Strengthening your abs helps you build strength in other areas of your body, and helps you to maintain proper form when doing full-body movements like push-ups. Doing so will also help you to have better balance, good posture, and do all the hobbies you love while avoiding injury.
Step 1: Place your hands on the floor, directly underneath your shoulders.
Step 2: Extend your legs behind you, about hip-width distance.
Step 3: Engage your core, including your butt, and tuck your tailbone.
Step 4: Hold for a set amount of time or as long as you can.
Step 2: Place your hands behind your head. Squeeze your shoulder blades together.
Step 3: As you exhale, activate your abdominal muscles and tilt your chin slightly toward your chest.
Step 4: Continue activating until your torso curls toward your thighs. Your shoulders should lift up but your tailbone and lower back should remain on the mat.
Step 5: As you inhale, lower back down slowly to the floor or mat.https://www.webmd.com/fitness-exercise/best-exercises-abs-general#1