💥HOT 3 SIX PACK WORKOUT

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🔥HOT 3 SIX PACK WORKOUT

🔥Side dip + crunch

Side dip + crunch x 15 each side – DR (diastasis recti) & pregnancy friendly.

Side dip + crunch
Side dip + crunch

✳️ How to:

  • Lay down sideways on one arm (elbow), this is the starting position
  • Now we begin to raise the pelvis combining with Crunch.
  • Perform 3-4 approaches where there will be at least 20-25 deflections.
  • Rest will be no more than 15-20 seconds.

I also wanted to point out that it’s important to understand that diet plays a large part in those abs so I highly recommend you see a dietitian or nutritionist as well as getting an allergy test.

I was intolerant to olives, beef and wheat yet no idea why I was consistently bloated and actually in pain. The reason why my Pelvic Floor & Core Exercise Program is also highly important is to strengthen your deep core muscles which most ab exercises just can’t get to.

It acts like a piece of string drawing your core together nicely to achieve a flat stomach. And it’s especially important for all my mothers out their who suffer from diastasis recti (abdominal separation).

🔥 Elbow to knee kneeling crunch

Elbow to knee kneeling crunch x 15 each side (WOW WAS THIS A BURN) – NOT DR or pregnancy friendly.

Elbow to knee kneeling crunch
Elbow to knee kneeling crunch

✳️ How to: 

  • Stand on all fours, one hand behind the head of the other rests on the floor, the opposite leg is bent and raised above the floor is the starting position;
  • Now we begin to do twisting, stretch the free knee to the hand which is behind the head;
  • Perform 3-4 approaches where there will be at least 20-25 deflections;
  • Rest will be no more than 15-20 seconds.

🔥 Bug legs

Bug legs x 30 alternating sides (if your lower abs are switching off don’t extend your legs out as far) – DR friendly option is toe taps, no leg extension, NOT pregnancy friendly.

Bug legs
Bug legs

✳️ How to: 

  • Lie on your back, raise two hands in front of you, legs bent at the knees and also raised up, this is the starting position;
  • Start alternately lowering your legs and arms along the floor, it is important not to lay your foot on the floor but hold it in the air, lowering and raising alternately;
  • Perform 3-4 approaches where there will be at least 20-25 deflections;
  • Rest will be no more than 15-20 seconds.

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