Working on the whole body will eliminate excess fat all around the body, and work specific muscles. When performing both of these together you see certain areas improve greatly.
There are so many people that make up excuses to not go to the gym, may go away for the weekend and don’t have the equipment they need, this workout will make sure you don’t have any excuses not to work out. Below is a 15-minute workout that will tighten your stomach and work on those abs.
Lie flat on the floor with the lower back pressed into the ground. Place your hands slightly either side of your head, do not lock your fingers or pull the head up. Lift your knees to a 45 degree angle. Slowly go through a bicycle pedal motion with the legs. Alternately touching your elbows to the opposite knee twisting back and forth through the core, keep the elbows back rather than forward to the chest as this could strain the neck
Lay down on your back keeping your feet together and close to the body (the knees bent outwards to the sides forming butterfly wings). Place your hands behind your head. Breathe out and lift your chest just a few inches off the ground towards your legs while keeping the back flat on the ground and the stomach muscles contracted.
Lie flat on your back with your knees slightly bent and legs fixed. Lock your hands together behind your head. Breathe out while elevating your upper body until it creates a V-shape with your thighs. Wait for a second, then lower your upper body back down, inhaling. This is one rep.
Lie on your back with your arms straight out to the sides. Lift your legs and bend the knees at a 90-degree angle. Rotate the hips to one side, without letting the legs touch the floor. Lift your legs and return to the starting position. Rotate the hips to the opposite side and repeat until set is complete
Begin in standard plank position. With your abs engaged, rotate your right shoulder and hip up toward the ceiling in one fluid movement, twisting your feet so that the inside of your right foot and the outside of your left foot rest on the floor. Extend your arm so that it’s pointing toward the ceiling. Return to the starting position.