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Crunchless Abs Workout – Crunch Free Ab Workout Routine


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  1. I love this workout. Since you don’t have to lie down and don’t need any equipment, you can do this everywhere. I do this mostly in my office to stretch myself after long sitting. Excelent!

  2. I srsly hate doing workout where u have to lie down because it makes me feel lazy so thanks for this vid lol.

  3. I must be seriously out of shape, I made it through half of the video, but then I saw the side squats and my breath was getting erratic so I just said nah, and sat down and started doing stretches. I’ll stick to the low impact beginner workout until I get my breathing in order. I felt it mostly in my upper legs and core so I hope that means I’m doing it right.

  4. I really like these 5 – 10 minute routines; suits my attention span and the time goes by slower.  The rest of my day is gone in a blink.  I think it would be cool to incorporate the vertical exercises into a version of John Cleese’s Silly Walk (Monty Python).

  5. The coordination and counting skills needed for this workout make me wanna go back to crunches.