The 1,000-Rep Ripped Abs Challenge

10 Moves to Get Hardcore

We all like a good challenge and we all love a great ripped abs workout, right? Awesome. I’ve combined the two of them to give you the 1,000-Rep Ripped Abs Challenge. This has been my go-to for abs for a long time now. I hate having to think about my workout and this ripped abs workout just flat out works.

Get your workout partner, family member or whoever wants to join you and do this challenge either before or after your workout.

How You Do It

• Remember the number 10, that’s how many reps you will do at each move
• Hit 10 reps at move #1
• Immediately go to move #2 and hit 10 reps
• Hit 10 reps at each move
• Go back to the move #1 and repeat for 10 rounds!

Yep, add it up and you get 1,000 reps of abs done. Time yourself and see how fast you can do this!

The Moves

1. V-ups
2. Plank Walk-Ups
3. Straight Leg Lifts
4. Hip Heists
5. Alt Leg V-Ups
6. Plank Jacks
7. Knee Up Sit Ups (2 each side)
8. Donkey Kicks
9. Bicycles (each side)
10. Seated Back Strokes

As you can see, there are a lot of moves in this workout. My suggestion is to get a piece of paper, whiteboard or any type of sign you can see during the workout. Something you can just glance over at to remind you.

Set the timer, do the moves, get 1,000 reps and then be ready to start seeing those abs poke out in the mirror!

Chase It!

Ben Boudro, MS, CSCS

Strength and Conditioning Specialist Ben Boudro is the owner of Xceleration Sports in Auburn Hills, MI, an 8500 sq. ft facility that offers sports-specific training for youth, high school, collegiate and professional athletes. . Prior to owning his own facility, Ben spent 2.5 years as a collegiate strength and conditioning coach at Michigan State University. A five-year member and team captain of the MSU Wrestling Team, Ben holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology specializing in Health Promotion, a Master’s Degree in Exercise Science and holds Strength & Conditioning certifications with the NSCA and CSSCa.

Website: xcelspeed.com
Blog: benboudro.wordpress.com

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