ALTHOUGH everyone’s bodies are different, it’s interesting to see if someone else’s workout routine would be just as effective for you as it is for them.
One curious fan tried Kendall Jenner’s 11-minute ab routine for two weeks and was shocked by the visible results.
According to People Magazine, Kendall Jenner’s ab workout can be done at home without equipment.
Her routine consists of 13 exercises, beginning with a 30-second forearm plank.
Next, she moves into a 30-second high plank and a 15-second side plank on both sides.
Staying in a side plank, she does five reps of crunches on each side and then moves back into a regular plank.
In the regular plank, she alternates a 15-second single-arm/leg plank.
Next comes a 15-second rocking plank, followed by five reps of a knee-to-elbow plank on each side.
Then comes the sets of crunches.
Twenty reps of standard crunches are followed by a 30-second bicycle crunch and 20-second vertical crunch.
Next, she does 15 reps of frog crunches and 15 reps of twisted crunches.
The routine finishes with 15 leg lifts on each side.
TikTok user Darcie Ratcliff posted a video showing the results of her attempt at doing Kendall’s workout every day for two weeks.
She starts the video by showing what her body looked like at the start of the two weeks.
“This is me tensing and relaxed,” she explains.
“And here’s what I look like today,” Darcie says, switching to a present clip of her.
Compared to the old clip of her, Darcie’s stomach appears flatter and more toned.
She plans on continuing to do the workout every day and adds that she’s also trying to be more mindful of what she eats.
Viewers appreciated how she showed not only the before and after shots but the difference between what her stomach looked like when she was flexed and relaxed.
“Love you for showing tensing and relaxed form queen,” one commenter noted.
Another viewer asked if she was “dieting.”
But Darcie just said she was focusing on eating nutritious food and wasn’t counting her calories.
“If you guys want real results, you have to make it constant and a lifestyle, not just two weeks,” one commenter added.