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In my experience if you want to train your abs at home you will need an arsenal of exercises that target upper, lower and obliques. You will also need to choose exercises that range on their level of difficulty as well.

I like to balance my abdominal workouts with 1 – 2 intense exercises combined with 2 – 3 moderate exercises. This way you can maintain a continuous burn throughout the entire workout and still push yourself as hard as possible on every exercise.

In this video I talk about my TOP FIVE Bodyweight abdominal exercises, which area of the core each exercise targets the most, and how to perform them to maximize your gains!

Turn these exercises into an at home abdominal routine!
• 3 rounds
• 15 – 20 reps per exercise

(0:30)- Floor Crunch
(1:08)- Floor Oblique Crunch
(2:48)- Alternating Abdominal Kick
(3:32)- Alternating Toe-Touch
(4:17)- Reverse Floor Crunch

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  1. Pierre McGee says

    Isn’t the first exercise called sit-up?

    1. Feeling Chrispy says

      +Socio Same thing lol. Like how some people call pull ups and chin up the
      same thing.

    2. Der Nesor says

      There are a lot of different exercises that bring your head to your knees

    3. ScottHermanFitness says

      +Tyro_ Lifter4 welll… not really haha. a chin-up is palms facing in..
      pull-up is palms facing out 😉

    4. Feeling Chrispy says

      +ScottHermanFitness LOL i know. But you hear how some people think chin ups
      and pull ups are the same, especially back in middle/high school with PT
      tests. I was just saying that some people think 2 or more exercises that
      are technically doing the same motion= same name.. 🙂

    5. albert van nijhuis says

      +ScottHermanFitness its not how you call it, but hoe you do it 🙂

  2. ScottHermanFitness says

    If I don’t respond to your questions is because you need to fix your
    account and there is no reply button.

    1. ScottHermanFitness says

      +matteo g
      You have to connect your google account

    2. ScottHermanFitness says

      +Kswagga364/pyrofreak317 I still do! but changed the name to

    3. Mr Stan says

      How do I best work my arms between inner elbow and bicep? skin seems loose.
      just keep working until my bicep is bigger??

    4. Preston Brown says

      +ScottHermanFitness what exercises target the abs above the navel?

    5. EyeAmBatman says

      +ScottHermanFitness Best bodyweight core exercises out there…kudos for
      the good solid information on them.. Cant recommend this video enough!

  3. Albert Aldridge Fitness (AAFitness) says

    That’s so cool bro, you’re an inspiration!

    1. ScottHermanFitness says

      Thanks +Albert Aldridge ! means a lot bro!!! keep training hard!

  4. Rafael Rosas says


    1. ScottHermanFitness says

      awwwww yeah +Rafael Rosas !

  5. Garry S says

    Would this be a good complement workout to a chest or legs day or just
    dedicate workout one day just to the abs? 

    1. ScottHermanFitness says

      +Garry S , you can definitely add this to the end of either of those

  6. Fantomas612 says

    some people say it’s just a matter of BF%. whats more important, abs
    exercises or reducing my bf% ?

    1. ScottHermanFitness says

      If you reduce your bodyfat and don’t BUILD the muscle you will be able to
      see them, but they will not be poppin out much. Just like if you are
      skinny and flex your bicep. You will be able to see it, but it will not be
      impressive. Hope that helps

  7. Bertrand Horne says

    Is there any exercise regime for beginners, i.e for people hadn’t touched
    the bar since they were born

  8. ‫مصعب الحكمي‬‎ says

    Should i perform these exercises everyday or every three days

  9. nickel pohein says

    do these work fr ur side belly fat as well? (PS. need help for lady hips)

    1. David Ev. says

      You can’t loose fat in a certain area. It doesn’t work that way. To loose
      overall fat on your body (your stomach included) you’ll have to do cardio,
      lift weights etc. But if you want to grow muscles on your abs, then you
      train them. Though the abs exercises can help you burn OVERALL fat if you
      work on them intense and regularly.

  10. Joca Lacmanovic says

    Awesome exercises thank you Scott :)

  11. michael smallpage says

    Another great vid Scott thankyou for taking the time to make them! love
    your videos!!!

  12. MayZ says

    Hey I’m new here, is this a fat burning exercise or muscle?

  13. Shelpen Lau says

    Thanks a lot! Im gonna do varieties of abdominal exercises to shape my

    1. David Ev. says

      You can’t “shape” muscles, they are in a shape naturally. What you can do
      is building up your abs and obliques, so they get bigger, but in the same

    2. Shelpen Lau says

      +David Ev. OK , but how about the back part. Normally, our back parts are
      too narrow, but we can do exercises to get them bigger and wider. Yes, as
      for abs, it is right there, we cannot change it. Someone has 6 packs, while
      others may get 8 or 7 packs.

    3. David Ev. says

      +Shelpen Lau The back gets wider because it gets bigger. Naturally our
      backs get both thick and wide when it starts growing. But our abs won’t get
      “wider” naturally, because abs simply doesn’t work the same way as our
      back. Btw, just trying to help 🙂

  14. Roughrider Gatlinghammer says

    Superset x4. Loaded cable crunches x15 – Russian Twists with medicine ball
    x30 – Slow contracted suspended leg lifts x10. Three to four times per

  15. shady xslim says

    Im only feeling this exercise in my legs, neck etc and feel nothing in my
    abs. i have a 40% visible six pack and want to work towards blocky abs.
    Feeling extremely frusturated and fed up with lack of feeing it in abs

    1. Heroes uknowjusticemill says

      for blocky abs do weighted ab excercise

    2. Gaming D. Dragon says

      shady xslim hi

  16. kishore kumar says

    Is there any workouts tat can target love handles and to reduce them?

  17. Aryamann KHARE says

    how much time it will take to get abbs if i do this exercise

    1. M Sherazi says

      In order to “get abs” you have to lose body fat overall as well as do
      exercises that increase the abdominal muscles strength/size. So the amount
      of time it takes will depend on those two factors.

  18. M Sherazi says

    Hi Scott! Thanks so much for these bodyweight exercises. I am doing 3 sets
    of only 10 right now, because I am trying to do the exercises properly and
    not use momentum. I have been doing these on my non lift days for 2 weeks,
    and let me tell you I am sore for a couple days!! Best of all, in only 2
    weeks, Im seeing results, with a tighter tummy already. Awesome stuff-
    thats why Ive subscribed. ?you Scott!!!

  19. M Sherazi says

    Still do these as a twice a week ab routine. It works!!! Thank you Scott!!!

  20. Andrew Savage says

    Good routine Scott thanks. Alternating for touches burn.

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