Quick Lower Belly Workout To Define V Line Abs
You’ve seen those guys (and girls) with their abdominal muscles making a V line above the pelvis and all you can think about is how hot they are. Don’t worry, you can get those V line abs too!
A simple, but powerful abdominal workout along with some clever fat-burning decisions can help you to successfully define your V line abs.
Let’s start with the lower abs workout!
4 Complete Exercises To Define Your V Line Abs
In order to get the V line abs you need to work your lower abdominal muscles. This means you need to perform these exercises that target your lower belly every day, along with your regular workout routine.
Don’t worry, the exercises are simple, they don’t require any equipment and can be done anywhere, even in your bed. But that doesn’t mean they’re easy!
Depending on your fitness level this ab workout can seem a child’s play, or a “torture”. The good part is you can adapt it as you wish. But remember –
The more you challenge your lower belly, the faster your V line abs are showing.
Here are the 4 moves that will help you define those V line abs:
3. Leg Raises
4. Flutter Kicks
For the first set, do each exercise for 20 seconds with a 10 seconds rest in between. This should be like a warmup for the next sets.
From the second set try to do each exercise for 50 seconds with a 10 seconds pause in between exercises. Aim for 2-3 sets like this one.
In the last set you should do each exercise until failure. Hold the V position and the plank for as long as you can and do as many leg raises and flutter kicks as you can.
The last set is very tough, so make sure you have a cool down routine ready to do after this V line abs workout is over.
So, basically, this is how your lower abs workout should look like:
Set 1 : 20 seconds EXERCISE + 10 seconds REST, for each of the four ab exercises;
Set 2 : 50 seconds EXERCISE + 10 seconds REST, for each of the four ab exercises;
Set 3 : 50 seconds EXERCISE + 10 seconds REST, for each of the four ab exercises;
Set 4 : 50 seconds EXERCISE + 10 seconds REST, for each of the four ab exercises;
Set 5: EXERCISE to failure + 10-30 seconds REST, for each of the four ab exercises.
All it takes to get those V line abs is less than 20 minutes per day. Keep in mind that these exercises target you lower abdominal muscles only. So this workout should not substitute your current workout routine.
These V line abs exercises are an add-on to a full body workout. So perform this workout as many times you can (daily, if possible), but don’t neglect your other muscles.
Remember, you can’t get V line abs without patience, dedication and determination.