Floor Abs Workout. 20 Minute Home Exercise Routine To Shape Your Stomach

Sculpt and shape a tight stomach with this 20 minute floor abs workout. A quick home fitness routine to work your core from all angles.

floor abs workout

Sometimes you’ve just gotta stop, drop, and sculpt. An at-home fitness fix—specifically a floor abs workout—is easy to execute, especially when it involves minimal equipment. Plus, if you do them right, you can be finished and on to the next to-do in under 20 minutes.

Did you know, when you strengthen your abs it helps your body have better posture, prevent injuries, and perform better in sports (and daily life!)? Talk about benefits! Its best to try and perform floor ab exercises every week for the best long term results.

In this floor abs workout video, Ill lead you through my favorite moves that will help you carve a toned stomach and strengthen your core. The best part? All you need is a will to get to work (and, OK, maybe a yoga mat, too). Get ready to get sweaty and press play!

As always, please check with a doctor before starting this or any exercise routine. Honor your body and move mindfully.

Floor Abs Workout. 20 Minutes to a sculpted stomach

WOW what an ab workout! You rocked it! How do you feel? Let me know in the comments below. Please hit “LIKE” and SUBSCRIBE to the channel so that we can stay connected every time I upload new videos. Your support helps fuel future content and means so much.

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Now go take your strong abs out into the world and kick butt! Proud of you for rocking that floor abs workout.

Love and squats,

Caroline

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3 Replies to “Floor Abs Workout. 20 Minute Home Exercise Routine To Shape Your Stomach”

  1. Caroline….super video for abs!!!! I recently purchased the download “High Hamstring Tendonitis Exercise Guide Book” from you. Thank you for all the information. Been following your plan for two months and seeing much improvement. My problem entails a partial tear of the hamstring off the sitting bone and your exercises have brought much relief and a pathway towards recovery. I’ll be starting on week 9 in March. Any additional ideas you can give me would be appreciated. At age 66 I was an avid runner for over 45 years and just completed a half marathon last year, workout at the Y with weights, bike 20-30 mile regularly. I think my age and all the overload finally caught up with me. Just want to be able to jog a nice slow 3 mile again. With your help I know I can succeed. Any more help or ideas would be helpful. Thanks, Pat Weaver

  2. love this every time (have done it several times :)). You’re adorable and never without enthusiasm. 🙂 Plus it’s nice to see your non-SF home! Miss you!

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