A Hardcore Cardio and Strength Workout For Killer Abs

Combine cardio with core work to reap the flat-belly benefits of both types of sweat sessions in this quick, 20-minute workout. It alternates between jumping rope and standing ab exercise, so you can tone your belly while burning serious calories in just 20 minutes. We use one eight-pound dumbbell in this workout to increase the toning potential of each exercise. No weights? No problem. This workout will still be effective without them.

Learn the details of the strength-training moves below, then print this workout, and start jumping!

Low to High Woodchop

Squat and twist to hold the dumbbell on the outside of your left leg. Exhale and lift the weight diagonally across your body, ending twisted to the right with the dumbbell above your head. Pivot on your left foot as needed. Weighted Side Bend

Hold the dumbbell above your head, squeezing your ears with your upper arms to activate your core. Pull your abs to your spine and lengthen your spine as you bend slowly to the right. Return to standing upright, and then slowly to the left. Keep your pelvis still as you bend to the side. Kick Crunch

Exhale to engage the abs as you kick your right leg up, bringing your left hand to your right toes, doing a small crunch. Repeat on the other side. Rotate Row

Start in a shallow squat, holding the weight in your right hand. Pull your elbow back, squeezing your right shoulder blade toward your spine while you twist to the right. Do for 30 seconds, then switch sides. Overhead Circle

Stand with your feet slightly wider than your hips with your knees soft. Hold the dumbbell overhead with both hands. Keeping your abs pulled to the spine, circle the weight around your head starting to the left. Your ribs can move slightly, but your pelvis should stay still. After 30 seconds, reverse direction and circle to the right.Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography

A Hardcore Cardio and Strength Workout For Killer Abs

Combine cardio with core work to reap the flat-belly benefits of both types of sweat sessions in this quick| 20-minute workout. It alternates between jumping rope and standing ab exercise| so you can tone your belly while burning serious calories in just 20 minutes. We use one eight-pound dumbbell in this workout to increase the toning potential of each exercise. No weights? No problem. This workout will still be effective without them.

Learn the details of the strength-training moves below| then print this workout| and start jumping!

Low to High Woodchop

Squat and twist to hold the dumbbell on the outside of your left leg. Exhale and lift the weight diagonally across your body| ending twisted to the right with the dumbbell above your head. Pivot on your left foot as needed. Weighted Side Bend

Hold the dumbbell above your head| squeezing your ears with your upper arms to activate your core. Pull your abs to your spine and lengthen your spine as you bend slowly to the right. Return to standing upright| and then slowly to the left. Keep your pelvis still as you bend to the side. Kick Crunch

Exhale to engage the abs as you kick your right leg up| bringing your left hand to your right toes| doing a small crunch. Repeat on the other side. Rotate Row

Start in a shallow squat| holding the weight in your right hand. Pull your elbow back| squeezing your right shoulder blade toward your spine while you twist to the right. Do for 30 seconds| then switch sides. Overhead Circle

Stand with your feet slightly wider than your hips with your knees soft. Hold the dumbbell overhead with both hands. Keeping your abs pulled to the spine| circle the weight around your head starting to the left. Your ribs can move slightly| but your pelvis should stay still. After 30 seconds| reverse direction and circle to the right.Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography

Core-Carving Yoga Poses

Core-Carving Yoga Poses

It may be months before you’re slipping on a bathing suit again, but that doesn’t give you the green light to forget about your abs. Even under your baggy sweater, it’s still important to maintain a strong, toned core. It will not only prevent back pain, improve your balance and posture, and make running, skiing, and other sports feel easier, but you’ll also feel confident in and out of your clothes. Unroll that yoga mat and do these nine poses that’ll leave you so sore, it’ll hurt to laugh tomorrow.

| Warrior 3

Balancing on one leg really challenges your core! If you’re not using your abs to stabilize in this pose, you’ll likely tip over. Here’s how to find your inner warrior.

  • Stand with your feet together. Inhale as you extend your arms out wide in T position or straight overhead for a more advanced variation.
  • Exhale as you bend forward at your hips, lifting your right leg straight behind you coming into Warrior 3. Draw your navel toward your spine, and hold for five breaths. Then come to stand, lower your right leg, and repeat with the left leg lifted for another five.

| Camel

A classic backbend that increases spinal flexibility, Camel also works your core muscles and opens tight shoulders.

  • Stand on your shins with your knees hips-width distance apart.
  • Lean back, and place your hands on your heels, arching back and allowing the head to fall between the shoulder blades.
  • Continue to press the hips forward to engage the abs, thighs, and tush, enjoying this pose for five breaths.

| Dolphin Plank

Even yogis love elbow planks, but we call them something else. An elbow plank by any other name will still work your abs.

  • From Downward Facing Dog, inhale and shift your weight forward coming into plank position (top of a push-up). Exhale as you lower onto your forearms so that your shoulders are stacked directly above your elbows and your body is parallel with the floor.
  • Dolphin Plank is an intense pose, so if you can’t hold for five breaths, lower one or both knees to the floor.

| Balancing Star

This pose is a side plank on crack . . . in a good way. Your obliques will certainly feel the challenge while you balance in this starry pose.

  • Begin in Downward Facing Dog, and step both feet together. Move your right hand to the left about six inches so it’s at the upper center of your mat. Step your right foot forward two inches, and plant the sole of your right foot firmly on the mat, so your toes are pointing away from you. Inhale as you roll open to your right side, and lift your left hand off the mat. Raise your left leg up into the air.
  • Gaze at your lifted hand, and hold Balancing Star for five breaths. Keeping your core engaged will help you stay balanced. Repeat this pose on the other side.

| Crow

Arm balances require more than arm strength; they’re really about your core! Thinking of this as an ab exercise can help you hone in on the balance needed to maintain this pose.

  • Begin in a squat, placing your hands shoulder-width distance apart on the mat. Spread your fingers as wide as you can, creating a strong, stable base. Straighten your legs slightly, placing your knees as high up onto your triceps (back of your arms) as possible. Slowly shift weight into your palms and lift your feet off the ground.
  • Stay here for five breaths gazing at the floor in front of you.

| Boat

Boat pose is the go-to move for abs in yoga. It really challenges all four layers of your abdominals, similar to the Balance Point in Pilates. Get ready for some smooth sailing.

  • Sit on the floor with your legs in front of you. Bend your knees, and lift your legs off the floor, bringing your knees in toward your chest with your shins parallel to the floor. Sit up as tall as you can, and take a breath in as you slowly begin to straighten your legs. Your legs don’t need to be straight since the action of keeping your spine long and drawing your belly in is what works your abs here.
  • Hold Boat pose for five breaths.

| Intense East

Believe it or not, you’re totally working your abs even as you expose your belly to the sky. Pulling your low abs up and in while arching your spine makes this pose feel easier.

  • From a seated position with your legs extended straight out in front of you, place your hands behind your hips about six to eight inches, with your fingers pointing toward your toes. As you inhale, press into your hands and feet firmly, lifting your hips into the air. Lift them as high as you can so your spine is in a long line. Slowly release your head back, looking behind you, and open through your throat.
  • Stay here in Intense East pose for five deep breaths, then lower your hips to the floor.

| Eight Crooked Limbs Prep

The pose called Eight Crooked Limbs really works your upper body, but this prep pose for it is a killer move for your abs.

  • Sit on your bum with your legs straight in front of you. Bend your right knee, and hold your right foot with your left hand. Bring your right arm underneath your right leg, and use your left hand to help push your right knee as high as you can on top of your right tricep.
  • Plant your palms on the floor, and bend your right elbow slightly to keep your knee in place. Press into your palms firmly, engage your abs, and with an inhale, lift your hips off the floor. If it’s easy, lift your left leg off the ground, too. You’re sure to feel a burn in your belly after five breaths.

| Headstand B

Work your abs upside down in this Headstand variation.

  • Begin on your hands and knees. Lower your elbows to the floor and interlace your fingers, bringing your lowest pinkie in front of the other pinkie, forming a semicircle with your hands.
  • Place the back of your head against your palms, and the top of your head on the mat, so your skull is vertical with the floor. Once your head and forearms feel stable, straighten both legs and walk your feet toward your face as far as you can.
  • Shift your hips over your shoulders, and keep your elbows planted firmly on the mat. Lift both legs into the air, coming into Bound Headstand.
  • Stay in Headstand for five breaths, relaxing the jaw as well as the shoulders away from the ears. Take a breath in, and as you exhale, slowly lower both feet toward the mat so they are parallel with the floor. Hold here for another five breaths.
  • Inhale and then exhale to raise the legs back up into Headstand. Repeat four more times.

Core-Carving Yoga Poses

Core-Carving Yoga Poses

It may be months before you’re slipping on a bathing suit again| but that doesn’t give you the green light to forget about your abs. Even under your baggy sweater| it’s still important to maintain a strong| toned core. It will not only prevent back pain| improve your balance and posture| and make running| skiing| and other sports feel easier| but you’ll also feel confident in and out of your clothes. Unroll that yoga mat and do these nine poses that’ll leave you so sore| it’ll hurt to laugh tomorrow.

| Warrior 3

Balancing on one leg really challenges your core! If you’re not using your abs to stabilize in this pose| you’ll likely tip over. Here’s how to find your inner warrior.

  • Stand with your feet together. Inhale as you extend your arms out wide in T position or straight overhead for a more advanced variation.
  • Exhale as you bend forward at your hips| lifting your right leg straight behind you coming into Warrior 3. Draw your navel toward your spine| and hold for five breaths. Then come to stand| lower your right leg| and repeat with the left leg lifted for another five.

| Camel

A classic backbend that increases spinal flexibility| Camel also works your core muscles and opens tight shoulders.

  • Stand on your shins with your knees hips-width distance apart.
  • Lean back| and place your hands on your heels| arching back and allowing the head to fall between the shoulder blades.
  • Continue to press the hips forward to engage the abs| thighs| and tush| enjoying this pose for five breaths.

| Dolphin Plank

Even yogis love elbow planks| but we call them something else. An elbow plank by any other name will still work your abs.

  • From Downward Facing Dog| inhale and shift your weight forward coming into plank position (top of a push-up). Exhale as you lower onto your forearms so that your shoulders are stacked directly above your elbows and your body is parallel with the floor.
  • Dolphin Plank is an intense pose| so if you can’t hold for five breaths| lower one or both knees to the floor.

| Balancing Star

This pose is a side plank on crack . . . in a good way. Your obliques will certainly feel the challenge while you balance in this starry pose.

  • Begin in Downward Facing Dog| and step both feet together. Move your right hand to the left about six inches so it’s at the upper center of your mat. Step your right foot forward two inches| and plant the sole of your right foot firmly on the mat| so your toes are pointing away from you. Inhale as you roll open to your right side| and lift your left hand off the mat. Raise your left leg up into the air.
  • Gaze at your lifted hand| and hold Balancing Star for five breaths. Keeping your core engaged will help you stay balanced. Repeat this pose on the other side.

| Crow

Arm balances require more than arm strength; they’re really about your core! Thinking of this as an ab exercise can help you hone in on the balance needed to maintain this pose.

  • Begin in a squat| placing your hands shoulder-width distance apart on the mat. Spread your fingers as wide as you can| creating a strong| stable base. Straighten your legs slightly| placing your knees as high up onto your triceps (back of your arms) as possible. Slowly shift weight into your palms and lift your feet off the ground.
  • Stay here for five breaths gazing at the floor in front of you.

| Boat

Boat pose is the go-to move for abs in yoga. It really challenges all four layers of your abdominals| similar to the Balance Point in Pilates. Get ready for some smooth sailing.

  • Sit on the floor with your legs in front of you. Bend your knees| and lift your legs off the floor| bringing your knees in toward your chest with your shins parallel to the floor. Sit up as tall as you can| and take a breath in as you slowly begin to straighten your legs. Your legs don’t need to be straight since the action of keeping your spine long and drawing your belly in is what works your abs here.
  • Hold Boat pose for five breaths.

| Intense East

Believe it or not| you’re totally working your abs even as you expose your belly to the sky. Pulling your low abs up and in while arching your spine makes this pose feel easier.

  • From a seated position with your legs extended straight out in front of you| place your hands behind your hips about six to eight inches| with your fingers pointing toward your toes. As you inhale| press into your hands and feet firmly| lifting your hips into the air. Lift them as high as you can so your spine is in a long line. Slowly release your head back| looking behind you| and open through your throat.
  • Stay here in Intense East pose for five deep breaths| then lower your hips to the floor.

| Eight Crooked Limbs Prep

The pose called Eight Crooked Limbs really works your upper body| but this prep pose for it is a killer move for your abs.

  • Sit on your bum with your legs straight in front of you. Bend your right knee| and hold your right foot with your left hand. Bring your right arm underneath your right leg| and use your left hand to help push your right knee as high as you can on top of your right tricep.
  • Plant your palms on the floor| and bend your right elbow slightly to keep your knee in place. Press into your palms firmly| engage your abs| and with an inhale| lift your hips off the floor. If it’s easy| lift your left leg off the ground| too. You’re sure to feel a burn in your belly after five breaths.

| Headstand B

Work your abs upside down in this Headstand variation.

  • Begin on your hands and knees. Lower your elbows to the floor and interlace your fingers| bringing your lowest pinkie in front of the other pinkie| forming a semicircle with your hands.
  • Place the back of your head against your palms| and the top of your head on the mat| so your skull is vertical with the floor. Once your head and forearms feel stable| straighten both legs and walk your feet toward your face as far as you can.
  • Shift your hips over your shoulders| and keep your elbows planted firmly on the mat. Lift both legs into the air| coming into Bound Headstand.
  • Stay in Headstand for five breaths| relaxing the jaw as well as the shoulders away from the ears. Take a breath in| and as you exhale| slowly lower both feet toward the mat so they are parallel with the floor. Hold here for another five breaths.
  • Inhale and then exhale to raise the legs back up into Headstand. Repeat four more times.

A Printable Workout to Target Your Legs and Core in Just 20 Minutes

A Printable Workout to Target Your Legs and Core in Just 20 Minutes

It’s time to get specific and target a couple of body parts that rarely see the sun: the abs and glutes. This workout only takes about 20 minutes from warmup to cooldown| so it should be a breeze to fit into your day. In the first circuit we recommend using 10-pound weights| but these moves will still be effective with lighter weights or no weights at all. Here’s a printable version of the workout so you can do it just about anywhere.

Directions: After warming up with light cardio for three minutes| repeat each three-exercise circuit twice. Stretch for three minutes to cool down.

| Circuit One: Side Lunge to Curtsy Squat

Reps: 10 each side

  • Holding a 10-pound dumbbell at your chest| step your left leg wide to the left coming into a lateral lunge| bending your left knee. Keep your chest lifted and your weight in your left heel.
  • Push off with your left foot| and cross the left leg behind your right coming into a curtsy| bending both knees. This completes one rep.
  • Step out to the left returning to your side lunge; continue alternating between these two moves for a total of 10 reps. On the last rep hold the curtsy and pulse up and down in a one-inch range 10 times to work the glutes even more. Then repeat on the other side.

Combining these two moves will work your butt from multiple angles to help lift and sculpt your backside.

| Circuit One: Woodchop

Reps: 12 each side

  • Stand with your feet slightly wider than hip-width holding a 10-pound dumbbell.
  • Squat and twist to the right| bringing the weight to the outside of your right knee.
  • Exhale and twist to the left while raising your arms overhead| pivoting on your right foot. This completes one rep.
  • Do 12 reps on each side.

We love a full-body ab exercise for functional fitness| and this move works the entire middle of your body| firming the muffin-top area.

| Circuit One: Single-Leg Touch

Reps: 12 each side

  • Holding a 10-pound dumbbell in your right hand| stand on your left leg with your right foot lifted.
  • Keeping your back flat| bend your left knee while bending forward at your hips to lightly touch the dumbbell to the ground. Keep your right knee bent and your right leg close to your body.
  • Push through your left heel and return to the starting position to complete one rep; try to keep your right foot off the ground as you complete all your reps.
  • Do 12 reps each leg.

This exercise fires up your booty through a large range of motion while working your entire lower body too.

| Circuit Two: Sumo Squat Series

Reps: 10 squats| 10 pulses| 10 pulses knees back| 10 pulses with heel up

  • Begin in a wide stance with your legs turned out and your toes pointed outward. With your hands at your chest| perform 10 squats in this position| making sure your bent knees do not move beyond your toes.
  • Hold your last squat and slowly pulse up and down in a one-inch range 10 times.
  • Maintain your squat and press your knees slightly back 10 times feeling your glutes engage with each slow pulse back.
  • Still holding your squat lift your right heel| and pulse up and down in a one-inch range 10 times before switching sides.

Also known as a wide squat| this position targets the lower glutes as well as the inner thighs u2014 and that’s why we love it so.

| Circuit Two: Elbow Plank With Alternating Arm Reach

Reps: 20 reps| alternating sides

  • Start in an elbow plank with your palms facing up.
  • With your abs pulled toward your spine| reach your right arm forward keeping your torso as still as possible. Bring your elbow back to the mat. This completes one rep.
  • Repeat on the other side and continue alternating sides for 20 reps total.

Elbow planks work the entire front of the body| but adding the arm reach forces your abs to kick into high gear to stabilize your torso.

| Circuit Two: Crunchy Frog

Reps: 20

  • Begin sitting| balanced just behind your sits bones| rock back slightly to lift your feet off the floor; gently pull your knees to your chest.
  • Exhale| pull your navel to your spine| and lean back slightly as you open your arms to the sides and straighten your legs.
  • Inhale and return to the starting position to complete one rep.
  • Do 20 reps.

This exercise strengthens and tones the entire abdominal wall| and with a fun name| what’s not to love?

| Circuit Three: Half Banana

Reps: 20| alternating sides

  • Start lying on your back with your arms reaching toward the ceiling.
  • Exhale and roll up toward sitting while lifting your left leg up. Pause at the top and reach for your toes before rolling down slowly back to the mat. This completes one rep.
  • Repeat| lifting the right leg as you roll up toward sitting.
  • Continue alternating sides for a total of 20 reps.

Why do a whole banana when a half is just as good? This variation effectively works the abs but is still gentle on the lower back.

| Circuit Three: Donkey Kick Pulses Series

Reps: 30 pulses leg in parallel| 30 with knee out

  • Begin on all fours and lift your right leg off the floor until your knee is in line with your hip.
  • Flex your foot and squeeze your glute to raise your heel an inch toward the ceiling. Continue these small| concentrated pulses for 30 reps.
  • Open your right knee out to the side| keeping your foot flexed| and pulse your leg one inch to the left. You are not trying to lift the knee up| but try to keep it level as it moves behind you. You should feel your glutes firing away for all 30 pulses.
  • Repeat on the other side to complete a set.

Isolate the glutes from a couple of angles in this quick butt-sculpting series on all fours.

| Circuit Three: Pilates Swimming

Reps: 20| alternating sides

  • Lie on your stomach with your arms reaching overhead| pulling your abs away from the floor to protect and lengthen your lower back. Lift your legs| arms| and head off the mat.
  • Keeping your knees straight| lift your entire right leg and left arm a few inches away from the floor. As you lower your right leg and left arm| lift your left leg and right arm away from the mat to complete one rep.
  • Continue alternating sides in a slow controlled manner| keeping your torso stable| for a total of 20 reps.

Strengthening your back makes for a strong core and stunning posture. This move also targets the upper fibers of the glute max to give your butt a little extra shape.

| The Workout

Here’s a printable version of the workout so you can do it just about anywhere.

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A 5-Minute Ab Workout For Busy Mornings

A 5-Minute Ab Workout For Busy Mornings

Dedicate a handful of minutes a day to getting stronger and more defined abs. Perform each of the following exercises for one minute each. If you have 10 or 15 to spare for your future six-pack| then repeat this sequence two or three times.

| Number 1: Mountain Climbers

  • Start in a traditional push-up starting position u2014 shoulders over hands and weight on just your toes.
  • Bring your right foot forward| bending the knee and putting weight on the ball of your foot.
  • Switch legs| bringing the left knee forward while moving the right leg back. It feels a little like running in place in a plank position.
  • For an advanced variation to work your abs more| keep the ball of your foot off the floor as you bring the knee in toward your chest.
  • Quickly move through this exercise for as long as possible without taking a break u2014 at least 30 seconds! Take a quick breather if need be| but pick up again until one minute is up.

| Number 2: Plank With Side Step

  • Start on the floor| resting on your forearms and knees| and come up into a plank position. Contract your abs to prevent your booty from sticking up or sinking. Your spine should be parallel to the floor| your abs pulling toward the ceiling| and your feet should be close to hip-distance apart.
  • Once you’re in a strong elbow plank| step your left foot outward (about eight to 10 inches)| keeping your core engaged and strong. Step your left foot back to the starting position. Now| step your right foot outward before coming back to center. This counts as one rep.
  • Complete as many reps as possible for one minute.

| Number 3: Bicycle Crunches

  • Lie flat on the floor with your lower back pressed to the ground (pull your abs down to also target your deep abs). Put your hands behind your head.
  • Bring your knees in toward your chest| and lift your shoulder blades off the ground| but be sure not to pull on your neck.
  • Straighten your left leg out to about a 45-degree angle to the ground while turning your upper body to the left| bringing your left elbow toward the right knee. Make sure your rib cage is moving and not just your elbows.
  • Now switch sides and do the same motion on the other side to complete one rep (and to create the “pedaling”” motion).
  • Perform exercise for one minute.

| Number 4: Elbow Plank With Twist

  • Come into a side plank on your right side| with your feet stacked one on top of the other and your weight on your right elbow with your fingers reaching away from your body.
  • Place your left arm behind your head| and inhale to prepare.
  • Exhale and pull your navel to your spine to engage your deep abs| and rotate your left rib cage toward the floor. Stay there for a second| and deepen your abdominal connection| pulling your navel in toward your spine even more.
  • Return to starting position| repeat for 30 seconds| and then switch sides. Repeat series again until a minute is up.

| Number 5: Tabletop Lift

  • Start in a tabletop position. Your hands should be directly underneath your shoulders and your ankles underneath your knees.
  • On an exhale| lower your hips and straighten your legs so your hips are hovering above the floor. As you lower your hips and straighten your legs| your heels will rest on the ground. Flex your toes up toward the ceiling in order to engage your legs.
  • Hold for a complete breath| then inhale and push yourself back into first tabletop position. This counts as one rep.
  • Perform as many reps as possible| pivoting on your hands and heels| until one minute is up.

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An Intense 5-Minute Ab Workout You Can Do at Home

The real ab workout you haven’t tried yet¡ª FitnessWaking up early is linked to diabetes and heart disease ¡ª Real Simple6 eco-friendly gifts for the holidays ¡ª HealthTake the guilt out of being healthy ¡ª Women’s HealthA tortilla soup that’s perfect for busy days ¡ª Cooking LightA high-intensity kickboxing workout you can do at home ¡ª GreatistChrissy Teigen hits the gym ¡ª POPSUGAR CelebrityImage Source: Shutterstock