Pretty fun, right?
I promise that if you do that puppy for a solid 4-5 minutes, your abs will be screaming at you!
It's not enough just to do that workout. You can't only do that workout a few times per week and
expect to see any results in losing stomach fat.
Don't get me wrong - it'll help...but not much.
This workout is meant to be part of a larger, overall full-body weight loss workout program.
The way I prefer to do something like this, and the way I train my clients here in my training studio,
is one of two ways and it depends upon your time available and fitness level.
First, warm-up for about 5-minutes with a big full-body warm-up to get the muscles and joints primed.
1A) Push-up w/Hand Raise - 10 reps
1B) Overhead DB Squat - 8 reps
1C) Bodyweight 1 1/2 Squat - 10 reps
1D) DB Rear Fly - 12 reps
1E) Jump Split Squat - 20 reps
Do that workout in a circuit format, completing as many circuits possible in 10-minutes (with the least
amount of rest possible), and then once you're finished with that, move on with the workout from the
video. Here's the rundown on that abs workout in case you didn't write it down...
2A) Butt Raise - 20 seconds on/10 seconds off
2B) Stability Ball Jack Knife - 20 seconds on/10 seconds off
Complete that circuit as many times possible in 4-5 minutes.
Then you're done!
The other way I like to do this workout is to do the abs workout FIRST, then do the 10-minute workout,
and then do the abs workout AGAIN - so it creates kind of a 10-minute workout sandwich :)
Doing it that way kind of pre-fatigues the abs, and then really exhausts them at the end. I have
a few other tricks for doing this style of workout as well, but that's another article for another day.
So what do you think?
Can you add this style of workout into your overall fat loss program?
Of course you can! It doesn't take much time, and yet this abs workout will help
you lose stomach fat...if you do it the way I lay it out.