Plank with Toe Taps
Courtesy Conrad Prusse If you want to help tone your glutes and inner thighs, try incorporating some toe taps. Start in a basic plank pose, and every two seconds, alternate moving each leg one to two feet to the side. Tap, and return to the starting position. This will also engage your shoulder and lower back muscles. Check out these ways to get better abs with zero crunches.
Courtesy Conrad Prusse Get in some more side-ab strengthening with this modification: Start in the plank pose, and every two seconds, alternate throwing a punch forward (in front of your head) without letting your hips rotate. “Not only does this move reshape your deltoids due to the action of throwing a punch, but it also limits the tendency to rotate your hips, which helps reshape your oblique muscles,” says Chasen Hasan, Fitness Instructor at the Disney Aulani Resort in Oahu, Hawaii. These killer core moves will flatten your belly.