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10 v ups: start on your back with arms stretched out overhead and legs slightly above the ground.

10 v ups: start on your back with arms stretched out overhead and legs slightly above the ground.

You\u2019ll then crunch up, your body will make a \u201cv\u201d shape, Lower back down to starting position. That is one rep.

You’ll then crunch up, your body will make a “v” shape, Lower back down to starting position. That is one rep.

15 Side Plank Pulls with Leg Lift: Start in a side plank position on your right hand/foot, with left hand on the ground in front.

15 Side Plank Pulls with Leg Lift: Start in a side plank position on your right hand/foot, with left hand on the ground in front.

 Pull your left elbow to the ceiling. As you do, raise your left leg. Slowly lower both, returning to starting position. Thats one rep.

Pull your left elbow to the ceiling. As you do, raise your left leg. Slowly lower both, returning to starting position. Thats one rep.

20 Full-Body Tuck \u2018n Spreads: Sitting on the ground, lean back with hands lightly by your side for support. Legs should be lifted and outstretched.

20 Full-Body Tuck ‘n Spreads: Sitting on the ground, lean back with hands lightly by your side for support. Legs should be lifted and outstretched.

Crunch inward, bringing your knees in to meet your torso.

Crunch inward, bringing your knees in to meet your torso.

Extend back out and then spread legs out to the side

Extend back out and then spread legs out to the side

 Bring them back together and go right into your next crunch. That is one rep.

Bring them back together and go right into your next crunch. That is one rep.

25 Alternating Superman Planks: Start in a plank position. Simultaneously lift your right hand and left leg, extending both straight out

25 Alternating Superman Planks: Start in a plank position. Simultaneously lift your right hand and left leg, extending both straight out

Return to plank position and repeat, lifting left hand and right leg. This is a great core exercise because your back is engaged, too.

Return to plank position and repeat, lifting left hand and right leg. This is a great core exercise because your back is engaged, too.

30 Plank Jumps to Jacks: Start in a plank position

30 Plank Jumps to Jacks: Start in a plank position

Jump both feet up towards your hands

Jump both feet up towards your hands

Jump feet apart (like a horizontal jumping jack)

Jump feet apart (like a horizontal jumping jack)

then jump them back together into your starting plank position. That\u2019s one rep.

then jump them back together into your starting plank position. That’s one rep.

35 Leg Lifts: Lay on back with hands under your butt or by your side for support.

35 Leg Lifts: Lay on back with hands under your butt or by your side for support.

Lift legs straight up, perpendicular to the ground and then lower until they are just a couple inches off the ground. Legs should stay straight the whole time. Thats one rep.

Lift legs straight up, perpendicular to the ground and then lower until they are just a couple inches off the ground. Legs should stay straight the whole time. Thats one rep.

40 Side-to-Side Sneaker Taps: Start in a basic crunch position: Holding that contracted crunch position, rotate side to side, tapping your left sneakers with your left hand

40 Side-to-Side Sneaker Taps: Start in a basic crunch position: Holding that contracted crunch position, rotate side to side, tapping your left sneakers with your left hand

Repeat with crunching to reach right sneaker with right hand. Thats one rep.

Repeat with crunching to reach right sneaker with right hand. Thats one rep.

45 Second Plank

45 Second Plank

50 Bicycle Crunches: Lay on back, hands behind head, When you crunch up towards your bent left knee, your right leg should be extended out and not touching the ground

50 Bicycle Crunches: Lay on back, hands behind head, When you crunch up towards your bent left knee, your right leg should be extended out and not touching the ground

Switch sides, crunching over towards the right with your left leg extended. Continue in a fluid, cycling motion. Thats one rep.

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