There are many great ways to incorporate this standing abs workout into your day. You can either do it while watching TV, as an afternoon pick me up, or even on your rest day since it’s very low impact. None of these exercises require anything other than your body weight, and you’ll be done with this quick 10 minute standing abs workout before you know it.
You can even use this workout as a longer warm up, since you’ll be working your entire body. I love to do these type of exercises when I’ve been sitting too long in front of my computer and I feel like shaking out my body a little bit. Try doing this workout on your lunch break, it’s better and more effective than any cup of coffee you’d want. I’ve found myself do this routine while watching TV and it feels great because you’re multitasking. You’re doing your body and your mind a favor! It’s an awesome compromise. You don’t have to stop watching your show, and to be honest it made the workout go by much faster too!
I’ve made this workout more effective and fun by using the entire body and not just using isolating abs exercises such as a crunch. The best way to get a lean and toned stomach is by working out smart. This means you have to incorporate different types of workouts such as strength training, high intensity interval training (HIIT), cardio etc. Abs workouts alone won’t give you the stomach you’ve always dreamt of! When you incorporate all the above mentioned types of workouts then you’re making workouts like this one way more effective.
We have 5 different exercises to go through, each one done for 45 seconds with 10 seconds off. We’ll repeat all 5 exercises twice before we’re done with the whole routine.
- Reverse lunge + knee up
- Standing cross crunches
- Side half jack
- High knee twist
- Lunge crunch
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