The reason this is our first pick is not only because it works your abs in a very functional way, but it also burners a lot of calories making it a great addition to your cardio workouts to help burn some extra fat.
Standing up with your knees slightly bent lift the medicine ball directly over your head with your arms extended.
Rise up on the balls of your feet and use your core muscles to throw the ball to the ground as you bend forwards at the waist.
Lie on your left side with your legs straight and your right leg stacked on your left.
Position yourself so your weight is resting on your left forearm and the outside edge of your left foot. Your elbow should be directly beneath your shoulder, and your upper arm should be perpendicular to the floor.
Align your body so it forms a straight line from your neck to your ankles, and place your right hand on your hip.
Lower your hips toward the ground a couple inches, then come back up to start.
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