6 Best Six-Pack Abs Workout at Home

#4. LOWER ABS: Reverse Crunch

UPPER ABS: Extended Leg Crunch

Starting Position:

Lie down with your legs extended and your arms bent behind your head.

The Exercise:

Exhale, and take two counts to lift your butt up just a couple of inches, pressing your heels toward the ceiling. Inhale, and take two counts to lower your butt back to the floor. Immediately continue with the second rep.

To increase intensity, you can add a lift in the shoulders or chest at the same time you lift your hips.

#3. LOWER ABS: Bent Knee Reverse Crunch

LOWER ABS: Bent Knee Reverse Crunch

Starting Position:

Lie down with your legs lifted and bent at a 90-degree angle, and your arms extended.

The Exercise:

Exhale, and take two counts to bring your knees in toward your chest, focusing on using the lower part of your abdominals to execute the movement. Inhale, and take two counts to return your legs to the starting position. Immediately continue with the second rep.

To increase intensity, you can add a lift in the shoulders or chest at the same time you bring your knees in.