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Published on: 06 Sep 2016 by stephan-lucas
Indeed there are so many differences
between men and women, and not everything can be categories in unisex
catalogue. And hence difference can also be set in the way one get or shed
weight and also different parameters are set in terms of exercising, but yet
also spots some similarities. But
regardless of such difference, exercises for abs can still be hard to do and might
take equal time to carve up flat stomach with the hint of standard abs muscle
lining as women doesn’t desire to have
sock solids, carved bulky abs like men wishes.
Though it is suggested to take physicians
help and consultation before actually going ahead and doing it as it can cause
many complications like back straining, pain, muscle cramp and distress, which
can cause pain and might just demoralized you for future time to work on abs. For
such possibly it is better to do warm up first and then work on abs. It is also
better to perform in step by step manner while keeping ideal posture and not
lose. Or else you can just make yourself more prone to cause injury and for
such possibility it is better to perform under gym trainer’s supervision. And
just in case if any complication happens, keep some suitable pain killer to
cope up until you seek physician checkup. And since such basic precautions are
taken let’s move to get the desired core muscles.
For Side abs
Just grab a kettle bell after a firm warm up with your left hand and stand with
your feet more than hip-width apart. Bring the weight next to your left shoulder,
and then press it overhead. The delightfully rotate your chest to the left and
look up at the kettle bell while you try to touch your right foot with your
right hand. Take a pause for a moment and then return to start, keeping your
left arm extended.
Swiss ball knife: though this exercise needed
a Swiss ball but you can also do it on any object that can lift you and keep
you on firm state. This core exercise works on Transverse Abdominals which is
referred to lower abs. And just simply get into a pushup position with your
arms straight and your shins resting on a stability ball. Then roll the ball
toward your chest by pulling it forward with your legs and feet. Then just take
a pause and then return to the starting position by lowering your hips as you
push the ball backward with your legs.
arm: It works
on rectus abdominals also referred as the "six-pack". Hold a kettle bell
in your right hand, place the top of your left hand on your lower back, and
stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Lower your torso until it's almost
parallel to the floor, keeping your back flat and knees slightly bent and letting
your right arm hang from your shoulder. Pull the weight to the side of your
chest without moving your torso take a pause, then lower the weight back to
start. Be careful with the movement as it can possibly put strain on back and
thus it is wise to start limited repetition and a good warm up.
like unsupported arms it also works on rectus abdominals and much effective in
keeping abs muscles intact and aligned. Rest your forearms on the ground and
legs extended behind you and delicately rotate your torso to the side while rolling
onto your left forearm and stacking your right foot on top of your left in a
left side plank. Hold in for one or two seconds and then return to start while hold
for one second then just repeats on the other side. Make sure you continue alternating
sides for 45 seconds.
Though there is much other exercise one
can do but for the beginners these easy to exercises can be a great starter to