Best 10 Minute Ab Workouts for Quick Yet Efficient Training


We are all well conscious that fatness can cause numerous health problems, but belly fat can also be very maddening and unattractive. Luckily, obtaining a flat stomach is no longer that tricky to achieve. We found this astonishing and extremely simple exercise that will help you dissolve your belly fat in just 4 weeks.

The greatest thing is that you no longer have to do an countless number of those repugnant crunches in order to attain flat belly. Even  the best strength experts established that this exercise is much more effectual than crunches. You will be astonished to hear what is the furtive of this exercise- breathing appropriately. Just have a look at this below.



We are all well conscious that fatness can cause numerous health problems, but belly fat can also be very maddening and unattractive. Luckily, obtaining a flat stomach is no longer that tricky to achieve. We found this astonishing and extremely simple exercise that will help you dissolve your belly fat in just 4 weeks.

The greatest thing is that you no longer have to do an countless number of those repugnant crunches in order to attain flat belly. Even  the best strength experts established that this exercise is much more effectual than crunches. You will be astonished to hear what is the furtive of this exercise- breathing appropriately. Just have a look at this below.

Flutter Kicks

1. Lie on your back with your hands by your sides or place them underneath your glutes.
2. Alternate stacking your feet on top of each other.
3. Repeat until set is complete.

Maintain your abs and core engaged at all times and keep your lower back pressed against the floor. Breathe slowly and keep your chin off your chest, your head in a neutral position and your legs straight.

Reaching Oblique Crunch

1. Lie on your right side with your legs straight, feet off the floor and place your left hand behind the head.
2. Bend both knees, raise your torso and, as you squeeze the abs, try touching your left knee with your left elbow.
3. Straighten both legs, lower your torso back to the floor, repeat, then switch sides.

Keep your core engaged, back straight and start each rep with your shoulder on the mat. Breathe out as you bend your knees and lift your torso off the floor. Reach your elbow toward the knee and inhale as you lower your upper body and legs back to the starting position.



Pilates Side Hip Raises

Lie on your right side propped up on your right forearm, with your shoulders stacked over your elbow and your feet stacked on top of each other. Lift your hips until your body makes a straight line from head to heels. Place your left hand on your hip.
Slowly lower your right hip, gently tapping it on the floor.
Reverse the move, returning to starting position.
Repeat until all reps are complete, then switch sides, performing equal reps on each.

Russina Twist

1. Lie down with your legs bent at the knees.
2. Elevate your upper body so that it creates a V shape with your thighs.
3. Twist your torso to the right, and then reverse the motion, twisting it to the left.
4. Repeat this movement until set is complete.

Keep your back straight at all times and twist your torso only from the ribs up. If you’re a beginner, keep your heels on the floor and, if you’re more advanced, bring your legs up and cross them. Breathe out as you twist your torso

Toe-Touch Crunches

The toe-touch crunch builds on the double crunch, adding more engagement of your lower abs.

Lie on your back and lift your legs and arms up so they are extended toward the ceiling. Lift your upper back off the floor, reaching your hands toward your feet.
Lower your legs toward the floor while reaching your arms overhead, keeping your shoulders off the mat and lower back pressed into the mat.
Repeat the crunch motion to complete one rep.

Knee Tuck CRunches

1) Start seated on mat with arms behind you, hands on the mat and fingers facing your backside. Sit back on your hands and lift up your feet off the mat keeping the knees bent.

2) Keep abs tight and press your legs out long and lower back down slightly. You should feel your lower abdominals working, then push yourself back up and pull your knees in to return to your starting position.

Targets: core, back