Abs Workout for Women (beginners)

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Having a six-pack is a wish for many people. Even though it is hard to get there, everything can be accomplished with enough will and motivation. However, you will need the right diet and exercising routine.

In this article, we will cover several abs exercises that should push you on the right path. Be consistent and you will notice how that annoying belly fat is fading away.

V-Ups

Position yourself on the ground, laying on your back and stretch your arms and legs as much as possible. Keep them together and raise your legs and upper body together at the same time. Make sure to pull your abs inside and try to maintain the position for a few seconds. Go down and repeat the exercise again. In the beginning, try to do at least 10 repetitions per set.

Mountain Climber

Place your body facing downwards and put your hands on the ground and keep your legs straight with your toes on the floor. Start the exercise by bending your right knee toward your chest, get back in the starting position and do the same with your left leg. Same as with the other exercises, try to do 10 repetitions per set.

Russian Twist

Sit on the floor and place your feet together. Raise your torso and keep your arms in front of you. Start moving your body to the one side and maintain the position for a few seconds before going to the starting position. Do the same for the other side and make 10 repetitions per set.

Scissor Abs

This is a simple exercise, but it can help you form the lower part of your six-pack. Simply lay down on your back with your legs stretched in front of you. Lift your legs up and lift your upper body while moving your legs up and down, similar to a scissor. For successful results, do 20 repetitions for each leg per set.

Plank

This is one of the most effective exercises for your abs and core. Lay down facing your face downward. Lift yourself with your elbows and toes, keep your neck and whole body straight. Squeeze your abs as much as possible and hold the position as much as you can.

Toe Taps

Sit down with your back leaning down and your hands supporting your body near your hips. Bend your knees while lifting your legs and make sure to squeeze your abs. Start with one leg and bring it down until you touch the floor but try to maintain a 90 degrees angle. Get back in the starting position and do the same with the other leg. Try to do 10 repetitions for each leg per set.

Crunches

Position yourself on the floor, laying down on your back and bend your knees. Place your hands behind your head and lift yourself up while pulling the abs inside. Lift yourself until you look like you are sitting and after several seconds, go down. Repeat the process and make at least 10 repetitions per set.

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