shaun wrote:I would recommend doing planks and the plank variations like side planks. Planks are a functional strengthening exercise for the abs. If you have never done planks before, start off with the basic plank. Hold each plank for as long as possible and do 10 sets.
nene5 wrote:I also agree with some of the posts. This has to do with training technique along with eating plan. You need to eat so that you are reducing your body fat. This shouldn't be thought of as a diet because those don't work and make you feel deprived. You need to do regular crunches, planks, reverse crunches and burpees. This will work the entire midsection. It also gets the dreaded kangaroo pouch we get after babies. I have one now and it is tougher. I know it can be done though. Good luck!
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