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MORE WORKOUTS TO TRY:

#85) This workout is built to be paired with #86 and #87 for a three-times per week ab thrash. Each is quick and can be tacked onto the beginning or end of another body part routine. #86) This routine can also be used in conjunction with a full ab routine, if your lower abs are weak or lagging. For instance, do your regular ab workout on Monday, then come back later in the week with this.

#87) These moves, or any ab exercise that involves a twisting motion, will work your obliques, which are along each side of your "six-pack" muscles. #88) If you want a flat midsection, stick to body weight exercises. If you want a contoured middle, complete with plateaus and deep ridges like you see on bodybuilders, try this resistance-based routine that kicks up your strength levels in the process. #89) Bored with your routine? A circuit can be a great way to break out of a training rut.

[ ) If you're in fat-burning mode, try this high-rep workout.

#91) If the gym's closing in five minutes, here's your chance to fit abs in before the doors are locked.

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US Navy Seal Physical Fitness Training Manual

US Navy Seal Physical Fitness Training Manual

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