If we were to do a poll and ask men what the hardest body part to train is, we're confident most would say their lower abs. No one wants a pooch, and though there are tips and tricks for removing the stubborn excess bodyfat, you need a workout that'll complement those efforts. This is that workout. Below are four moves that should do the trick of polishing off your six-pack. Take 30 seconds of rest between exercises and repeat for 2 to 3 sets.
Reverse Crunch x 10
Lie on your back with your arms behind your head, your knees above your hips, and your knees fully flexed. Start by lifting your butt off the ground and then curl your knees toward your head. Return your legs to the starting position and repeat. Keep your knees fully flexed throughout and do not let your thighs go past your hips on the way down.
Deadbug x 10 each
Lie on your back and hold your arms and knees above your body. Extend your right arm and left leg simultaneously while exhaling. Switch sides and repeat. Keep your butt off the ground and lower-back flush on the floor for the entire exercise.
Hanging Alternating Leg Raises x 6 each
Grasp a chinup bar and keep your shoulder taut. Lift one knee as high as you can while driving the other leg downward and hold for five seconds. Switch sides and repeat.
TRX Prone Pikes x 10
Get into a pushup position with your feet in the TRX straps and tuck your pelvis. While keeping your knees straight, pull your hips as high as you can while dropping your head between your arms.