As a fat loss trainer, I never allow my clients to do all sorts of abs workout for the simple reason that it would be a tremendous pressure on them.
I understand that they, like others, would love to have strong abs (if not 6 packs!) or strong core, but they can be only trained in this line when their BMI goes down below 30, and not before.
Before I proceed, I want to tell you something. Many people think that core and abs are different. No… when you work out your “core”, it means you are working out your obliques, upper abs, lower abs, and finally, stabilizers (to stabilize your core).
There are more than 50 abs workout for building strong core. Let us take a look at some of the best abs workout that are not so difficult to perform by both men and women.
The following videos (under two sections—Abs Workout with Bodyweight and Abs Workout with Equipment) are a must watch for self-learning or for getting some ideas of how to do each abs workout. Of course, your fitness trainer is always there to help you out with each.