No-Gym Workout for Six-Pack Abs
To set up, sit on a mat or comfortably on the floor, and bend your knees, keeping them as close to your torso as possible.
Then, hover your feet slightly above the ground. As you do so, keep your body rounded and balanced.
Gonzalez has a tip for this exercise, explaining to put your top hand on the floor to support your body, then remove it for more of a challenge.
You can also make things slightly more difficult by holding off the floor for around five to 10 seconds before you let yourself come back down.
This exercise may be called the mini swan, but it offers some pretty big benefits. Before you get started, Gonzalez explains,
"A reminder that your abdominal muscles 'wrap' around your waist and into your lower back.
Keep your legs stretched out behind you so that your body forms a straight line.
Once you get yourself into position, keep your upper body steady as you begin to twist your hips.
Get down on the floor, and lie on your back. Then, move your feet until they're flat on the floor and your knees are bent.
Now, curl your upper body up until it's off the floor. In this position, begin to bring one knee in toward your chest.
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