Bulletproof Abs: 9 Most Effective Ab Exercises for Beginners

In this article, I will be sharing 9 ab exercises for beginners that you can do anywhere.

High knee taps

Time: 45 Seconds
Rest: 15 Seconds

While doing this exercise, you have to make sure to regulate breathing. This will gonna be peace. After 20-30 seconds, your heart rate will go up and your body will start burning that extra fat. This first exercise is also like a warmup of your abs. And this will help you in the next hardcore exercises. It’s really gonna take a stronger effect because you get everything fired up.

Russian twists

Time: 45 Seconds 
Rest: 15 Seconds

Keep your legs up and straight. Lean back slightly, your body should look like L-like shape. Keep your core tight. Twist your torso, and touch one side then another side.

It will be difficult for beginners, you just don’t have to give up. Beginners can divide this exercise into sets. But try to do straight 45 seconds.

Eventually, you’re gonna get a lot better at this. The most important thing is to make sure that your form is on point and everything else will progress.

Leg Raises

Time: 45 Seconds 
Rest: 15 Seconds

Lay down on your back, hands should be down by your sides. Keep your neck relax. You have to keep your legs straight. Raise your legs up until your body is in an L-shape. While bringing them down, don’t let your feet touch the ground. This is the best exercise to build core while lying down.

Hip Raises

Time: 45 Seconds 
Rest: 15 Seconds

This exercise, the form is everything. Make your legs straight and tight together. You’re gonna bring them in and you’ll bring your body up. Remember, not to touch your feet to the ground while bringing down. Now, at this point, you will start feeling your abs.

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Flutter Kicks

Time: 45 Seconds 
Rest: 15 Seconds

Your core should be tight. Legs should be together and straight. Place your hands under the buts to support the lower back. Pass one foot under the other as shown. This is an excellent move for strengthening that core and also burning that fat. Personally, this is one of my favorites. This is one of those excellent moves that target that lower core. That’s normally the most hardest places to hit.

Plank Knees To Elbow

Time: 45 Seconds
Rest: 15 Seconds

Now, I am telling you the different angle and flex to target your abs. First, position yourself into a plank. Then bring your left knee to right elbow and repeat with another side of the leg. It is all about your control. Keep that core tight that whole time. Don’t ever loosen it. That’s the most important part.

Chair Sit Ups

Time: 45 Seconds 
Rest: 15 Seconds

From this position, you wanna keep your legs up so that way you’re automatically engaging that core. Keep your left hand on your right shoulder and the vice-versa. Activate that core and keep these feet up. This one is an ab-killer. Regulate that breathing. When you go up, try to go up. Try to touch the ceiling. You guys really want to reach for it.

Seated In & Outs

Time: 45 Seconds
Rest: 15 Seconds

Alright, so the next one we’re gonna go for is seated in and outs. Another different angle. We’re gonna go straight out, keep that core tense and bring and bring legs back in. Make sure to go all the way out, all the way in. The form is everything.

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Especially if there’s a lot of beginners, you want to start with perfect form because you’re gonna grow off of the perfect form. You start with sloppy form, you’re gonna grow off of that sloppy form. You don’t want that.

Stop if you want and take a break, but keep going. Don’t give up, no matter what. Alright, we’re gonna build that discipline. That’s also just as important as working out.

Jumping Jacks

Time: 45 Seconds 
Rest: 15 Seconds

This is gonna really finish off the job. Get us those six-pack abs coming in. So this is the last exercise, guys. Push it as hard as you can. This one, you don’t want to stop. You want to give this everything you’ve got, this last exercise. Build that discipline. That’s what first gonna allow you to go on that extra reps, go on that extra time. And eventually, your strength is gonna catch up with you. You’re gonna progress super quick. But, it’s all in the mindset.