Fast Abdominal Exercises

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If you're in a hurry to get fit, these fast abdominal exercises will strengthen your abdomen in no time. Learn how to work your abs the quick, efficient way in this free video on abdominal fitness.

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Hi, this is Jason Morgan with Muscleworx Fitness in Carolina Beach, North Carolina. Today, I'm going to show you some fast abdominal exercises. There are certain abdominal exercises that are going to give you more bang for your buck so you can get a little bit more out of the workout at a little bit faster pace and get through the gym a little bit quicker. A couple of these exercises that will help you get more bang for your buck are the V up sit-up, which is performed by laying on a exercise mat. Bring your arms above your head extended out similar to a position that you would be if you were diving into a pool. Legs straight out in front of you. You are going to bring your fingertips towards your toes and your toes towards your fingertips. So as your body comes up off the mat you form the shape of the letter V. A stability ball jackknife is another ab exercise that's going to give you more results at a faster pace. Simply by utilizing more abdominal muscles at one time. We are going to start in a push-up type position with our feet elevated on the stability ball. Now make sure the stability ball is the right size for your height. You can find a height chart in most of your gyms by the ball area. What you want to do is put your feet up on the ball. Support yourself on your hands with your hands underneath your shoulders. Pull your knees towards your abdominal region and then extend the legs back out so that you are in a modified plank position. Please remember these tips are just to provide basic information. Always consult with your health care provider and a fitness consultant before beginning any diet or exercise program.

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