V-cut is a front abs group workout that’s In order to obtain this great visual effect on your body “V-Cut”, you’ll have to get the right abs workout and a good nutrition. We know that building abs takes time, but if you are willing to do the work, you’ll get these V-Shaped Cut faster than you think at home without equipment!
With this V-Cut Abs Workout, you can build your abs the best way.
Ultimate V-Cut Abs Workout
1. Lying Leg Raises
These exercise builds lower ab strength of forcing your abdominal muscles to raise your hips and legs off of the ground in a vertical column.
- Start by lying flat on your back. You can apply a mat for comfort. Put your palms face-down at your sides.
- Lift your legs off of the ground so that they’re pointing straight up towards the ceiling. Your body should form an “L”.
- Concentrating on using your lower ab muscles, gently lift your hips off the floor, keeping your legs straight. Hold for a second, then lower your hips back to the floor. Use smooth, controlled movements – do not bounce or jerk.
- Do 4 sets of 15 reps
2. Hanging Leg Raises
These powerful exercise requires you to suspend yourself from a chin-up bar. In addition to building your lower abs, these workout will, as a side benefit, increase your grip strength.
- Hang beneath a chin-up bar or another sturdy horizontal bar. Use a medium-wide grip. Your body should point straight towards the ground, with your hips very slightly rolled back.
- Raise your legs, knees bent, until your thighs make a 90-degree (L-shaped) angle with your torso. Hold this shape for a second, then gently lower your legs back to their starting position.
- Do 4 sets of 15 reps
3. Reverse Crunches
This exercise engages the lower layers of your abdominal muscles, the transverse abdominis, also known as the corset muscle, giving you a flat belly and great back support.
1. Lie on your back with your hands by your sides. Lift your knees until your thighs and calves form a 90-degree angle and your calves are parallel to the floor.
2. Lift your hips and bring your knees, as far as you can, toward the chest.
3. Hold and then slowly return to the starting position.
- Do3 sets of 20 reps
4. Ab V Hold
The ab V hold requires you to balance in a position that requires lower abdominal strength to maintain and to hold these position. The longer you do the ab V hold, the greater the burn you will feel. To do this exercise:
- Start by laying flat on your back.
- With both hands at your side, gently and carefully raise both your legs and your torso about 45 degrees off the floor. Your body should form a “V” with your hips touching the floor. Keep your legs straight and maintain strong, balanced posture.
- Brace your ab muscles and uses your arms for balance. Some people find it easier to balance if they extend their arms parallel to the floor, pointing in the direction of their legs.
- However, if you do this, don’t use your arms to support your legs at all.
- Hold this position. Hold this position until you feel the burn, usually about 30 secs to 2 mins.
- Do 3 sets of 10 reps