The recipe for six-pack abs isn’t all that complicated: Crank out an abs workout, eat a nutrient-rich diet, and consume fewer late-night pizzas in a single sitting. The undisputed holy grail of men’s fitness is good for more than just an extra boost of confidence whenever you have cause to peel off your shirt.
Step 1 : Lie back on the decline bench. Position hands overhead. Knees are bent.
Step 2 : Raise your upper body upward while keeping your lower back on the bench. Hold for one second, then return to the starting position.
Hanging Leg Raises
Step 1 : While holding onto a chin-up bar raising an overhand grip, hang with your knees bent slightly.
Step 2 : Pull your hips up as you curl inward toward your chest using the muscles of your lower abs. Lift your knees as close to your chest as possible, rounding your lower back at the top. Then, pause, feel the contraction in your lower-abdominal muscles, and return to the position you began with.
Step 1 : While lying on your back, straighten your legs, raise your heels an inch off the floor, an place your hands by your sides.
Step 2 : Keeping your arms parallel to the floor lift your torso and legs. As you raise yourself, bend your knees and pull them up toward your chest.
Step 1 : Lie back on the floor. Position your hands on your head an feet on the floor.
Step 2 : Raise your upper body upward keeping your lower back on the floor. Hold for one second, then return to the starting position.
Step 1 : Lie down on the floor. Extend your legs straight. Position your hands behind your head.
Step 2 : For more an effective exercise you can raise your upper body upward. Hold for one second. Return to the starting position.
Step 1 : Lie on the floor with your toes and forearms on the ground. Keep your body straight an hold this position as long as you can.