Once you start to really work hard on your abs, you will notice that your top and middle abs will be the first to show. If you have never had abs before this will be extremely exciting, until the frustration sets in that everyone deals with...why can't you get your bottom two abs to show? No matter who you talk to, I am sure they will agree that the bottom two abs are the hardest to get defined. Why is that? Well, most of the conventional core exercises you do mainly target the middle and top abs, meaning the bottom abs are weaker and therefore less defined. Also, the lower abdominal region is where most fat builds up on the stomach, so the muscles are harder to get to show.
The key to getting your lower abs to show is incorporating exercises into your normal ab routine that aim at defining those specific muscles. Below is a list of exercises that do just that;
LOWER AB EXERCISES
For the best results, all of these exercises should be performed for 4 sets of 20 each, with the flutter kicks performed for 4 sets of 45 seconds. Either do all of these exercises every other day, or choose 3 to do one day, and the rest the next day. Because, just like any other muscle, abs need time to recover. Especially since you are specifically targeting your lower abs, you must give them time to recover in order for them to grow.
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