Abs: Quick Workout to Tighten Your Core

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Beginner: 10 reps, 30 seconds
Intermediate: 15 reps, 45 seconds
Advanced: 20 reps, 60 seconds

Repeat 1-3X

1. Plank Toe Tap
2. Curved Hip Lift (timed)
3. Reverse Plank Leg Lift
4. Curved Hip Lift (timed)
5. Knee to Nose Plank (right)
6. Curved Hip Lift (timed)
7. Knee to Nose Plank (left)
8. Curved Hip Lift (timed)
9. Cross Plank Pushup
10. Curved Hip Lift (timed)

Hi Everyone!

This workout is focused on the core. It should have you working up a sweat, and working the core from every angle. I enjoyed this workout, it was quick, but challenging. 

My cat, Gambit, made a guest appearance. He loves when we work out. I had Jesse doing some foam rolling and as you can see in the picture below Gambit made himself comfortable. 🙂 
I hope that you enjoy the workout!

4 thoughts on “Abs: Quick Workout to Tighten Your Core

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Melissa, I know that you have heard this at about a thousand times before, but I still want to say that I think that it is amazing what you are doing. One of the things I most like about your workouts is that you can do them all at home! Also seeing you always so happy, inspiring and full of positive energy is really great!
    I have been doing you exercises (and loving them!) along with my normal exercises. You give many good tips for different level of exercises (for example for those who have troubles with wrists etc)… Do you also have some good alternative for those who have problems with their knees (or other joints in legs) but would still like to keep fit?
    I would also like to say that you cat is SO CUTE!!!

  2. Anonymous

    Melissa. Hey i just discovered your blog but i would like to ask do yuhh post a workout everyday? and like wht time? i really want to get in shape. Oh nd btw im a 16 year old girl in hawaii. tHANKS! PLZZ REPLY(;

  3. Jen

    This workout was great! I added it on to one of your 15 min HIIT sessions. I loved the combination of reps and using a timer. Thanks for all that you do! I really appreciate you talking often about form and position alternatives. I love working out with you!

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