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A Strong Six-Pack with Two Supersets

Everyone is aware that amazing abs are created (visible) in the kitchen, but even if your body fat percentage is in the single digits, you still need to blast your abs with some extremely effective exercises to have the most maximally defined midsection possible.

While many people believe that hitting their abs with a few sets at the end of a lifting session will be sufficient to sculpt their six-pack, this strategy invariably falls short due to the lack of variation and intensity.

Remember that your muscles excel at adaptability, therefore to continue making improvements, you must include enough variety in your exercises, sets, and reps.

And if you want to improve the look of your stomach as soon as possible, try using the two effective supersets below to target your abs. They will increase metabolic stress and provide you with the best return on your investment.


Without pausing in between exercises, you will perform the supersets; just switch between them until you have finished all five of them. Between Supersets 1 and 2, you can take a 1- to 2-minute break.

5 x 10 SUPERSET 1 Ab Wheel Rollout

Contrary to common misconception, the ab wheel is much more than just a gimmick and, when used properly, is one of the best tools for building stronger, more defined abs and strengthening your core.

As long as you remember to start and finish with your thighs perpendicular to the floor and maintain as flat of a back as you can during the exercise, ab wheel rollouts offer a simple yet hard workout with significant results for your rectus abdominis and transverse abdominis.

Your core muscles work extra hard while you roll forward and backward to keep your back from arching and to flex your spine, which allows you to fully extend and tighten your abs.

five minutes of planks.

The plank is one of the best exercises for core conditioning because it targets the muscles that support your entire body during weightlifting and other daily activities, including the rectus abdominis, transverse abdominous, internal, and external obliques. It's also a great way to improve your posture and balance and stability.

Planks will also promote flexibility in the muscles of the posterior chain in addition to strengthening the transverse abdominis and giving you a flatter tummy.

5 x 12–15 in SUPERSET 2 Double Crunch

Whatever you want to say about it, the crunch is still one of the most important exercises in a respectable core-strengthening routine despite decades of debate.

Try double crunches, a combination of upper body crunches and reverse crunches, to increase the difficulty level instead of performing standard crunches. Your abs will burn like never before with this easy technique after five supersets of planks and ab wheel rollouts.

Windshield Wiper When Lying: 5 x 8–10 on each side

Windshield wipers are made to work the rectus abdominus and obliques, two core stabilizing muscles, as well as the lower abdominal and gluteal muscles.

Avoid letting your feet touch the ground in the bottom position and twist as much as necessary to feel a decent oblique stretch. This will relieve any abdominal strain.

Try performing windshield wipers while hanging from a bar if this seems simple to you. Nothing beats it when it comes to strengthening your complete body, despite the fact that it is a savagely difficult move.

You'll have a midriff fit for the beach in no time if you follow this routine three times per week!