- A strong core also helps in performing other exercises
- A strong core promotes healthy posture and balance
- Try this quick abs workout at home for a strong core
The journey to getting abs and a toned body is an uphill battle. Every fitness enthusiast knows the tremendous effort it takes to shed those extra pounds and build muscle. To make the strenuous journey easier for everyone is fitness trainer Yasmin Karachiwala, who has shared a series of videos on Instagram showing simple exercises to get tight abs. These exercises can be done at home and only require a set of dumbbells. Yasmin captioned the video: “Want to know my secret to a magical 5 minute abs workout? No gym? No time? No problem. This month I’m sharing with you my secret workout that’s fast but will set your abs on fire .”
Midweek Fitness Motivation: Try This Fast Abs Exercise
Yasmin suggests doing each exercise for a minute and repeating them when you have more time to spare. She said, “Do each exercise for a full minute, and voila, you’ll feel a burn in your abs in one round. If you want more and have the time, repeat it for 2 or 3 rounds.”
Yasmin also demonstrated modified low-intensity versions of the same exercises for those just beginning their fitness journey.
The exercises demonstrated in the video are as follows:
- Straight leg toe touches + leg down
- Bear Hold, Shoulder Tap + Knee Tap
- Seated Alt Leg Lift to Reverse Plank
- Side Plank Hip Dips
If you were looking for more spot training workout routines to add to your fitness regime, Yasmin had previously shared some high-intensity leg exercises. She demonstrated a short 5-minute workout routine along with a modified version of each exercise specifically to strengthen the legs and leg muscles. Click here to watch the video and read more about Yasmin Karachiwala’s high-intensity leg workout routine.
Add these powerful workout moves from Yasmin Karachiwala to your regular routine to burn those extra calories and get a fit and toned body.
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