If the state of your abs has been worrying you, we finally bring you the ultimate solution today: abs workout for women that will not only improve your ab muscles, but also the muscles that support your spine.

Do these ab exercises for women twice or three times on non-consecutive days every week and you should see a huge difference in a month.

Arm pull over straight-leg crunch

Get hold of two 10- to 12-pound dumbbells. Now position yourself on your back with your arms behind you. Next, lift both legs until they reach a 45-degree angle with the ground. Straighten your arms above your chest and lift your shoulders so they don’t touch the floor. Simultaneous lift both legs until they form a 90-degree angle with the floor before returning to the starting position.

Excellent for abs, back and hips.

Walk the plank and turn around

Assume a standard push-up position on a flat surface with your hands 12- to 18 inches apart. Lean on your left arm and rotate yourself while lifting your right arm toward the roof. Then get back to plank position and step your right arm all the way down to the right-hand side of the bench, and your left arm to its left. Leading with your left arm, step back up.

This is great to exercise shoulders, back, hips and entire core.

The Matrix

Kneel on a flat surface with your knees about the width of your hips apart, holding a five- to 10-pound medicine ball in both hands. Keeping your knees in one position, bend backwards, pressing the medicine ball against your abs. Hold this position for three seconds and then slowly return to the original position.

Exercises abs, glutes, back and quads.

Stability Ball Pelvic Tilt Crunch

For this you need a five- to 10-pound medicine ball. Lie on your back on a stability ball with your head and back pushed into it, the medicine ball pushing against your chest and your feet neatly together on the floor. Now brace your abs and press up so your shoulders are totally off the ball. Next, lift the medicine ball toward the roof.

This exercises your abs, chest, glutes and hips.

Nose to Knee Crunch

Lie face down on a flat surface with your hands about the width of your shoulders from each other on a stability ball and straighten your arms to support your weight. Now pull your right knee in the direction of your chest and hold for a second before returning to the original position.

This exercises shoulders, hips, chest, glutes and core.

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