“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
— Albert Einstein
Before you do one crunch, let’s get to the truth and nothing but the truth about getting great-looking abs.
Perform the Frog Crunch exercise as described in the demo for 15-20 reps (both phases of the exercise). Once you cannot complete another rep, go immediately to the Fitness Ball Crunch with Resistance. Use a weight that allows you to get 12-15 reps. Once you complete that set, go immediately to the Isometric V-Sit and hold for 30 seconds. There is no rest between sets, so after completing the V-Sit begin the cycle all over again. Perform four total super sets that comprise all the exercises.
In the second week, try to add at least three more reps to the first two exercises. For the Isometric V-Sit exercise, add five seconds to your time in the second week. Continue with this progression goal in week three.
Give it your all and don’t forget the four points I mentioned earlier.
While lying flat on your back with arms outstretched and legs extended, rise up into a V-sit and hold the contraction for at least 30 seconds. If you’re unable to do it for 30 seconds, keep practicing and it will improve. Make it your goal to hold the contraction for 60-90 seconds.
The reason I designed a workout with only two crunch exercises and one isometric hold is that you don’t need a gazillion crunching exercises. It’s not about how many exercises you perform, but more about the quality of your exercises, using perfect form and working with laser-like focus and intensity.
After a few workouts, leave me a comment and let me know how you did.