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Workouts for upper abs

There are few more stubborn areas for women than the abs, but luckily for you, we have a solution! This workout will target your upper and lower abs as well as your obliques, a total core workout. You’ll see results as you blast fat and expose that six-pack, and you’ll reap the added benefit of stabilizing your spine.

Your core is made up of three layers. The deep or innermost layer is made up of small muscles that span a single vertebrae, the middle layer consists of muscle that encompass the lower area of the spine, providing stabilization, and the outermost layer consists of powerful, large muscles that are primarily responsible for generating force, and thus movement. This workout will challenge all layers of your core for a thorough and complete workout that prevents injury, creates the defined look you’re after, and enables you to have a strong mid-section to build the rest of your workouts upon!

Exercises:

1. Leg Raise – Lower Abs
2. Hip Lift – Lower Abs
3. Side Plank Left Side – Obliques
4. Side Plank Right Side – Obliques
5. Plank Pike – Upper Abs
6. Crunches – Upper Abs

Leg Raise – Lower Abs

Hip Lift – Lower Abs

Side Planks (Left and Right Side) – Obliques

Source: skinnyms.com


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ABDOMETER WORKOUT, exercises for your upper and lower abs
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Body Sculpting Workout: For upper body & abs

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