The 15-Minute Ripped Abs Workout

How do you lose that extra layer off your belly? You know that “spare tire” or the little bit of love that keeps hanging around the bottom of your stomach.

Well, you need two things:

• A great quick ab workout that you can do anywhere (you have to do this often)
• One bad ass nutrition plan.

The nutrition plan? That’s coming soon, so you can check that later. First, here’s a sure-fire way to get a ripped stomach workout! This quick ab workout can be done anywhere and requires almost zero equipment All you need is a softer surface and some DRIVE!

Ready to get some ripped abs? Let’s get it!

The 15-Minute Ripped Abs Workout


You will go through each triset in the typical A-B-C fashion. The first round perform each exercise for 30 seconds. Then you will:

• Rest for 30 seconds before starting round 2
• The second round you will go for 20 seconds at each exercise
• Rest for 20 seconds before starting round 3
• The third round you will go for 10 seconds at each exercise
• Done! Rest 1 minute then move on to the next triset

So, triset #1 (see below) will look like this:

• Sit-Through
• Rest 30 seconds
• Then 30 seconds of Rockers
• Rest 30 seconds
• Then 30 seconds of Feet-Elevated Mini Crunch

Then the same thing all over again just 20 seconds at each. Then the same thing one more time for 10 seconds each.

Get it? Good.


• Sit Through
• Rocker
• Feet-Elevated Mini Crunch


• Windshield Washers
• Feet Elevated Plank Up
• Stability Ball Step Off Knee Tuck


• Plank Hip Dip
• Dowel Bent Toe Touch
• Around the World Mt. Climber


• Side Plank Right Leg Lever
• Seated Backstroke
• Side Plank Left Leg Lever


15 minutes is all you need to get ripped abs!

Plug this quick ab workout to get your stomach ripped into your routine at least two times a week and you will soon see some bad ass abs in the mirror.

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Ben Boudro, MS, CSCS

Strength and Conditioning Specialist Ben Boudro is the owner of Xceleration Sports in Auburn Hills, MI, an 8500 sq. ft facility that offers sports-specific training for youth, high school, collegiate and professional athletes. . Prior to owning his own facility, Ben spent 2.5 years as a collegiate strength and conditioning coach at Michigan State University. A five-year member and team captain of the MSU Wrestling Team, Ben holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology specializing in Health Promotion, a Master’s Degree in Exercise Science and holds Strength & Conditioning certifications with the NSCA and CSSCa.


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