The Road To Lean Muscle: Abs

Usually, I couple this circuit with my shoulders and arms workout because I’m exhausted after working my shoulders and arms.

Again, the philosophy here is high volume and little to no rest.  Here we go:

  1. Ab Machine: 50lbs @ 12 reps/Leg Raise @ 12 reps/Mason Twist @ 20 reps
  2. Ab Machine: 50lbs @ 12 reps/Leg Raise @ 12 reps/Mason Twist @ 20 reps.
  3. Ab Machine: 60lbs @ 12 reps/Leg Raise (unsupported) @ 12 reps/Mason Twist @ 25 reps.
  4. Ab Machine: 60lbs @ 12 reps/Leg Raise (unsupported) @ 12 reps/Mason Twist @ 25 reps.
  5. Ab Machine: 50lbs @ 12 reps/Leg Raise @ 12 reps/Mason Twist @ 20 reps
  6. Ab Machine: 50lbs @ 12 reps/Leg Raise @ 12 reps/Mason Twist @ 20 reps
  7. Ab Machine: 60lbs @ 12 reps/Leg Raise (unsupported) @ 12 reps/Mason Twist @ 25 reps.
  8. Ab Machine: 60lbs @ 12 reps/Leg Raise (unsupported) @ 12 reps/Mason Twist @ 25 reps.

Let’s discuss the insanity.

I find the best way to see results in your abdominal area is to do circuits.

I used to do the P90X 15 minute ab workout but with my new program i wanted to switch it up.  It’s a fun and challenging ab circuit to do.

Of course, for those of you reading this adjusting is key.  You don’t have to copy exactly this workout or do the same amount of weight or whatever.  The point is getting the same volume and knocking out those sets.

Time to get shredded!

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