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Batman Abs Workout Routine Revealed | Blogedin

Batman Abs Workout Routine Revealed | Blogedin

Want to have Abs like Batman?

He has no hope for breaking free, Gotham is falling apart, and there’s nothing he can do but watch his city crumble. What did he do to start turning around his situation? Well, He worked on his core as much as any other part of his body. Below are the 6 crazy Batman workout routine for Abs you must try;

Heel Touches

Lay down with your back on the ground and your knees bent and pointed towards the ceiling. With your arms on your side raise your shoulders slightly off the ground. Using your abs rotate your right hand down to your right foot and then back up.

Reps: 10 Sets: 3

Source: www.exercise.com

 

Raised leg circles

Lie flat on your back. Place your hands under your hips with your palms facing down and your legs straight in front of you, feet together. Next, raise your feet about 12 inches off the ground, and tighten your stomach muscles. Hold this position for about 15-20 seconds, or until you start to feel a burn. Then, with your feet still together, swing them in controlled circles clockwise. Start out making small circles and progressively make your circles bigger and bigger. Reassume the starting position by bringing your feet back out in front of you, and slowly lowering them to the ground.

Reps: 10 Sets: 3

Source: http://blog.healthadvocate.com

Scissors

To begin, lie down with your back pressed against the floor or on an exercise mat (optional). Your arms should be fully extended to the sides with your palms facing down.

Note: The arms should be stationary the entire time. With a slight bend at the knees, lift your legs up so that your heels are about 6 inches off the ground. This is the starting position. Now lift your left leg up to about a 45 degree angle while your right leg is lowered until the heel is about 2-3 inches from the ground. Switch movements by raising your right leg up and lowering your left leg. Remember to breathe while performing this exercise.

Reps: 12 Sets: 3

Source: www.bodybuilding.com

Knee pull-ins

Lie on an exercise mat. Bend your knees and raise your legs so that they form a 90 degree angle. Place your palms under your glutes or facing down beside you. Next, begin the exercise by extending your legs out and touching the floor with your toes so that you feel a tight stretch in your lower abs. Return to the starting position, inhaling as you do so.

Reps: 10 Sets: 3

Source: www.exercise.com

Flutter kicks

Lie on your back on a gym mat with your legs extended and your arms alongside your hips, palms down. Lift your legs 4 to 6 inches off the floor. Press your low back into the mat. Keep your legs straight as you rhythmically raise one leg higher, then switch.

Reps: 20 Sets: 3

Source: www.livestrong.com

Reverse Crunches

Lie down on the floor with your legs fully extended and arms to the side of your torso with the palms on the floor. Your arms should be stationary for the entire exercise. Move your legs up so that your thighs are perpendicular to the floor and feet are together and parallel to the floor. This is the starting position. While inhaling, move your legs towards the torso as you roll your pelvis backward and you raise your hips off the floor. At the end of this movement, your knees will be touching your chest. Hold the contraction for a second and move your legs back to the starting position while exhaling.

Reps: 10 Sets: 3

Source: www.bodybuilding.com

Level 1: 3 Sets
Level 2: 5 Sets
Level 3: 7 Sets
Rest between Sets: Up to 2 minutes.

Salman S. Khan

Fitness Enthusiast. Blogger. Fancy playing video games in my spare time.