21 Day Flat Belly Abs & Core Plan by Luke Rattue

21 Day Flat Belly Abs & Core Plan

Noticeably flatter and more defined abs in just 21 days! 

Train With Demi

This is the workout plan Demi follows most evenings to sculpt and tone her belly. Follow her exact routine coupled with our healthy eating guide for rapid results. 

Are you ready to transform your abs?

The 21 day flat belly abs and core workout plan promises to give you noticeably flatter and more defined abs in just 21 days when combined with our simple to follow healthy eating plan.

The 21 day workout plan has three intensity levels and 12 workouts meaning you can repeat the workout plan up to three times! For a progressive workout that will constantly challenge your core muscles over the next 3-9 weeks. 

No equipment, no worries, this ab workout is equipment free meaning you can do it absolutely anywhere. 

We've also included a fun abs workout game to for an ever evolving ab workout. 

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What's Included?

21 Day Flat Belly Abs & Core

HIIT Weekly 7 Day Healthy Eating Plan


Who is this plan for?

This plan is perfect from a complete beginner right up to the advanced. We have included three levels for each workout that get progressively harder. 

If level one is too easy, simply do what you can and build up to level one. 

I can't do sit ups, will I be able to complete the workouts?

Yes, the plan doesn't have any sit ups, just crunches. 

Can I do it at home?

Yes, this plan is equipment free meaning you can do it anywhere. We would however suggest that you use an exercise or yoga mat as its softer on your coccyx (tail bone).

How long does it take to complete the program?

The plan start to finish is programmed for 3 weeks, 4 workouts a week. however, because there are three levels per workout it could actually be a 9 week plan. or even 12 if you find level one too difficult and need a few weeks to adapt and get stronger. 

How long is each workout?

The workouts vary in length but typically start at 10 minutes. Each week as you progress through the plan the workouts get harder and longer.