Your abs will be directly worked while you do sit-ups. Start out on your back with your knees bent. Your hands should be behind your head and your elbows should remain open.
Bring your head, upper back, and shoulders off the ground by engaging your core. Then, concentrate on bringing your chest to both knees.
For one second, hold this posture, then slowly lower your upper body to the floor. The lifting should be done by your core.
Instead of lowering to target your shoulders or back, you want to do so to appropriately target your core. For four sets of ten reps, perform this exercise.
Get on all fours to start the plank position. Straighten your legs back and maintain balance on your toes. For maximum advantage, make sure your core is engaged.
Spend 30 to 60 seconds in this position, then rest for 30 seconds. 3) Repetition. To increase your endurance and challenge your body, gradually add more time.
Standing with your feet hip-width apart, start this exercise. Put your hands on the ground and stoop. After that, hop back with both feet so that you're in a plank posture.
A pushup with both knees on the floor at this stage would be an extra benefit. If you choose to do this, raise your body a few inches off the floor while bending both elbows so that they point away from you.
Go back to a plank. Jump your feet up to your hands and then lift your upper torso back up to standing position.
Jump up towards the sky with both hands over your head in one swift motion. Assume the starting position when you touch down. Add three more sets of 10 to 15 repetitions.