SECOND ROUND for today,As REQUESTED❤️❤️❤️I am gonna show you guys my BASIC abs workout targeting LOWER ABS, here are the 3 styles, that is for BEGINNERS and can be done anywhere😊😉. Since these are for BEGINNERS, no need to use any weight at the moment,just FOCUS on the RIGHT TECHNIQUE first👍👍👍😉.Do these ABS workout 3-4 sets, with 15-20 reps each style. Always keep your BACK FLAT!!! Remember to SQUEEZE the abs all the way during the workout, do not let it LOOSE. Focus on the LOWER ABS💪💪🔥.▶️▶️▶️for complete lower abs workout #instagood#tutorial#absworkout#beginner#lowerabs#legraises#flutterkick#gymaddict#fitnessjunkie#healthy#lifestyle#fitspo#fitfam#igfitness#fitspiration#fitness#motivation#workoutmotivation#fitstagram#sixpack#coreworkout #
Something i see done wrong and even coaches teaching wrong is leg/knee raises. Something to think about while training your abs is to achieve spinal flexion, not only hip flexion. The hip flexors are responsible for flexing your hips, so when you do knee raises and your legs are 90 degrees or parallel to the floor you're essentially engaging your hip flexors and not your spinal flexors so your not engaging your core to its full potential. Your spinal flexors are responsible for your abs, so when you flex your spine you're training your 'six pack' muscle. Try creating a C shape with your spine when performing any ab exercise. - - First video(wrong)- mostly using hip flexors and barely engaging any actual core. This could be bad for people that sit all day or drive long hours and already have tight hip flexors or anterior rotated pelvis potentially adding to your lower back pain. - - Second video(right)- rounding out my spine just slightly and engaging my actual core and abs to a much higher degree! Try it for yourself and feel the burn!