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    Smile 10 At-home Workouts to Get Six-pack Abs

    Abs workout 1: Unilateral powerhouse
    This one is great for targeting the deep core muscles and emphasizes good posture.

    Do three rounds of the following workout:

    20 Dumbbell Renegade Rows
    20 Single-Arm Dumbbell Overhead Press with a twist (each side)
    8 Split Squats (each side)
    30 Dumbbell Suitcase Walking Lunges (each side)
    8 Single-leg Squats with Dumbbell Lateral Raise (weight in hand of the working leg), each side
    15 Single-leg Deadlift with Upright Row (each side)
    Side plank with 15 dumbbell flyes, each side

    Abs workout 2: No-crunch workout
    There’s so much stabilizing going on here, your entire core will be burning way more than your abs do after a hundred crunches.

    Do three rounds of the following:

    20 Lying Bicycle Crunches with Overhead Dumbbell (hold the weight just off the ground, but don’t let it touch)
    10 Pushups
    1-minute Side Plank
    20 Supermans
    Side Plank with 15 Dumbbell Flyes (each side)
    Forearm Plank Series: Hold a plank for 15 seconds in each position:
    – Forearm plank
    – Right leg lifted
    – Left leg lifted
    – Right arm back to hip
    – Left arm back to hip
    – Right arm and left leg lifted
    – Left arm and right leg lifted
    – Forearm plank

    Abs workout 3: Cardio core shred
    Get your blood pumping (and the calories burning) with this high-energy workout.

    Do three rounds of the following circuit. Rest for one minute between sets:

    20 Skater Lunges
    20 Mountain Climbers
    20 Burpees
    20 Knee-to-Shoulder Knee-ins (alternating sides)
    1-minute Side Planks
    20 Knee-to-Opposite-Shoulder knee-ins

    Abs workout 4: Plank variations
    Because holding still in a simple forearm plank for an eternity is both boring and counterproductive, most people lose form after a minute, causing strain on their back. This routine keeps you moving so you keep seeing results sans the back pain. Bonus: No equipment needed.

    Do the following plank series twice, resting between series:

    15 Forearm Side Plank with “Thread the Needle” (curl top arm under and back up), each side
    10 Pushups to Straight-arm Side Plank
    1-minute Side Plank
    Forearm Planks with 20 Toe Taps (do all 20 with one foot then switch sides)
    Forearm Plank with 20 Side-to-Side Hip Dips
    20 Knee-to-Shoulder Knee-ins
    20 Knee-to-Opposite-Shoulder Knee-ins
    15 Forearm Side Plank with “Thread the Needle”

    Abs workout 5: Standing abs workout
    You don’t have to take all your core work lying down. Do three rounds of the following circuit:

    20 Dumbbell Chops (each side)
    Plank with 20 Knee-ins (do all on one side, hold last one for 5 breaths, then switch)
    8 Forward Lunges
    8 Single-leg Squats with Dumbbell Lateral Raise (weight on same side as working leg), each side
    12 Dumbbell Overhead Press (hold one weight in both hands by the bells), each side
    20 Dumbbell Swings (hold from one bell with both hands; swing like a kettlebell)

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