Strengthen Your Abs and Arms in 7 Moves With 2 Dumbbells (Smile Optional, but Encouraged!)

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If you’re lucky enough to have a set of dumbbells at home, here’s a workout you can do to target your abs and arms. Celebrity trainer Jeanette Jenkins shared this circuit workout to strengthen all areas of your core, and don’t worry if you don’t have a set of weights — you can improvise with a set of water bottles, soup cans, or whatever else you have on hand. We think this workout would be great to do after a run or bike ride to keep your core and upper body strong!

Jeanette Jenkins’s Abs and Arms Circuit Workout

Equipment needed: a pair of dumbbells

Directions: After a warmup, Jenkins said to ⁣complete each move for 30 to 60 seconds or for 10 to 25 reps; perform one to three sets in total. Finish with these ab stretches for a cooldown.

  1. Ab V-up
  2. Offset dumbbell ab tuck
  3. Offset dumbbell ab flutter kick
  4. Push-up to renegade row
  5. Dumbbell toe touch
  6. Dumbbell Figure 8
  7. Dumbbell Russian twist

If you love Jenkins’s energy, check out this 10-move bodyweight HIIT workout.

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