Home Workout for Lower Abs: How to Work Out your Lower Abs

The lower abdominals are a trouble zone of stubborn fat for many people. The problem is, there is really no way to isolate the "lower abs", as the entire abdominal panel contracts together. A lot people will find that even as they are getting closer to their goal weight, that abdominal fat in this area doesn’t seem to want to budge. This is because spot reducing fat from any certain body part is not possible. Instead, a combination of regular cardio, strength training exercises, and an overall reduction in body fat percentage and increase in muscle content will help get rid of flabby areas. It takes a lot of consistent effort, but it can be done.

While it can be especially hard to target those last fatty deposits, these home workouts can help, particularly when combined with healthy eating.

Technically, we’ve all got a great set of abdominal muscles. Whether or not you can see those muscles is determined by how much fat you have sitting on top of them. Total body strength training, cardio, routines like the one above, living an active lifestyle, and eating a healthy diet are all key components to getting rid of unhealthy belly fat. When it comes to getting defined core muscles, you truly have to embrace all aspects of physical fitness and healthy eating in order to see any progress.



09/13/15 5:42am

How many repetitions do I do because I am a beginner at this lower body ab workout. In the section under-How to do this routine it states-do each exercise 15 times/do each routine 3 times. Do I do half of those exercises.

Karlo Garcia

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