Real Time Abs and Core Strength Workout

Jun 21, 2013 by



Hello My Loves ,

Today I have one more Real Time Abs Workout to add to Loving Fit library of workouts. This routine is under 12 minutes long, but it will be a great addition to mix in with other strength training routines.  Since this routine is real time, you can follow me along in the video or you can write it down and do it on your own.  Make sure you watch me explain the proper form of each exercise in the video.

For all the newbies on Loving Fit

If you are new to Loving Fit I recommend to check out ” Creating Your Workout Plan ” post. There you will be able to see how I put together my routines, and you can find something for your own fitness level. My philosophy is: Form is always more important than speed, so WATCH YOUR FORM!

Things to remember before, during and after your workout

  1. Warm-Up
  2. Always Practice Good Form
  3. Stretch



Workout Explanation


All I was using in this workout is my Gymboss Timer and a balance ball. This routine is in 2 parts, 1st part is 7 minutes long and consists of 2 rounds, of 3 exercises. Second part is metabolic and works your core incredibly as well, that part is 4.5 minutes long.

Part one

Set your Gymboss Timer for 2 intervals, 10/1:00 = 6 ( you will have 10 second break to get into the second exercise. There are 3 exercises and 2 rounds of each.

  • Plank & Stretch-out
  • Double Touch
  • Leg Switch and Heel Touch

Part 2

Set your Gymboss Timer for 2 intervals, 15/30 = 6
There is only 1 exercise, make sure you really watch your form, that’s why the break interval is 15 seconds.

  • Diagonal Oblique Climber Jump


Have a wonderful weekend my Lovies,



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  • Yoslaine

    Hi Tati! I followed your upper body and abs challenges, and I have been thinking that it would be great if you create a week w-o plan as a challenge, that way we would all have a better idea of how to w-o on a daily basis 🙂
    Thank you!

    • Hi Yoslaine,

      That is a very good idea! Let me think about how I can do that and I will definitely come up with something.

  • Yoslaine

    Thank you so much Tati! Looking forward to that :))

  • meebrbey

    is it ok to do a different lower body wo every other day for a week, then do a different upper body wo every other day the next week or is that to much? i have the body type that doesn’t build muscle easily, in fact it’s difficult to build muscle and look defined and toned..i’m skinny but jiggly..thanks for your help.

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    hey Tati, been a while since I checked in with you, looking good girl, and your hair is getting long :)) I’m growing mine out too, this looks like a nice little number, thanks for posting :))

  • Lili Suke

    wow, such a great ab workout! i feel my abs from all the sides now 🙂 thank u Tati

  • oberlee

    I was going to do this today, but I realized that I need to take today off, so I’ll do it soon. I agree with Gerri Lee–love the hair! the color is nice, too. I’ve recently stopped highlighting my hair so it’s similar to yours, which is my natural color, a kind of dark blonde. Cheers!

  • oberlee

    I finally did this–great! I loved how short it was, too, but still intense. the next time I do it will be the real test, though–second time through I always think your ab routines are much harder. 😀 Followed with a nice 30 min run/jog.

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  • Amazing and easy
    workouts for training and strengthening abs and core muscles. It’s an
    introductory workout for newbies to sweat it out, hence not that intensive.
    Can actually help to increase stamina levels and in turn make you work more

  • Rosalmeida

    Hey Tat. I did this one today’s morning. The first one (on part 1) burns a lot on the shoulders, and overall they burn a lot on the abs. The exercise on the second part is a killer on the quads as well!, I really struggled with this one 🙂