Planks are excellent for engaging the entire core, including the deep transverse abdominis muscles. To do a plank, get into a push-up position, but with your weight resting on your forearms and toes.
Crunches are a classic core exercise that specifically targets your abdominal muscles. To perform a basic crunch, lie on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Place your hands behind your head or across your chest and lift your upper body off the ground, contracting your abdominal muscles.
Leg raises are effective for working the lower abdominal muscles. Lie on your back with your hands under your hips or by your sides. Lift your legs off the ground, keeping them straight or slightly bent at the knees.
This exercise engages both the upper and lower abdominal muscles while also working your obliques. To perform bicycle crunches, lie on your back with your hands behind your head. Lift your shoulders off the ground and bring your right elbow toward your left knee while extending your right leg.
Russian twists are a great exercise for working your obliques. Sit on the floor with your knees bent and your feet flat. Lean back slightly, keeping your back straight. Hold a weight or a medicine ball and twist your torso to one side, bringing the weight close to the ground.
Burpees are a full-body exercise that can help you burn calories and improve overall fitness, which contributes to fat loss. To perform a burpee, start in a standing position, then jump down into a plank position, do a push-up, jump your feet back to a squat position, and explosively jump up from the squat position.
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