Targeted Ab Interval Circuit - Challenge Your Abs! - WellBeing by Well.ca
Tired of crunches and sit ups? Try this targeted ab interval circuit to challenge your abs! Watch to learn how with the help of Julia Hamer, former pro athlete.
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Targeted Ab Interval Circuit – Challenge Your Abs!

Tired of crunches and sit ups? Try this targeted ab interval circuit the next time you want to challenge your abs! Watch to learn how to try it yourself with the help of Julia Hamer, former pro athlete and neuroscientist.

Interval Circuit Basics

Interval circuits, also known as interval training, is a group of different moderate- to high-intensity exercises with specific periods of rest. For this interval circuit, you will do 30 seconds of exercise, followed by 10 seconds of rest. You will repeat this “30 seconds on, 10 seconds off” 3 times over.

Workout Gear You’ll Need

There are a few different pieces of fitness equipment you’ll want to have before you start this exercise. Everything can be found at a gym, but if you invest in the equipment you can try this at home whenever you’d like!

  1. High Plank In & Outs: YogaJellies Cushioning Pads offer great support for your wrists (or knees!).
  2. Pilates Ball Crunches: This Mini Stability Ball helps keep you stable in this exercise.
  3. Russian Twists: The Mini Stability Ball is used in this exercise too! If you want extra support for your hips and waist area, opt for a cushier yoga mat like B MAT Strong or Manduka The Black Mat PRO.
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This article is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent diseases. We cannot provide medical advice or specific advice on products related to treatments of a disease or illness. You must consult with your professional health care provider before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, and before taking, varying the dosage of or ceasing to take any medication.

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