July 15, 2022 2 min read

Ab workouts target the abdominal muscles which are the basis for improving your performance and maintaining balance, stability, and good posture in daily life.

If you want to work on your abs, Indigo blue fitnessrounded up lists of the best workouts just for you.


Plank exercises are one of the best exercises to strengthen your core and abdomen. These exercises strengthen your hips, lower back and improve your body balance. Apart from muscle growth and endurance, a plank can also help achieve better body balance, posture. It is a great exercise to get rid of belly fat, help alleviate back pain and boost metabolism.

Reverse Crunch 

The reverse crunch is a core-strengthening move that targets the lower abdominals. If you want a flat belly and great back support, reverse crunch is the perfect exercise for you. Helps to increase abs strength and definition, improves core and lower back stability, and helps to correct posture problems.

Mountain Climber

Mountain climbers work multiple muscle groups and joints at the same time. It requires contribution from muscles in your lower and upper body, as well as your core. These exercises are great for building cardio endurance, core strength. Helps with strengthening big muscle groups; your hamstrings, quads, lower back, shoulders, as well as your glutesspecifically, the obliques, abdominals, back, shoulders, and arms.


The V-sit abs exercise builds core strength by working multiple areas of the core. V-Ups are a great core body exercise that requires you to lift the weight of both your arms and legs by using your abdominal muscles. It builds coordination and balance to maintain a good posture, increasing stability and strength, and they help prevent injury.

Seated Russian Twist  

Russian twists target your abdominal muscles and obliques, also your hip flexors, shoulders, and upper back. It’s a total core exercise that also works your balance, builds stability in your spine. Russian twists help reduce belly fat, strengthen your lower back, and reduce the risks of cardiovascular diseases like stroke and heart attack by burning calories and using up stored fat in your tummy area.

Side plank

It’s a unilateral exercise that engages your whole body. In addition to your core, you’ll strengthen your shoulders, arms, hamstringsand back. This exercise also improves your sense of balance and coordination.