Best Home Ab Workout (NO EQUIPMENT – ANY LEVEL!)


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Home ab workouts are one of the best ways to assist in getting six pack abs. Of course, it starts with a solid nutrition plan to shed the fat that may be overlying the abs. From there however, you need to have an ab workout that is convenient enough to be done anywhere without requiring equipment.

This home ab workout is one that can be done with absolutely no equipment and at any ability level. How is that? Because this ab workout uses x-tinction programming. With x-tinction programming you can make any ab exercise challenging regardless of your ab strength.

The workout shown in this home abs workout are as follows:

– Two down One Ups for 45 seconds with extinction at 45 seconds

– Figure 8’s for 60 seconds with extinction at 60 seconds

– 21 Crunch for 12 reps with extinction at 12 reps


– Scissor V Ups for 45 seconds with extinction at 45 seconds

– Hip Touch Planks x 15 each side with extinction at 15 each side

– Russian V Tuck Twists x 16 reps each side with extinction at 8 reps

This particular home ab workout follows the A-X six pack progression. This takes you through all of your home ab exercises in a specific sequence. You want to perform your lower ab exercises when your strength is freshest since these movements are generally the most challenging.

Perform this ab workout circuit following the instructions provided in the video and start using it 5-6 times per week for best results. As noted already, you have to be sure your nutrition is in check if you want to see the results of your new six pack stomach.

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30 thoughts on “Best Home Ab Workout (NO EQUIPMENT – ANY LEVEL!)”

  1. I am doing the workout for like 2 weeks. I have trained 4days on a week on average. Surprisingly I can now see my abs clearly when I flex a little. Although they are not that defined yet, but they are getting better everyday. If 2 weeks of training can give me this, hopefully I will have great abs by the end of two months. I will reply on this comment. (If I remember)

  2. I’m fairly fit but not nearly as much as you, by the end of the workout I could barely do one set of step 6 and I woke up the next day and couldn’t walk because my hip flexor muscles tore

  3. Forgot the back!! #1 reason for back problems among athletes (imo, of course) including me! Don't only focus on your "front core!" The "back core" is just as important. I'm sure he has a video of it.

  4. I find it hard to do the routines that require me to lift up my head because my neck muscle gets really tired.

    Does anyone else get this feeling or am I doing some routines wrong?

  5. Does third exercises cause lover back pain while two legs raises? I feel like that sometimes. Hey jeff can you please analyze that?

  6. Jeff, do you have an email I can send a video to? I would like to show you something truly special which you and jesse inspired me to do.

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