7 Core Calisthenics Moves for Getting Visible Abs

The Forearm Plank is a potent exercise for core stabilization, engaging multiple muscle groups simultaneously. It primarily targets the rectus abdominis, obliques, and transverse abdominis

 Forearm Plank

The Hollow Body Crunch targets the entire core, with a particular emphasis on the deep abdominal muscles. 

Hollow Body Crunch

Hanging Knee Raises primarily work the rectus abdominis and hip flexors, but they also engage the obliques. This exercise is excellent for developing core strength and improving muscular definition.

Hanging Knee Raises

The L-sit is a highly challenging exercise that targets the core, specifically the rectus abdominis, obliques, and hip flexors.

Calisthenic L-sit

The Ab V-Hold, also known as the V-Sit, targets the entire abdominal region, including the rectus abdominis and obliques. It is an excellent exercise for improving core stability and enhancing balance.

 Ab V-Hold

The Butterfly Crunch targets the core muscles, specifically the rectus abdominis and obliques. It also engages the hip flexors and improves flexibility in the hips and lower back.

 Butterfly Crunch

The Half-Kneeling Wood Chop is an excellent exercise for enhancing rotational strength and improving core stability. It specifically targets the obliques, rectus abdominis, and transverse abdominis, which are crucial for rotational movements and overall core function

 Half-Kneeling Wood Chop

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