The fact that you don’t own gym equipment or can’t go to the gym doesn’t mean that you can’t have a six-pack abs. The key thing is to use your body to its maximum potential. Of course, it also needs a lot of hard work and persistence.
By following the right training, you can burn calories, tone your abs and increase your metabolic rate. Below are exercises you can do to get a six-pack abs without going to the gym.
Step outside your home and run sprint. You can start with a light 5-10 minutes jog to warm up your body, and then continue to run as fast as you can for 20 seconds. Rest for 40 seconds, then sprint again for 20 seconds. Follow this pattern for 20 minutes and finish with 5 to 10 minute cool down.
Jack Knife Sit Ups
Lie on the floor with your arms above your head and your legs stretched out. Lift up your arms and legs simultaneously towards the ceiling until your fingers almost touch your toes. Wait for a few seconds and return back to the starting position. Repeat it 12 to 15 times at a stretch which makes 1 set. Do 2 to 3 sets.
Full Sit-up Crunch
Lie flat on the ground and flex your knee and hip joint. Keep your feet firmly on the ground. Hold both the arm over the chest, and bend your upper body close to knee joint as much as possible. Don’t lift your feet. Repeat the exercise 10 times.
Abdominal V Crunch
Lie on your back over the mattress or on the floor. Fold and rest the hand over the front of the chest. Flex upper body and lower leg together. Hold the knee with hand and immediately let it go. Straighten the upper body and lower leg while using abdominal muscles. Repeat the exercise 10 times.
Lie on your back and hold the arm behind the head while legs laid flat on the ground. Bend your lower leg at knee and hip. Bring the knee joint towards the abdomen as much as possible. Keep the upper body straight against the ground, and then bring the knee in resting position. Repeat the exercise 10 times.
Vertical Leg Crunch
Lie on your back and hold the hand behind the head. Flex the lower leg slowly using abdominal muscles at hip keeping knee joint extended (straight) position. Lift your torso up towards your knees and be sure to keep your chin off your chest. Exhale as you contract your abdominal. Repeat the exercise 10 times.