Here is a routine for abs especially for people who want to be strong for acrobatics and hand balancing.
A couple of you went ahead and purchased Gymnastic Abs and that may be one of your smartest moves. But I figured you might be one of those people sitting on the fence about it. Let me tell you about my current routine I have put together using this course. Some of these moves you have undoubtedly heard of, but others may be new to you.
Leg Raises. Usually 3 or 4 sets of these either hanging or on the parallel bars. It’s a matter of increasing reps and then increasing height until you get your legs all the way up.
The other exercises are done in a circuit fashion. V-Ups, Russian Ballet Thrusts, Side Plank Raises, and Compressions.
One of the biggest things I picked up from Ed’s course is these compressions. Of course there are different ways to do it but it’s an isometric contraction that will work everything. Not only does it strengthen your abs but it builds your ability to compress them, hence the name. This one alone is worth the price because it will make straight arm handstand presses easier. Unfortunately this move has alluded me for a long time, but not too much longer. I then finish of with hollow body rocks and arch rocks. These act as great finishers especially done ‘til you can’t do anymore.
Whether you get the Gymnastic Abs program or not just make sure you train those abs hard and with your whole body.
Good Luck and Good Ab Training,
P.S. If you’ve got any questions about the course I’d be happy to answer them for you. Shoot your question to me here.
If you want to workout your abs through a lot of ab exercises, make sure to look into The Ultimate Guide to Bodyweight Ab Exercises.