5 Minute 6 Pack Abs Wedding Workout Plan
Get that sexy six pack and trim waist line for that special someone before your wedding. This wedding workout plan is meant to be started 1 month before the wedding to give you those washboard abs that everyone desires on their wedding night. Follow the program below and your six pack abs will be showing in full bloom.
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Wedding Workout Plan Description
This wedding workout plan is meant to be done 5 days a week for 4 weeks up until your wedding. If you have more or fewer days, then simply adjust the total days that you do the exercise plan. Basically, you should be doing this routine every weekday. Then give your abs the weekend off to rebuild and recuperate. There are 5 exercises below. You will do each exercise for one minute each with no break in between. Use a stopwatch or timer and set it for 1 minute. If you reach fatigue before the end of the exercise, take a break for NO MORE THAN 5 seconds, then hop back into the exercise until the minute is up.
Wedding Workout Plan Exercises
Each of the below exercises you will do for one minute each. Immediately move on to the next exercise after you complete the full one minute. Keep track of your reps on the FREE Downloadable Routine Guide and each time you do it, do at least one more rep.
Hip Dip Exercise (30 sec each side)
Helicopter Exercise (30 sec each side)
Frozen V Sit Exercise
Imaginary Walking Exercise
Grand Father Clock Exercise