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The 30-Day Abs Challenge

author image Deborah Day
Deborah Day is a lifestyle and entertainment writer and editor. Former editor in chief of Maxim.com and executive editor of Premiere.com, she has been published on EW.com, TheWrap.com, Yahoo.com, LAmag.com and other media sites, as well as in Maxim, Interview and Time Out NY magazines.
The 30-Day Abs Challenge
Get excited to rock your core! Photo Credit LIVESTRONG.COM

Wouldn’t it be great to get firm, toned abs in 30 days? We created a challenge that will get you a six-pack in time for summer. You’ll not only look amazing — you’ll strengthen your core which will lessen your chance of back pain. Best of all, you can achieve this in just a few minutes each day, with no equipment needed, just a few free online videos.

In our 9 essential fitness benchmarks for women and the essential benchmarks for men, experts set the 2-minute plank as the benchmark for core strength for men and women. If you can’t do a 2-minute plank yet (or even a 20-second plank), don’t worry! Give us just 30 days, and we’ll get you there.

How to Join the Challenge

1. Join our LIVESTRONG.COM Challenge Facebook Group to get daily encouragement and motivation. We're starting the challenge on May 1, but you can start it on your own at any time.

2. Share the challenge calendar with your friends on Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter.

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The Abs Challenge Videos

1. The 10 Best Ab Exercises

2. Quick HIIT Workout for Flat Abs

3. 10-Minute Plyo HITT Video

How to Do the Abs Challenge Moves

Check out our tutorial on the 4 basic ab moves below:

Are you with us on this? Join our LIVESTRONG.COM Challenge Facebook Group to get daily encouragement and motivation

What Do YOU Think?

Will you try our 30-day abs challenge? If not, what’s stopping you? Leave a comment below and let us know.

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