Getting a six-pack is not easy. You need to follow a routine in order to develop and tone abdominal muscles. Consuming fewer pizzas alone will not do the job, and the process does not happen overnight. Let’s look at five exercises that will help you to have a six-pack. Incorporate two sets of each movement:
In order to do this, lie on the ground in the face-down position. Equip yourself in a forearm plank position. Your elbows should be aligned underneath your shoulders. Your forearms should be parallel to one another. Hold for 10 to 20 seconds per set.
Lay on the floor in face-up position. Bring your knees over your hips and bend at the knee so that your calf forms a 90-degree angle with your thigh. Simultaneously, lower your left arm above your head while straightening your right leg and sending it towards the floor. Pause and return to the starting position. Do 15 reps.
Bring your knees around your chest as if you are hugging them and form a cannonball position. Extend your legs and arms outwards, pressing your lower back to the floor. Hold this position for five seconds before curling up again. Do 5 reps.
Depress your shoulder blades and drive the elbows down. Pull your chin towards the bar and engage your lats. Then squeeze the abs and raise the legs to 90 degrees. Lower the legs and then slowly lower yourself back to the start position.
Stand with your feet hip-width apart. Hold a dumbbell in your right hand. Keep your palm facing inwards towards the torso. Keep your back straight and activate your core while you bend to the side. Do this only till the waist. Do 10-15 reps. This will also help your obliques.
Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Lift the barbell off the rig and place it on your shoulder evenly. Bend your knees and send your glutes back. Using your heels, return to the starting position. Do 8-10 reps.