doing exercise plans. No exercise is required to get six pack abs.

Crunches are a great waste of your time. Small movements like these are either in terms of burning belly fat or teasing your abs. Every smart trainer knows that if you can do resistance exercises 50 times in a row, as you can with crunches, that there is little benefit to body composition.

Situp is a more difficult exercise, but like crunches, sitting hard in the back is low. Spinal flexion - when you bend your lower back - compresses the disc between your vertebrae and is actually the same mechanism that causes disc herniation. Therefore, both are unnecessary and risky steps. It's too risky for my taste.

Here are some alternatives to sit-ups and crunches. Three pairs of exercises for each level of fitness.

Beginner level

-> Plank
-> Side Plank

Middle level

-> Stability Ball Launch
-> Hanging Knee Raise

Step forward

-> Pull-ups with your knees
-> Hanging Legs

Don't sit around anymore. Use these abs exercises as a replacement to help you build six packs of abs safely.


No comments