How to Build Bigger Legs - The Best Home Workout for Abs
For beginners, home workout for abs is one of the best. We all know how annoying it is to wait in the hot sun for your favorite exercise to start, only to tire easily when you realize that you can't do it anymore. The right way is getting started. The following are just a few tips for starters.

For the abs home workout, first thing you need is a flat and level surface. Second thing you need is a bench. Third thing is a weight or resistance. What you need: (only if optional) a flat gym bench or flat towel or floor mat to lie on the ground. What to do: Complete all workouts in order and continue resting for 60 90 seconds.

For the second phase of home workouts for abs, it's the best to use lighter weights. Squats are a good choice for this phase as you can focus more on building bigger legs. A heavy incline bench is advisable for this part of the routine. Just do squats until you feel like pushing yourself. Do them until you get used to it, and after that move to decline bench.

For the third and final part of abs home workout, focus on building up the calf muscle. To do this, do standard crunches while keeping one leg at a 90 degrees angle from the body, maintaining a straight posture. Slowly raise the bent leg and gradually lower the straight leg. Do as much repetitions as you can. Once you are exhausted, switch to regular crunches. Remember not to let your calf muscle grow to fast, otherwise it will be tough for you to go to bed.

Now, all that's left is to move onto the fourth and final part of the abs workout, which is to do leg raises. Hold a medicine ball or a pair of dumbbells in each hand. Position your legs so that you are shoulder width apart, with your feet flat on the ground, and your hands placed on top of the balls. Then just lower yourself slowly to the floor and repeat the process on each of your legs.

Building up your lower body can be quite challenging, but if you have the proper tools, it doesn't have to be that difficult. Home gym equipment can be purchased from your local home improvement store, or you can simply use your body weight for this part of your workout. This is actually a great way for beginners to start out as they don't have to worry about lifting heavy weights and it allows them to improve their balance and body coordination at the same time.