You don’t want to move much but still work on your core? Check out these 5 best lazy abs exercises shared by coach Zach Zenios from Critical Bench.
Critical Bench is a website focused on health and strength that delivers many tips on how to get stronger, fitter and healthier. Their YouTube channel has more than 1 million subscribers.
Why are they considered lazy abs exercises? According to Zenios, you can do them “without even moving.” In other words, these core sculpting movements are isometrics
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But, if you landed on this page, there is a chance you are lazy and hoping to see your six-pack pop up after doing these exercises. Sadly, that is not what is going to happen.
It is important to know that, however hard you train your abs, you must have a relatively low body fat percentage to be able to see them. These advanced core exercises might give you the strength you need in your core, but if you still cannot see your abs, you need to work on losing body fat.
First, you must be in a caloric deficit. Check out how to shed fat and completely transform your body. While you are maintaining a caloric deficit, you can look for ways to pop your six-pack and this is where the best lazy abs exercises can help you with.
Best Lazy Abs Exercises
These are static hold exercises “in one position where you’re not moving and you’re going to feel that burn and you’re going to go for time,” Zenios explain.
The best lazy abs exercises in his opinion are:
- Low Boat
- Toe Reach
- Wiper Hold Left & Right
- Low Plank
- Side Plank Left & Right
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If you want to know about the best lazy abs exercises, how to perform them or more arguments for why they are amazing to sculpt six-pack abs, check out Zenios’ video below.
VIDEO – Best Lazy Abs Exercises
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