Some people long for flat, washboard abs for aesthetic reasons, but find it difficult to reach their six-pack goals. It’s important to maintain a strong core, as it strengthens your lower back, improves your posture and helps stabilize your entire body. Standard crunches alone aren’t enough to achieve total definition, so it’s crucial to mix up your workout routine. The lower abdominal area is really just the lower end of the rectus abdominis, a muscular sheath that runs from the bottom of the rib cage to the pubic symphysis. This can include exercises that involve the legs and hip flexors.
How Do You Work Out Your Bottom Abs?
Lie face up with your arms to your sides and hands against the ground.
– Bend your knees while keeping your calves parallel to the ground.
– Your flexed feet will be lowered until your heels barely touch the ground.
To help your feet return to the starting position, squeeze your abs.