Workout Routines

The 4-move workout routine to train your lower abs

You know you want them to show. Here's how to make it happen.

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Hanging Leg Raises
James Michelfelder
James Michelfelder
Duration 20
Exercises 4
Equipment Yes

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.

There are two reasons for that. First, you'll need to burn off belly fat—and belly fat is typically the most stubborn of all.

Second, you'll need to sculpt the tough-to-reach section of your rectus abdominus. Technically, your abs are all one muscle, but with the right targeted workout, you can hit the tough-to-train lower section.

This is that workout. Below are four moves that polish off your six-pack. Take 30 seconds of rest between exercises and repeat for two to three sets.

The Lower Abs Workout Plan 4 powerful lower abs exercises

Exercise 1.

Reverse Crunch You'll need: Resistance Band How to
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3 sets
10 reps
30 sec. rest

Exercise 2.

Deadbug You'll need: No Equipment How to
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3 sets
10 reps
30 sec. rest

Exercise 3.

Hanging Leg Raise You'll need: Pullup Bar How to
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3 sets
6 each side reps
30 sec. rest
Alternate legs.

Exercise 4.

TRX Pike You'll need: TRX
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3 sets
10 reps
30 sec. rest
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