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Taylor Lautner Ab Workout

After reading through the interview that Men’s Fitness Magazine did with Taylor Lautner, I decided to try his workout and show you what these exercises consisted of.

You and your teenage daughters know who Taylor is from New Moon, the second movie of the Twilight series.

Taylor got into martial arts at a very young age and was able to build a strong core through that. He had always been very thin and due to the fact that they needed a more muscular male to play the role of Jacob Black in the movie, he had to get serious about putting on some weight.

Taylor was able to add 20 pounds of muscle mass in only nine months.

Don’t expect the same results, but do try this routine. I like it and will do it more often in the future.

Helpful items for this workout
Bowflex Heart Rate Monitor Watch Valeo Ab Straps

Taylor Lautner Negative Chin Ups

  • 8-10 Reps: Quickly pull yourself up using any hand grip that you prefer.
  • Squeeze at the top of the pull and hold for 1-2 seconds.
  • Lower yourself slowly with a 3-4 count.
Negative Chin Ups

Negative Chin Ups

Taylor Lautner Resistance Push Ups

  • 20 Reps: Using a resistance band, add tension to your body weight push ups.
  • This can also be done by wrapping two resistance bands (tied to plates or dumbbells) around each side of the barbell when doing bench press for a better stabilizer press with more resistance.
Resistance Push Ups or Bench Press

Resistance Push Ups or Bench Press

Full Circle Straight Leg Raise:

  • 6-10 Reps: From a hanging position (hang from a bar or use ab straps as shown below) lift your legs in a circular motion keeping good form throughout.
  • Try to keep your legs straight.
  • Works on your abs, obliques, back and core strength.
Full Circle Straight Leg Raise

Full Circle Straight Leg Raise

Ball Knee Tuck

  • 10 Reps: Using a large balance ball (or a basketball as seen below) start with your back on the ground and your heels up on the ball.
  • lift your butt into the air to where only your shoulders are touching the floor.
  • Roll the ball as far as you can into your butt and then stretch back out to starting position.
  • See video above for better visual instructions.
Ball Knee Tuck

Ball Knee Tuck

Ball Plank Knee Tuck

  • 10 Reps: Start in a plank position with your feet up (shins balancing) on a ball.
  • Roll the ball up to tuck your knees into your chest and return to starting position.
  • Repeat and try to keep your balance the entire exercise.
  • Great for core strengthening.
Ball Plank Knee Up

Ball Plank Knee Up

Super Man or Prone Cobra

  • 4 Reps try to hold for 30 seconds each rep: Start with your stomach on the floor, legs straight back and your arms straight out to your sides, palms on floor.
  • Lift your feet, shoulders, arms and head off of the floor. Point your thumbs to the sky and hold the pose for 20-30 seconds before relaxing for 5 seconds.
  • Repeat.
  • In a flexed pose, your pelvis and lower abs sill be the only thing touching the floor.
  • Great core exercise.
SuperMan - Prone Cobra

SuperMan - Prone Cobra

Leg Raise Press Up

  • 10 -20 Reps: Lay flat on your back with your arms out and your legs straight.
  • Raise your feet up so that your legs are at a 30 to 45 degree angle.
  • Raise your legs to a 90 degree angle and lift your butt off of the ground as to press your heels into the ceiling.
  • Try to get your butt up as high as you can (at least 2 inches)
  • Lower your tail bone back to the floor and slowly lower your legs back to a 45 degree angle before repeating.
Leg Raise Press Ups

Leg Raise Press Ups

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