Wiz Khalifa has been getting after it in the gym, and he just showed off the results of his hard work in a semi-shirtless photo. The rapper, known for tracks like ‘Black and Yellow’ and ‘See You Again’, bared his heavily-tattooed torso on Instagram to flaunt his lean, muscular physique, complete with abs and defined V-cut.
“Gym been workin,” he wrote in the caption. Understated, sure, but no less true.
If one of your fitness goals for 2022 is to shred your abs, but you’re not sure quite where or how to start, we’ve got you covered. The Men’s Health fitness team has just launched the 30-Day Ab Challenge, designed to help you sculpt your six-pack by simply adding a habit to your daily routine. Each workout in the challenge only takes five minutes, meaning you can easily add it on at the start or end of your pre-existing training routine.
Or, if you’re more interested in trying a full ab workout, trainer Jeremy Ethier recently shared his equipment-free workout, which includes core-torching bodyweight-only exercises including crunches, reverse crunches, walkouts, and Russian twists. Elsewhere, Athlean-X founder Jeff Cavaliere has designed a “go-to” ab workout that only takes 11 minutes to complete.
Alternatively, you can follow the advice of strength coach Eugene Teo, who breaks down the three components of the core—rectus abdominis, transverse abdominis, and obliques—and how to most effectively train each of them for maximal strength and definition.
Philip Ellis is a freelance writer and journalist from the United Kingdom covering pop culture, relationships and LGBTQ+ issues.
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