Make this variant of the traditional iron and get ready to have a six-pack.
If you know how to iron, you are one step away from mastering the best exercise to sculpt a six-pack.
However, there are dozens of variations of this exercise that can be most effective at marking your torso – as long as you’re willing to work hard.
Men? S Health’s director of fitness, BJ Gaddour, Certified Fitness and Strengthening Specialist (CSCS), suggests this variant of this exercise that forces your torso to stabilize – quickly and repeatedly – as you switch the weight of your body from front to back like a soldier dragging you to the ground.
Once you’ve mastered the exercise, include it in your upper body workout, or do a couple of sets of all you can do well for a minute or two before you start or finish your workout.