This intense exercise is performed as a circuit with no structured rest in between exercises, but your abs will bring all the girls to the yard once you’re done. Trust us.
During this workout, you will be working from the ground up, starting on the floor and finishing with hanging knee raises. As for the number of sessions per week, do as much as you feel you can, but make sure perform it every other day, which gives you the much needed 48 hours of recovery time between workouts.
Once in this position, rock back forward and explode up to a standing positioning.
Conventional “weighted sit ups” are performed with a dumbbell on your chest. You can also use a 10, 25, or 45 pound plate.
“Goblet squats” are also included here, even though this exercise is not normally a regular part of an abs workout.
The chart of the 10 minute abs circuit:
- Weighted Sit Ups – 10 reps
- Sit Up, Stand Up – 5 reps
- Hanging Knee Raises (Knees to Elbows) – 10 reps
- Goblet Squat – 10 reps
- Barbell or Ab Wheel Roll Outs – 10 reps
- Plank for 30 sec