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BIKINI BODY CHALLENGE: SUMMER ABS PART 2- GET YOUR PLANK ON!
by Tiffany Angulo

Are you ready to get that core working even harder? Well, get ready because here’s part two of the bikini body abs workout! Incorporating part 1 and 2 of the abs workout will get that core strong, tight, and ready for its summer debut!

For this plank workout, you are going to do each exercise for 30 seconds then you have 5 seconds to transition into the next plank position. You can go through this circuit 2-3 times and incorporate it into your other workout routines. If you need more of a challenge, bump up the work time to 45 seconds -1 minute. Also, you can add more plank variations.

Enjoy getting your plank on and that tummy tight!

Abs Workout Part 2: 30 seconds on / 5 second transition (Total: 3 min 30 sec)

• Low plank • Right side plank • Left side plank • High plank w/ alternating knee tucks • Low plank around the world (alternate lifting each limb..arms/legs) • Alternating low to high plank

Safety First: -Keep that core tight. Belly button to spine to protect the lower back. -Take breaks as needed the first time through…if you haven’t done planks in a while, make the 5 second transition a 10-15 second break if needed till you build up your core strength. -Keep hips up and still. Don’t let them sink too low or raise too high…you want to keep your body a straight line.

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Tiffany Angulo

Born and raised southern Californian that loves fitness. USC grad and teacher. Tiffany wants to inspire people to make healthy changes to their lifestyle, become active & fit for life, and to feel & look good. She's happy to be in the company of the many talented Dirty and Thirty bloggers!

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