The abs is one of those body parts that require the right workout technique if you really want to see some changes. It's not gonna happen quick but if you put in the work regularly, then it eventually will.
We have created a list of all the Abs workout we can find and added them here to serve as a reference for you guys to look at.
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Crunch abs Workout
Lie on your back with your feet flat on the floor. Keep your knees together, bent at 90 degrees, and support your head using your hands. Lift your shoulders, squeeze your ab muscles and slowly return to the starting position.
Reverse Crunch abs Workout
Start in a traditional crunch position. Using your core, lift your hips and pull your knees toward your chest. Slowly lower them back down as low as you can without touching the floor and without arching your back.
Decline Reverse Crunch abs Workout
Lie on a decline bench, make sure both your hands are holding on to the bench. Hold your legs parallel to the floor using your abs to hold them while keeping your knees and feet together. Extend your legs, slightly bending your knees. Raise your hips and move your legs towards your torso so that your knees can touch your chest. Lower your legs back down at a slow controlled pace.
Long Arm Crunch abs Workout
Start in a traditional crunch. Instead of hands supporting your head, raise your arms over your head and clasp your hands together. Using your ab muscles, lift your shoulder blades off the ground, crunching your upper body upwards. Slowly lower down to the starting position.
Cross Crunch abs Workout
Lie flat on your back with your knees bent. Place your hands on either side of your head for support. Curl up and bring your right elbow and shoulder across your body while bringing your left knee in toward your left shoulder at the same time. Reach with your elbow and try to touch your knee. Switch sides.
Oblique Crunch abs Workout -
Lie on your right side with your legs lying on top of each other, slightly bending your knees. Place your left hand behind your hand. Crunch as high as you can and then slowly drop back down.
High Plank abs Workout
Lie face down in a push-up position. Make sure your head is in line with your back. Your body should make a straight line from your heels to the top of your head. Engage your glutes and draw your navel toward your spine. Hold this position for as long as you can.
Elbow Plank abs Workout
Start in a traditional plank but with your forearms on the ground, palms facing down, and with elbows aligned below your shoulders. Hold for as long as you can.
Lie on your right side with your legs stacked on top of one another. Hold yourself straight up using your right hand or elbow. You can put your left hand on your hip or extend it toward the ceiling. Hold for as long as you can.
Start in a push-up position. Form a star shape with your body by moving to distance your arms and feet apart as wide as possible while maintaining a straight position. Engage your core and hold for as long as you can.
Start in a high plank. Lower down your elbows one at a time while keeping the body and legs in a straight line. From this position, press the hands into the floor one at a time to return to high plank position.
Start in a high or elbow plank. Keeping your core engaged, jump your feet out and in (like when doing jumping jacks). Do as many times as you can.
Knee to Elbow Plank
Begin in a high plank position. Bring your right knee to touch the right elbow and go back to high plank position. Repeat with the left knee and left elbow.
Begin in a crunch position. Using your abs, bring your upper body up towards your knees. Make sure your head is always looking straight and not being pulled forward.
Lie faceup with arms extended over your head and legs extended, resting on the floor. Keep abs tight as you simultaneously lift hands and feet to meet over the torso. Lower your arms and legs back to the floor.
Lie on your back with your legs and feet together. Lift your legs all the way up to the ceiling until your butt is lifted off the floor. Slowly lower them back down until they're just slightly above the ground, and then raise them again. Do as many as you can.
Hanging Leg Raise
Hang from a chin-up bar with both arms completely extended. Make sure your body is straight. Raise your legs until the torso is at a 90-degree angle with the legs. You can bend your knee or keep it straight when raised. Hold for a second or two. Slowly lower your legs down.
Lie down with your back flat on the ground. You can place at hands on your side or underneath your glutes for back support. Extend your legs while slightly bending your knee. Lift your leg up to about a 45-degree angle and alternate crossing your feet on top of each other.
Lie on your back, facing up. Place your hands at your side or underneath your glutes. Lift your legs off the ground until you feel the contraction on your abs. Raise one leg higher, then switch. Make small, rapid fluttering, up and down motions.
Start by sitting on the floor with bended knees and feet flat on the ground. Lean back so your upper body is about a 90-degree angle and keep your back straight all throughout. Clasp your hands in front of your chest then lift your feet off the ground so that your body creates like a V-shape. Twist your torso and rotate your arms all the way over to one side and then to do the other side.
Standing Knee to Elbow
Stand with your feet shoulder width apart. Place your hands behind your head. Bring your knees up while simultaneously twisting your shoulder until your elbow is touching your opposite knee. Go back to standing position and alternate sides.
Lie flat on your back with your hands behind your head. Lift your knees off the floor towards your chest and lift your shoulder blades without pulling on your neck. Try to touch your right elbow with your left knee while extending the right leg straight. Do the opposite side by trying to touch your left elbow with your right knee. Make sure your rib cage is moving and not just your elbows.
Start with your back flat on the ground and hands on your side or underneath your glutes. Raise your legs until it is at a 90-degree angle with your torso and bend your knees at a 90-degree angle too. Point your toes and lower one foot until your toes touch the ground. Raise it back up and quickly tap your other toe.
Lie down on the floor with your back flat on the ground. Slowly lift your legs up, with slightly bended knee, until it is almost perpendicular to the floor. Extend your arms above your shoulder then slowly lift your torso and use your hands to try and touch your toes. Slowly lower your torso back down. Make sure your arms are straight out pointing toward your toes and you engage your abs.
Lie flat on your back with your knees bent at about 90-degree angle and your feet about shoulder-width apart. Extend your arms on your side. Bring your upper body slightly up and using your hand, touch your heel. Hold this position for a second and repeat on the other side.
Begin with your body lying face down. Extend your arms in front of you with your feet about hip-width apart. Simultaneously raise your arms, legs, chest off of the floor and hold for about 2 seconds. Slowly lower your arms, legs, and chest back down.
Start with kneeling on the floor. Your knees and feet hip-width apart, your hands extended directly under your shoulders. Engaging your core, reach your right arm forward and left leg back while keeping your back and pelvis still. Hold this position for about 2 seconds then return your hands and knee to the floor. Repeat on the other side.
Down Dog Abs
Begin with your body facing down in like an inverted V-position. Your hands, head, and back should be in line with one another, so as your lower body. Squeezing the glute, extend one of your legs up as high as possible. Then bring your knee as close to your face as possible. Bring it back to the ground and do the other side.
Start by standing on one knee with the other leg lifted to 90 degrees and bending your knees. Bend your torso forward while reaching your arms overhead extending the lifted leg behind you so they are parallel with the floor. Hold for about 5 seconds and then come back to standing position. Do the other arm and leg.
Begin by sitting on the floor or at the edge of a sturdy equipment or furniture and place your hands on the edge. Engaging your core, bring your toes slightly above the ground and lift your butt off of it. Use hands for support. Hold this position for as long as you can.
Start lying on your back. Lift your knees and bend at a 90-degree angle. Lift your head, neck, and shoulder off the ground and keep your chin down. Extend your legs and lower as far as possible without touching the ground. Extend your arms just a few inches off the floor. Once you're ready, quickly pump your arms up and down while taking five short breaths in and five short breaths out.
Lie on your right side and stack your left leg over your right leg. Clasp your left hand behind your head, with your elbow flared out, and place your other hand wherever it is comfortable. Simultaneously bring your torso and left leg towards each other and squeeze for a moment before returning to the starting position. Do as many as you can before you repeat it on the left side.
Start in a high plank position. Engaging your core, pull your right knee towards your chest, as far as you can. Bring it back to the starting position and bring the left knee in. Do this in a quick but controlled motion.
Lie on your back and extend your legs to the ceiling at a 90-degree angle. Extend your arms straight out to your sides. Keep your legs straight together and rotate them to one side until they are a few inches above the ground. Rotate to the other side.
Half Windshield Wipers
Lie on your back with your arms extended to your sides. Lift your legs and bend your knees at a 90-degree angle. Using your hips, rotate your legs and knees to one side until they are a few inches above the ground. Rotate to the other side.
Begin with lying on your back with your arms extended on your sides or underneath your tailbone. Extend your legs towards the ceiling at a 90-degree angle. Keeping your legs straight together, lift your hips and hold for a second or two. Lower your hips into the starting position.
Plank Hip Twist
Start in an elbow plank. Using your abs, twist your left hip until it's slightly off the ground and then bring it back to plank position. Repeat it on the right side.
Plank Crunches/Spiderman Plank
Start in a high plank position. Lift your right foot off the ground and pull your right knee to your right elbow. Extend your right leg back to the starting position and repeat on the left side.
Side Plank Crunches
Begin in a left side plank position. Keeping your body stable and in a straight line, bring your right leg toward your shoulder so that your right knee and right elbow will touch. Extend your leg back to the starting position. Do as many as you can on this side and switch to the other side.
Start in a left elbow side plank position. Place your right hand on your hips or extend it toward the ceiling. Bring your pelvis down to the floor while keeping your body stable and lift it back up. Hold for about 3 seconds and lower your pelvis back down.
Start in an elbow plank position but with your forearms perpendicular to your body instead of parallel. Roll to your left forearm and into a left side elbow plank then roll back to the starting position. Repeat on your right side.
Hollow Hold - Lie on your back with your arms and legs extended. Lift your shoulder, neck, arms, and legs off the floor while your lower back is planted on the floor. Your upper torso will slightly crunch upward and your legs raised so that they are just slightly above the ground. Hold for as long as you can.
Start in a high plank position. Bring your right knee to your chest while you tap your right knee with your left hand. Return to the starting position and repeat on the other side.
Plank with Shoulder Tap
Start in a high plank. Alternately tap each hand to the opposite shoulder while keeping the hips as still as possible.
Swiss Ball Pike
Start in a high plank position with your pointed feet resting on top of a swiss ball. Bring your hips up toward the ceiling and your feet forward, rolling the ball. Keep your legs straight and just bend on your hips. Hold for a few seconds and roll back to the starting position.
Start on a pull-up or chin-up bar, hanging with your knees together. Flex your hips and draw your legs up. Raise your feet to the bar above you as close as you can. Slowly return to the starting position.
Hanging Oblique Knee Raise
Start by hanging on pull-up bars with your knees together and your body straight. Flex your hips and draw your legs up. Pull your knee up into a 90-degree angle with one side of your hip. Return to the starting position and do the other side.
Find a spot where you can slide your feet. You can use sliders, your sock, or a towel under your feet. Start in an elbow plank. Keeping your body in a straight line, slide your feet few inches forward and back. Repeat.
Knee-Up with Stability Ball
Start in a high plank position with your feet placed on a swiss ball. Using your hips and keeping your upper body as still and as straight as possible, pull the ball towards your chest, anchoring your feet and knee onto it. Slowly roll it back to the starting position.
Hold a dumbbell on each hand and start in a high plank position. Lift one dumbbell up towards the side of your body while keeping the rest of your body still. Hold for one second and slowly return to the starting position. Repeat on the other side.
Dumbbell Side Bend
Stand up straight, with your feet shoulder-width apart, holding a dumbbell on your left hand. Place your right hand wherever it is comfortable. Bend only at your waist to your left as far as possible. Hold for a second and then come back up. Keep the rest of your body still. Repeat the movement to your right side.
Swiss Ball Crunch
Lie on a swiss ball with your lower back pressed against the spherical surface of the ball. Your feet should be flat on the floor and your knees bent. Your upper torso must be hanging off the top of the ball. Keep your arms at the back of your head or crossed on top of your chest. Crunch by curling your upper body up while simultaneously curling your hips up towards your shoulder. Return to the starting position.
Start by holding on to the handles of the dip machine. Suspend yourself, keep your legs straight, and bring your feet up to waist height. Hold for a second and then lower back down.
Pull-up to Knee Raise
Start by grabbing on a pull-up bar. Pull your body up until your chin is above the bar. Hold this position and contracting your abs, raise your knees to your chest. Lower your knees and your body to the starting position.
Lie flat on your back with your legs straight and your hands by your sides. Take a deep breathe in. as you exhale, tighten and squeeze your abs, bringing your belly button down as much as you can. Hold for as long as you can. You should still be able to breathe but you're using your abs and tensing your mid-waist.