You'll need a 3-foot-long scarf. This works your six-pack and your deep abs. Do two sets of 8 to 10 reps on each side.
The climb up. You'll need a 3-foot long scarf or towel. Start lying face up on the floor with the scarp wrapped around the ball of your foot, knees bent, you left foot on the floor. Pull both ends of the scarp together in hands. Extend your right leg keeping your foot flexed. Slowly lock both hands at the scarf as you lift your head and shoulders off the floor. Hold for a count of 2. Now, lower yourself back to your starting position, walking your hands down the scarf. You'll do 2 sets of 8 to 10 reps on each side. The climb up works your rectus abdominis, the muscles that give you a nice 6 pack and your transverse abdominis, your deep abs. Be sure to keep you head neutral. Don't tuck your chin or tilt back.
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