5 Six Pack Exercises To Gain Monster Size And Abs Definition

People generally like to approach cardio and fitness separately. But by combining them you will see a rapid body transformation and a solid six pack. If you combine these two areas of training, you make each exercise work double time.

Here are 5 awesome six pack exercises to help you gain monster size and abs definitions in almost no time! Make sure you are consistent and pay attention to your nutrition as well.

1. Dumbbell good morning to front squat

How to:

  • Hold a dumbbell as shown and bend at the hips; hold for 2 sec.
  • Return, then immediately squat; hold.

Too hard?
Squat onto a bench.

Too easy? 
Increase the weight, hold a dumbbell in each hand – or just squat deeper

2. Dumbbell hip raise and floor press

How to:

  • With knees bent and feet flat, drive through your heels to raise your hips and press the weights.
  • Hold for 2 sec; return.
  • Exhale sharply at the top to work those abs.

Too hard 
Use lighter dumbbells (or go weightless)

Too easy? 
Lift one leg and switch legs after 30 sec

3. Dumbbell forward hinge to lunge

How to:

  • Hold a dumbbell in your right hand, step forward with your right leg and lower the weight.
  • Stand up, step out to the left and lower the weight to your left foot.
  • This will build flexibility too.
  • Switch legs after 30 sec.
  • Now shake them off and move on.

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Too hard? 
Decrease the weight

Too easy? 
Increase the weight

4. Suitcase deadlift to sumo deadlift

How to:

  • Squat as far as you can, keeping your back straight; pause for 2 sec and stand back up.
  • Now step out so your feet are twice shoulder width and lower the dumbbells between your legs.
  • Get up; repeat.

Too hard? 
Perform bodyweight squats instead

Too easy? 
Use heavier dumbbells

5. Hand to hand staggered hip hinge

How to:

  • Hold a dumbbell in your right hand, left foot forward.
  • Bend your hips and pass the weight to your left.
  • Straighten and repeat the other way.
  • The ‘catch’ forces your core into action.
  • Switch legs after 30 sec.

Too hard? 
Drop the weight or use a parallel stance

Too easy? 
Perform it on one leg at a time

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