7 Day Core
Every workout here is under 20 minutes, and meant to be done each day for a week. Begin with ten minute workouts, and work your way up to 20 minutes. Some of the workouts target every part of the core, while others pin point harder to get zones that will play a huge part in getting true strength, carve out, and connection for the abdominals. Most of the workouts require no props, but some use the small ball and a light dumbbell (3 lb.).
10 Minute Core with the Ball
10 minutes of core work using a small stability ball.
Flow through seated, lying flat and curled up in flexion to target the abdominals in all different directions and points of resistance to strengthen and carve out the transverse and rectus abdominals, as well as the obliques.
10 Minute Core 2
10 minutes of core work using nothing but bodyweight. This is a great workout to do if you are short on time, or to add in with any other workout to give your core that extra bit of attention. Try doing this routine 3 times per week for an entire month, and just wait to see some incredible changes.
10 Minute Core 1
Take just 10 minutes to effectively sculpt and strengthen the core muscles using nothing but bodyweight.
20 Minute Abs 1
This express workout strengthens and carves out the entire midsection with no props at all. Exercises move from the back, seated side, and plank to challenge the muscles in different directions and with different focuses to get great results.
20 Minute Abs 2
This 20 minute workout targets every part of the abdominals, building great strength and carving out the abs. No props are needed for this workout, just grab your mat! The routine flows at a fairly quick pace, so although it is all-levels, it is challenging and moves quickly!
20 Minute "Obliques for Weeks"
20 minutes of focused, bodyweight movements to strengthen and sculpt out the obliques, or corset muscles.
20 Minute Dumbbell Abs
20 minutes of pure core strengthening using one light dumbbell (we recommend a 3 lb. weight). These movements are very targeted, and work to strengthen, elongate and chisel the muscles.