After doing leg, arm and neck & back stretches, today we’ll present 21 illustrations of chest, shoulders and abs stretching exercises, showing you exactly which muscle you are exercising. By demonstrating where on your body you should feel the highest tension, we hope to help you do the exercises properly. Most of us spend the …

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The Rock-Solid-Abs Workout - Abs Workout,The plank is one of the best exercises for a flat, toned stomach because it works all the muscles in your core, including the rectus abdominus

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7 Absolutely Working Exercise Tutorial To Tone Transverse Abdominal Muscles For Flat Stomach

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When we think about a flat belly we should think about the rectus abdominus, which is the muscle that creates the desired

When we think about a flat belly we should think about the rectus abdominus, which is the muscle that creates the desired

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How to engage your deepest abdominal muscles and avoid "the bread loaf" (hint: sucking in has totally atrophied these muscles, so you need to stop doing that first)

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Gone are the days when we thought we could simply crunch our way to that coveted six-pack. We know better—sculpting a whittled middle means calling into play all of your core muscles, from the rectus abdominus (AKA the six-pack) to the transverse abdominus to the internal and external obliques. This month, we're asking you to skip the sit-ups. Instead, let Tone House trainer Lauren Williams take you through a core-blasting series that not only nails each of your abdominal muscle groups, it…

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A crunchless ab workout for moms with Diastasis recti also known as (“abdominal separation”), is a condition where the right and left sides of the rectus abdominus (the muscle that makes up the front wall of the abdominals, also known as the “six-pack”) spreads apart at the body’s midline.

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See your lower abs faster with this workout. SCISSOR Target Muscles: rectus abdominis, transverse abdominis, obliques Set up: Lie on your back on a mat with your arms extended by your sides or tuck your hands beneath your lower back [A]. Action: Lift your feet off the floor and slowly open your legs [B], then cross your right ankle over the left; open and cross in the other direction for one rep. Do three sets of 20 reps on both sides or until failure.

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