Fed up with my abominable abdominals, I turned to lab docs for help in separating fact from flab. Here's what to know to lose the excuses — and the crunches.
Want to rid yourself of belly flab and get bikini-ready abs once and for all? Try these abs exercises and get the sexy stomach you've been dreaming about, no matter what your fitness level.
We squatted, thrusted, and crunched, crunched, crunched to bring you the best abdominal-toning exercises on FitnessMagazine.com.
Looking for a fast way to snap into shape? Get a flat stomach without resorting to boring sit-ups with this ab workout. And get firmer arms, butt, and thighs while you're at it too!
Trainer Robin Arzon from Peloton Cycle shows us four advanced ab exercises that turn up the intensity and go way beyond the basic crunch.
Feel the burn and sculpt a stronger core—without spending hours upon hours in the gym.
Up for a full-on ab assualt? The final week of our 30-Day Ab Challenge is the most challenging set of ab exercises yet. Go big, then go home.
You're halfway through our 30-Day Ab Challenge, and this week is all about firing up those obliques. Grab a mat and get ready to really sculpt your abs where you can see 'em.
You made it through week 1 of our 30-day ab challenge! Celebrate with this week's 3-minute core-crushing lower ab blast.
Gone are the days when we thought we could simply crunch our way to that coveted six-pack.
Abs: We all want 'em, but no one wants to sit there holding a plank for minutes on end. We've got you. In Week One of our ab challenge, you won't do any exercise for more than thirty seconds.
Carving killer abs doesn't need to kill your free time (and if it does, you need to master more efficient moves).
Pump up the volume on your favorite workout playlist, and boogie your way to a tighter core with these six dance moves that double as ab exercises.
These standing ab exercises will carve your core and engage your whole body (think about all the muscles working extra hard to keep your balance while standing). Get up and go.
These five awesome variations will take your plank routine (and abs, butt, and arms!) to the next level.
Research from the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse shows that the crunch activates the rectus abdominis and external obliques better than any other common core exercise.
If you've ever looked at a trainer and thought, "I. Want. Those. Abs.," then these are the moves for you.
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