7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

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The importance of Getting six pack abs can never be overemphasized as it helps in enhancing your Attractiveness, Body posture, Stamina, Testosterone levels, Self-confidence– and a host of other benefits.

Having known some of the benefits of getting six pack abs, you may be asking yourself ‘How can I even get it without having to hit the gym or invest in some expensive equipment. Isn’t it?

Well, this article contains seven powerful yoga exercises to get six pack abs at home, some of which are explained below:

7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

#1 – Mountain Pose

7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

Equipment needed: None.

How to Do It:

  • Begin this workout by standing straight in the center of your yoga mat
  • Bring both foot together while you keep the heels on 1 inch apart, and flatten your soles. Be sure to place both hands by the sides of your body
  • Fix your gaze forward. Maintain this position for about 3-5 minutes
  • Rest a bit and then repeat (1)

#2 – Dumbbell Side Bend

7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

Equipment Needed: A Medium-Weight Dumbbell.

How to Do It:

  • Stand with both feet hip-width apart and hold the dumbbell on the right hand while your palms are facing inwards [towards the torso]
  • Keeping your back straight, activate the core, and after that bend to the side as far as you can [strictly at the waist]
  • Hold this for a second at the bottom of your range of motion, and slowly return to the first position to start 1 rep. Perform about 12 and 20 reps for a set.

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#3 – Plank Pose

7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

Equipment Needed: None.

How to Do It:

  • Firstly, you need to get into push up position, place both arms under the shoulders, and straighten your legs.
  • Now, tense and tighten your abdomen, thigh and posterior muscles as much as possible
  • After that, raise both legs on the toes and then maintain this position for close to 50-60 seconds
  • Rest and repeat just 1ce

#4 –Child’s Pose

7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

Equipment Needed: None.

How to Do It:

Firstly, get down into your knees [just like a baby]

Keep your spine erect, and raise both arms

Now, begin to bend forward at the torso so as to make your chest touch the thighs. Don’t stop bending forward until your forehead is able to touch the floor

Lastly, maintain this position for close to 15-20 seconds (5).

Read Also: 10 Easy and Best Yoga Poses for Two People

#5 – Plow Pose

7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

Equipment Needed: yoga mat, or a carpet.

How to Do It:

Lie down on your back [on the yoga mat or its equivalent]

Now, raise both legs just above the stomach

After that, start to bend both legs towards your head and keep doing this until you are able to fold them over your head and your toes are slightly placed above the shoulder.

Maintain this position for close to 20-25 seconds.

Rest and repeat (4).

7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

#6 – Dead Bug

7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

Equipment Needed: None.

How to Do It:

  • First and foremost, you have to lay face up on the ground with your arms straightly placed above the shoulders
  • After that, place both knees directly over your hips and bend at the knee such that your calf will be able to create a 90-degree angle with the thigh
  • Done with that? The next thing is to simultaneously lower the left arm above your head as you straighten the opposite [right]leg and send it towards the ground
  • Pause for a while, return to the first position, and then repeat on the other side.
  • Perform fourteen [14] alternating reps to complete a set

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#7 –The Reverse Crunch

7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

Equipment Needed: None

How to Do It:

  • Lie on the back and place both hands just behind your head, and then bring your knees in towards the chest in order to form 90 degrees, with your feet together or crossed
  • Now, contract the abs to curl your hips away from the ground while you reach the legs towards the ceiling, and then lower both legs down to their initial position while ensuring that your feet are not touching the ground.

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BONUS PACKAGE

Here are some additional workouts that could help enhance your six pack abs right now:

Bonus 1: Down Dog Pose

7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

  • To start with, you need to get down on your knees
  • After that, bend forward and place both hands under the shoulders
  • Now, keep your toes pointed inward and slightly lift up your hips. Be sure to raise your heels off the floor
  • Maintain this position until you begin to feel a significant stretch in the hips
  • Rest a bit, and then repeat (2).

Bonus 2: Warrior Pose

7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

  • Place the right foot in your front and bend the knee
  • Having done that, turn the other foot [left]90 degrees to the right leg
  • Now, raise both arms by your sides so as to make them parallel to the ground
  • Lastly, gaze ahead and maintain this position for close to 50 seconds or 1 minute.
  • Repeat (3).

Read Also: 10 Best Yoga Exercises for Back Pain

Bonus 3: Sit-Up

7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

  • Lie flat on your back [on the ground]while you bend both knees and secure the legs under a bench
  • Place both hands by the chest, and start flexing your abdominals
  • While doing that, begin to raise your torso until you are almost in a sitting position
  • Maintain tension on the abs, lower the torso to the starting position. Be sure to maintain full control all through the movement, and never be tempted to rock back and forth

You can also read: 10 Beginner Yoga Poses to Enhance Flexibility

7 Yoga Workouts for Six Pack Abs At Home

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