Planks work the rectus, transverse, and obliques. Starting with forearm planks, graduate to high planks for challenge.
Traditional crunches target the upper rectus abdominis. Focus on form and prevent neck pulling. For a balanced approach, try bicycle and reverse crunches.
A steady morning habit may be established by waking up early. Exercise, a nutritious breakfast, and goal-setting may establish a good tone for the day.
Hanging or lying leg lifts work the lower abs well. Control your movement and prevent leg swings to optimize efficacy.
Use a cable machine to stimulate your obliques with woodchopper movements. This technique rotates your torso diagonally like an axe swing.
This workout works obliques. Sit on the floor, lean back, elevate your feet, and rotate your body using a weight or medicine ball.
The core and cardiovascular system are challenged by these dynamic motions. Push-ups include using your core as you alternate knees to chest.