Lie on your back with legs straight up in the air above your hips, thighs squeezed together and knees locked. Extend your arms out to your sides with palms down for support.
Draw a small circle with your feet (about 12 inches in diameter) directly above your hips.
Continue the motion for a set number of repetitions or a set time period, alternating between drawing clockwise and counterclockwise circles.
This move builds strength and stabilization throughout the core, hips and legs. This simple lower body exercise will improve overall muscle tone throughout the hips, thighs, abdominals, and obliques. Itâ€™s a great way to target the lower abs without any gym equipment. This bodyweight training tool is a good addition to a lower body routine or a core routine that focuses on building control and functionality of those areas.