Kate Hudson's strong six-pack is a result of her devotion to exercise and nutrition. Her trainer says she's a big fan of core-specific moves and likes to incorporate cardio into her routines.
According to the BUF Girls expert Alicia Beveridge, flat abs start in the kitchen, but how do you train for them?
Resistance training is a must, but just like Kate does, interval cardio and core toning sequences are high up on the list too. These four do-anywhere workout ideas should get you on your way to ab-town!
Add these three cardio sessions and 7-minute core carving routine to your weekly workout schedule to help you on your way to a lean, toned stomach.
Just don’t forget to work on the 'kitchen' part too!
Sprint intervals are one of the best ways to blast stubborn belly fat.
Choose one of the sessions below and make sure you have a stopwatch handy. Complete each of the runs suggested as quickly as you can, resting for approximately twice as long as each run takes you before moving on to the next one. For example, if it takes you one minute to finish a 200m sprint, you'll rest or walk/jog slowly for two minutes, then complete the next sprint on the list.
For example, if it takes you one minute to finish a 200m sprint, you'll rest or walk/jog slowly for two minutes, then complete the next sprint on the list.
1 x 800m
2 x 400m
3 x 200m
3 x 1200m
4 x 200m
4 x 100m
8 x 50m
7-Minute Core Workout
Complete each of the below core exercises for 30 seconds, moving quickly from one exercise to the next without stopping. If you're not sure of some of the moves, check out the video above.
1-Leg Hip Raise (right side)
1-Leg Hip Raise (left side)