Ab Exercises At Home: A Beginners Guide

Are you wanting to do some ab exercises at home? Then you are definitely surfing to the right spot...

But why even worry about the condition of your abs? It would be great if everyone had the time and money to join their local gym and work on achieving their goal of six pack abs. luckily, you can do home ab exercises at home and still work toward that goal.

Having strong abs isn’t just important for weight lifters or other athletes; everyone can benefit from having strong abs whether they’re interested in having six pack abs or not. For those who do want to see washboard abs when they look in the mirror after a shower, you’ll want to work at losing weight and reduce body fat to 6%.

How do you accomplish this?

Eat healthier meals and definitely up your cardio work. You have to get that body fat down if you want to see that six pack.

After you’ve reduced your weight and body fat you can begin to work on those six pack abs with some ab exercises at home.


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Ab Exercises at Home: Quick List

While there are lots (and I mean LOTS) of moves you can put on an ab exercises at home list, these are the most effective four, in my opinion.

Ab Exercises At Home: Crunch
Crunches are one kind of many home ab exercises you can do. Find a spot on the ceiling and imagine your head is connected to it with a pulley. When you raise your upper back, and only your upper back, off the floor you’ll move your head toward that spot. Leave the neck straight, the elbows out to the sides, your knees bent, and your feet and your lower back firmly planted on the floor.

Ab Exercises At Home: Bicycle
After doing that style of crunch, you can switch to doing bicycles. You’ll start out in similar position, but this time you’ll lift your left shoulder and bring your right knee to meet it. Reverse and do the motion again with the right elbow and left knee so you look like you’re riding a bicycle, hence the name. This is a great exercise to work the upper abs, lower abs, and obliques.

You don’t have to go to the gym to do hanging leg raises (not shown). Find any bar or pipe which is strong enough to support you and use it (I actually use hang under my deck stairs). Hold onto the bar or pipe and slowly raise your bent legs toward your chest for a count of two. Slowly lower the legs back down; using jerking motions could cause a back injury.

Ab Exercises At Home: Crunch on Ball
To get even more benefit from a crunch, get up off the floor. An exercise or stability ball can be used. With your feet firmly on the ground in front of you, sit on the ball and lower your back toward the ground. Place your hands behind your head and lift your shoulders toward the ceiling much the same way as with traditional crunches.

You don’t have to leave your house to work out your abs. In fact, doing these home ab exercises can be help you flatten your stomach and get the six pack abs you want. All you have to do now is check out the Truth About Abs to learn more about ab exercises at home and to finally achieve the look you want.

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