#1 – Abs
Difficulty level1: This exercise is literally amazing. Plus, it is very easy to do and requires not much effort or strength. Above all, it is among the best for your abs and you should do it 10 to 15 times per each leg.
The number of sets depends on your own physical preparation level but generally, we recommend starting with 3 to 5 sets at this point.
Difficulty Level1: this exercise is also easy and free from any difficulty. To perform it correctly, you need to lay down on your back, lift your shoulders off the floor, and then cross your arms at your chest, cross your ankles, and don’t forget to lift your knees.
Good, once you do this, be ready to do it from 3 to 5 sets and repeat each one of them for 10 to 15 times. Good luck!
Difficulty level2: Alright, this one is only a little bit difficult but if you know how to do it properly, you’ll end up enjoying it! Are you ready? Well, lay down in your back and put your arms straight against the floor.
Good, now you can do the next step and which is lifting your lower body in a top position and stay like that for some couple of seconds. While you do so, make sure that your arms are on the floor.
For good results, it’s enough to do 3 to 5 sets and repeat each for 10 to 15 times. People who have back issues should better avoid the exercise!
DIFFICULTY LEVEL 3: Definitely, you have heard how beneficial is this exercise when done correctly. The good thing about this plank exercise is that not only it is beneficial for your abs but for all your body.
As you can see in the picture, you can perform this exercise using your forearms or you can do it on your palms. No matter what way you choose to do it, make sure you stay in such a position for 1 minute and then relax!