Firm Your Abs at the Office

How To Firm Your Abs at the Office!

Sitting all day at a desk will certainly take a toll on your body. Besides getting up every 20 minutes to walk around and stretch, and besides getting a morning work out or cardio session…. what else are you doing? What are you doing to strengthen your core? And more specifically, what are you doing to firm up your abs?

Let me share a few quick tips on how to firm up your abs throughout your work day. These are exercises you can do at the office, at home, at the gym, or in your living room. And you can start by doing these for only ten minutes per day. As you get better and stronger, you might want to increase your repetitions  — just don’t over do it!

If you will take ten minutes, and do these for six weeks straight…. I guarantee that you will see results. So make the time and try it!!

 

Exercise #1: With your torso straight, sit on a high-back sturdy chair. Place your arms behind you, supporting your lower body. Now extend your legs and point your toes. Hold for 5-10 seconds. Slowly bring your legs up to your chest, squeezing your abs and buttocks. Hold for 5-10 seconds. Repeat the set 5 to 10 times each day.

Exercise #2: Lay flat on your back, lock your hands behind your head. With your knees bent and slightly slightly apart, slowly raise your upper body towards your knees. Hold for three to four seconds then slowly return to the starting position – no jerking. Start with 2 sets of 10 reps, each day.

Exercise #3: Lay flat on your back, with knees bent and slightly apart. With arms extended, slowly raise your upper body towards your knees. Reach as far as you can. Hold for three to four seconds then slowly return to your starting position. Start with 2 sets of 10 reps, each day.

 

Do these every day for 6 weeks…… just do it!

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This entry was posted on December 7th, 2011 at 3:47 pm

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