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15-minute Work Out for Rosé Ready Abs

15-minute Work Out for Rosé Ready Abs

Rosé ready abs can be achieved by adhering to a clean diet and incorporating the right ab exercises into your workout routine. Cardio is a key component to shredding your midsection, so I always recommend a mile run to warm-up the body and prepare your core to workout. A Tabata style interval, which includes 20 seconds of maximum effort and 10 seconds of rest will give you maximum fatigue on your core. Check out the West Kept Secret Workout guide to Rosé ready abs below!

Equipment Needed: yoga mat
Warm Up: 1-mile run warm-up (either outdoors or on a treadmill)
Interval: Tabata: 20 seconds of work/10 seconds of rest x 8 static rounds at each station
Movements:

  1. Hollow Rocks –Start in a hollow position with heels on the ground. Rock backward and tap your shoulder blades to the mat. Repeat while maintaining a hollow position with the chin down.

  2. Hip Plank Dips (4 rounds right/4 rounds left) – Start in a plank position on the forearms and drop your hip towards the mat to the respective side you are working.

  3. Leg Drops –Start by laying on your back with your hands under your glutes. Drop the legs as low as you can, while maintaining a flat back against the ground.

  4. Alternating Cross – Body Mountain Climbers –Start in a plank position on your palms. Bring your right knee to your left elbow. Repeat by alternating sides.

  5. Knee to Elbow Ab Crunch –Start by laying on your back with your legs lifted and arms behind the head. Slowly lift your legs and arms at the same time. Pause at the top of the movements with your elbows placed on top of your knees.

-Marissa West, Founder, and Creator of West Kept Secret, ACE CPT, Charlotte, NC

Angie Baquedanohttps://ewpclt.com
Angie Baquedano is EWP's Creative Content Coordinator and Editor. Angie graduated from UNC Charlotte with a Bachelors in English Creative Writing and a double minor in Journalism and Children's Literature. After moving to Charlotte four years ago she dedicated herself to spending each waking moment enjoying and exploring the Queen city. When Angie isn’t working she can be found traveling, painting, or discovering a new favorite hobby.

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