We all love having a flat stomach and attractive-looking abs, but this is easier said than done. A nice six pack requires a lot of dedication and sacrifice – you need to eat a healthy diet and follow an effective workout plan in order to succeed. However, there are also exercises which can help without taking a lot of your free time.
Here’s how to perform them:
Go into a pushups position on the floor, resting your weight on your toes and hands only. Now, start bringing your legs one by one to your chest, and repeat the exercises as many times as you can.
Single leg drops
Lie on your back and spread your arms to the sides, then raise your legs and start dropping them one by one, but without touching the floor. Make sure to keep them straight as well, and repeat the exercise for 30 seconds or more.
Lie on your back and raise your legs straight up, then let your hands rest by the sides and put your legs down without touching the floor. Bring your knees to the chest, then repeat the exercise a few times more.
Stretch your legs and arms to the sides while lying on your back on the ground, then raise the arms over your head and try touching the opposing arm and leg. Continue doing the same for half a minute.
Lie down on the ground and raise your legs up, then swing them to the sides as close to the floor as you can without touching it. Do the windmills for half a minute.
Sit down on the floor and make sure your stomach is at 45 degrees, then bend your body and push it to the side. Do the exercise on the other side and repeat the process for half a minute.
Lie down on the ground and raise your legs up, but make sure you’re not raising your back from the floor. Kick the air with your legs, then repeat the procedure until your lower back muscles hurt.
Twofold leg circles
Lie on the ground and put your legs up, then start making circles in the air for 30 seconds before switching your leg.
Go down on the ground in a pushup position, then raise one of your legs and twist the knee at 90 degrees. Now, straighten up your back and hold the position for 15-20 seconds, then switch legs and repeat the process.
Here’s a video which details the exercises: