How to get a 6-pack abs: Tips and Workout


Bosu Ball Crunches

This exercise is really good to focus on really getting that range motion of opening up the abdomen as much as you can and closing up to get that squeeze.

Sit on the ball at the edge, where the top of the ball is right under your lower back. Lay down on your back and open your abdomen as much as you possibly can. When you crunch, make sure to keep your chin up.

Decline Oblique Crunches

Start with your hands behind your head and lean back far enough so that your abs are engaged. Then twist to each side. You can do this for about 30 or 45 seconds until you start to feel your abs burning, and do that for about 3 sets.

crunch incline

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