10 Minute Abs Workout That Can Help You Get Flatter Belly

The process of starting to get back in shape after the holidays might be a little tough and sometimes our schedules are just too busy to visit the gym on a regular basis! That’s why we put together an easy, simple, and effective workout plan that targets the belly section.

The best part is you can do it from the comfort of your home and you’ll finish the workout session in a matter of minutes.

The trick is not how long of training would you have but how consistent are you. Much better to have a 10-minute workout routine a day, than a 2-hour workout at the gym once a week.

Let’s get the abs sweaty!

#1. Russian twists

  • First, sit on your butt with your knees bent and feet flat on the ground, your torso should be leaning back at a 45 angle to the floor.
  • Then hold a dumbbell with both hands and next lift your feet from the ground, crossing them at the ankles and balancing on your butt.
  • From this position, you need to twist your torso to the right and touch your dumbbell to the ground next to your body and then twist back over to the left touching the weight to the left side of your body.
  • You need to repeat back and forth, all while balancing with your legs and torso raised off of the ground.

#2. V-Ups

  • Position yourself by lying flat on the ground with your legs vertically up as if against a wall.
  • Hold this position and curving your back, try to extend so as to make your fingertips touch your toes.
  • Make sure your core is contracted while doing this move and you should feel an amazing burn in the abdominal region. Repeat until failure!

#3. Crunches

  • Lie down on the floor. Your back should be flat and your knees bent at an approximately 60-degree angle. Keeping your feet flat on the floor, cross your wrists over your chest. This is the starting position.
  • Bring your upper body up so that your shoulder blades are just off the floor and your body forms a C-shape. Exhale as you do so and hold the contraction for a second.
  • Slowly move down to the starting position. Exhale as you do so. Repeat for the desired number of reps.

#4. Corkscrew

  • Start lying on your back with hands under your head. Then you should lift your legs in the air.
  • Straighten the legs out, tilt your feet back, so the bottom of your feet is facing up, and touch your heels together.
  • After that, you need to rotate your feet to the right in a small circle. Make a pause and then repeat the exercise.

#5. Roll-ups

  • From a supine position, lying on your back, the knees are bent and pulled into the chest.
  • The arms are wrapped around the knees with the chin tucked in towards the sternum like a turtle going into its shell. The gaze is inward.
  • Roll up to a sitting position.
  • Roll back, holding your spine round.

#6. Toe Taps

  • Begin by laying level down finish the cushioning confronting upwards and then make beyond any doubt legs are bowed at the knees and feet are level on the ground.
  • Next, your hands ought to be the level at your sides, and then begin by getting your hamstrings, driving up your upper legs while flexing your center.
  • You need to try to keep your feet off of the ground while at the same time changing your feet to stun protection, so try not to cheat with your feet on the ground amid this activity.
  • This movement is finished once you can’t lift the leg any further, so this will typically occur because of your muscles being completely extended.

#7. Bicycles

  • You should lie back on the floor and bring your hands behind your head and then you need to bend your legs at an angle of approximately 45 degrees and bring your right knee to your chest while simultaneously straightening your left leg.
  • Next, you need to rotate your torso and bring your right elbow to your left knee and then repeat after switching to the other side. You need to perform 3 reps of 1 minute each.

Source: TFT