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6 Exercises to Get a V-Line Shape Girls Go Crazy Over

Six-pack abs are arguably the most desired physical feature for fitness enthusiasts. And save for the rare case, six-pack abs are visual proof of dedicated exercise and sound nutrition. But there's one addition to the classic six-pack that takes your body to the next level: A v-cut stomach — the hallmark of a lean, athletic physique.

To build it, you'll need to dedicate your nutrition and stay in a caloric deficit. Then, you'll need to exercise with compound exercises as well as specific ab work to add the finishing touches. With consistent hard-work, a v-cut stomach will be yours.

What Is a V-Cut Stomach?

The v-cut is the product of low body fat and dense ligaments that mark the barrier of your rectus abdominis, or your six pack, muscles. To optimize your ab development and get a v-cut stomach you need a very low body fat, often between 4 and 7 percent, and well-developed, muscular abs.

1. Hanging leg raises

Raise your legs until your thighs make a 90° angle. Knees should be bent a bit. Stay in this position for a second and then lower your legs.

You can repeat this exercise 3 times (10-20 reps) or until you feel the burn.

2. Reverse crunches

Lay down on your back with your legs raised and knees bent. Stretch your arms out with your palms touching the ground. Let your legs drop down at their own speed. Your knees should come toward your chest.

Do 3 sets of 20 reps.

3. Lying leg raises

For this exercise, lay down. Your back should be flat on the floor, hands on the floor at your sides, and your feet should be together. Try to keep your knees as straight as you can and lift your feet up.

Do 3 sets of 15-20 reps.

4. Ab wheel

For this exercise, hold the ab roller with both hands and place it on the floor in front of you.

Slowly stretch your body by rolling the ab roller out in front of you. Don’t touch the floor and try to get down as far as you can. Then, pull yourself back.

Do 3-4 sets of 10-15 reps.

5. Stability Ball Rollout

 Begin by kneeling with your elbows resting on a stability ball. Brace the abs as if you were doing a plank, the slowly extend your arms in front of your torso.

Roll out slowly until you feel the stretch in your abs, pause for one second, the roll the ball back in. Do two sets of 10 reps on the stability ball rollout. Once stability ball rollouts become easy, move on to the next exercise.

6. Ab V Hold

Do this exercise at the end of the routine. Form the letter V with your body. You need to stay in this position for at least 30 seconds to 2 minutes.