The Secret of Selena Gomez’s Trainer to Exercise Abdomen

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Lately, POPSUGAR had an interview with the extraordinary celeb trainer Amy Rosoff Davis, Selena Gomez’s trainer who guides this celebrity through her fitness routine (especially in her Revival Tour).

POPSUGAR’s question

Looking at the body figure Selena Gomez and other Hollywood’s female super stars which deserves a big round of applause, POPSUGAR asked Amy an extremely important question: how do you train your abs?

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Amy Rosoff Davis’s answer

Amy answered that the secret is the plank exercise. There are various plank moves: pikes, single-legs, elbow to hands, mountain climbers and it is important that you implement each one correctly.

The most remarkable benefit of plank is that if you properly do planks, you can not only get a slimmer and firmer abdomen, but also train your whole body.


5 Exercises

Below are more than 5 photos of 5 different abdomen exercises which will help you feel healthy, energetic and confident. 

1.Plank

  • Start resting on all fours.
  • With your palms flat, raise up off your knees onto your toes. Keep your hands directly below your shoulders.Contract your abs to keep yourself up and prevent your bottom from sticking up
  • Remember to keep your belly button pulled in.
  • With your head and spine in line, keep your back flat — don't let it curve. Picture your body as a long, straight board.

2. Modified Plank on Knees

  • Start an all fours and walk your hands forward until your body forms a straight line from your head to your knees.
  • Keep your abs lifting away from the floor and do not allow your pelvis to sag.
  • Lift your feet toward your butt to engage your hamstrings and glutes.

3. Elbow Plank

  • Start on the floor, resting on your forearms and knees.
  • Step your feet out one at a time, coming back into plank position.
  • Contract your abs to prevent your booty from sticking up or sinking. Your spine should be parallel to the floor with your abs pulling toward the ceiling.

4. Circling Plank

  • Begin in an elbow plank with your forearms resting on the top of a ball.
  • Keeping your core strong and your body still, use your arms to roll the ball in small counterclockwise circles in each direction.

5. Elbow Side Plank

  • Come into an elbow plank position and roll to your right side, allowing your feet to roll too, so you're balancing on the outside of your right foot, stacking your left foot on your right.
  • Place your left hand gently behind your head. Press your left inner thigh up into your right inner thigh; this helps stabilize you even more.

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