8 At-Home Abs Workouts to Get Six-pack Abs Without Go to the Gym

When we finally get a 6-pack, we should enjoy it and not worry about it looking uneven, as ab muscles come in many shapes and sizes. But to know what ours are like, they have to be revealed through a lot of work, consistency, and the right exercises that help us achieve that goal.

We wants to show you a quick 10 minute workout that will definitely help you get through it, but it will be worth it! And as a bonus at the end of the article, you can find additional information to help you in this endeavor.

Abs Workouts to Get Six-pack Abs

8. Bicycle Crunch Leg Drops

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Start by getting into a bicycle crunch position, but instead of moving your body, raise and lower your extended leg for 50 seconds.

The main muscles that work in the compression of the bicycle are the abs, hips, and obliques. And putting your leg up will help you work your lower abs as well.

After you’re done, take a 10-second break before moving on to exercise 2.

7. Plank

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Love it or not, the plank is one of the best abs exercises out there. If you want to go one step further, try alternately flexing your legs.

This exercise works your abs, lower abs, and as a bonus, the back, hips, legs, shoulders, and chest.

Do this for 50 seconds and rest for 10 seconds.

6. V-ups

Start by lying on your back, on the floor and pulling your legs and upper torso upward while doing your best to touch your toes. V-ups work your abs and your internal and external obliques.

Repeat this for 50 seconds and then take a 10 second break.

5. Leg Raises

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Raising your legs is another great exercise to strengthen your core. They work your abs and obliques. Start by lying down flat on the ground and raise your legs to almost 90 degrees.

Do this for 50 seconds and then rest for 10 seconds.

4. Reverse Plank With Leg Raises

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The reverse plank with additional leg raise will work your abs and obliques. Start in the reverse position of the plank and lift your legs alternately.

Do this for 50 seconds and rest for 10.

3. Side Oblique Crunches

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Side oblique crunches are a great way to train your obliques. The more challenging version of the exercise begins in a side plank position.

From there, place your hand behind your head and crunch your body sideways. When you push your head down, your torso goes up, and when you pull your head up, your torso goes down.

Do this for 50 seconds and rest for 10 seconds.

2. Single Leg Drops

Single leg drops another great way to work your core, and as a bonus, it also works your hips and quads. Lie on the floor, lift your legs, as if you are doing leg lifts regularly, and begin to drop them alternately.

Do this for 50 seconds and rest for 10 seconds.

1. Circle Crunches

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Circle crunches are one of our favorite abdominal exercises, as they work your abs, lower abs, and obliques. To do this, start like any normal crunch, but instead of going back down after turning your body to one side, immediately turn to the other and only then return to the floor.

Do this for 50 seconds and then rest for 10 seconds.

Bonus: Abs are made in the gym as well as the kitchen.

The key to getting a 6-pack is, of course, exercising. Training your abs muscles 2 or 3 times a week will be of great help, but you cannot forget your diet.

What you eat is important and if you eat healthy and properly, it will help you achieve your goals much faster. And these are some of the best foods to eat for defined abs:

  • Whole grains
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Nuts and seeds
  • Fat fish
  • Vegetables

Do you want to try this workout? Also, what are your favorite abs exercises? Share them with the rest of our community, who are willing to try.

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