A Six-Minute, Six-Move TRX Workout for Six-Pack Abs

Everyone wants a killer six-pack. But that doesn’t happen by just sitting around. You have to work for it.

TRX master trainer Miguel Vargas can get you started. Vargas has six killer moves that are going to torch that belly fat and tighten up those abs.

All you need is a TRX Suspension Trainer, a stopwatch and a towel. We promise this workout is going to make you sweat. Whether you’re new to the TRX straps or a TRX Pro, these moves are going to leave your heart pounding and muscles pumping.

The best part, all it takes is just a few minutes a day—a small price to pay to get and keep the waistline you’ve always wanted.

Instructions: Complete each exercise for 20 reps on the minute. That means this workout should last less than six minutes. If you really want to build a killer six-pack, give it a second round. Try it once and you’ll see that TRX is all core all the time. If you want to get shredded, the TRX Suspension Trainer is the tool you need.


TRX Speed Squat

If you’re new, take your time with these. If this isn’t your first rodeo, then we want you to get after it! That means move quickly and squeeze those glutes and abs to make sure you get that furnace churning and burning to melt that belly fat!

TRX Atomic Push-Up

This exercise is not for the faint of heart. Trust us, if you can get through 20 of these, your arms, shoulders and abs will be burning and the sweat will start pouring. Take breaks when you need them, and as you get stronger, you’ll be able to finish more in a row.

TRX Speedskater

Repeat this for 20 reps, and remember to squeeze those abs on every hop and landing. The more you squeeze, the more you burn!

TRX Mountain Climber

If your arms are already beat from all the atomic push-ups, then you can complete these reps from a forearm plank position. Either way, every time you complete a rep, you’ll be carving out another part of your rockin’ abs!

TRX Burpee

Just think, the stronger you get, the more explosive this exercise becomes.

TRX Forearm Plank

This post originally appeared on TRXTraining.com.

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