I remember a lot of guys who got insecure with their guts when 300 was shown in theaters. Those Spartans weren’t just sporting six-pack abs, some probably had ten or twelve-pack abs. Anyway, if you want to have the same chiseled abs, then stop spending all of your time watching YouTube videos, swigging beer and munching on chips. Get up and exercise!
As with all strenuous activity, consult with your doctor first.
Lie on your back and bend your knees. Press the soles of your feel together and let knees fall toward the floor. Lace the fingers loosely behind your head. Looking up at the ceiling, tighten the muscles in your abs and raise shoulder blades and upper back off the floor. Return to starting position. Do this in three sets of 15.
Lie on your back and bend your knees with feet on floor and fingers laced behind head. Contract your abdominal muscles and align neck with body. Place feet on the floor then smoothly roll up until torso and thighs form a 45 degree angle. Return to starting position.
Lie on your back, bending knees and raising feet six inches off the floor. Contract your abdomen and lace fingers behind your head. Extend elbows to the sides. Keep abdominal muscles tight then crunch up and twist making your right shoulder touch (or almost touch) your left knee. Repeat on other side. Do this exercise in three sets of 20 on both sides.
Lie face-down on a 25-inch exercise ball. Place your palms on the floor to keep your balance. Extend your legs behind you but keep toes on the floor. Hold your neck straight at all times. Keep knees and elbows soft while making sure legs and arms are straight. Slowly flex back your muscles to raise feet far off the floor. Return to original position. Do this exercise in three sets of 10.
Remember, trimming down the fat in your gut will take time so you really have to put in some effort before you get tone.