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Key Features

30 Challenging Exercises To Work Your Entire Core.

The routines in 30 Day Abs Challenge have been designed from the ground up by ROC Personal Training to ensure all areas of your core are being hit in every class. Most 30 Day Challenge Apps aren’t designed by Personal Trainers, so this really makes 30 Day Abs the ultimate 30 Day Challenge.

Detailed Video Tuition With Written Steps.

We have recorded over 60 videos to ensure that each days class is perfectly introduced, and each exercise is demonstrated in partnership with the written steps.

Share Your Progress On Twitter and Facebook.

Each Class of the 30 Day Abs Challenge really is hard work, so we have included some excellent sharing features in 30 Day Abs so you can show all your friends what you’ve achieved!

View Your Facebook Friends Progress, And Encourage Them!

If you sign up to the app using Facebook you can view your friends’ progress, and also encourage them along to the finish line!

Ongoing Stat Tracking Over Your Entire 30 Day Challenge.

In order for our users to get the best out of 30 Day Abs we’ve included personal stat tracking so you can view each days performance so you know what you have to beat.

Set Reminders at the end of every day in-app.

At the end of each class we give you the option to set a reminder in your device to come back and complete the next days class.

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Video & Written Tuition

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Anyone Can Join In!

Here’s a video & written example of just how easy 30 Day Abs is to follow
Lie flat on your back with your feet flat on the ground with your knees bent at a 90 degree angle.
Now place your hands lightly on your legs.
While pushing the small of your back down in the floor to better isolate your abdominal muscles, begin to roll your shoulders off the floor.
Push down hard with your lower back as you contract your abdominals and exhale. Your shoulders should come up four inches, and your lower back on the floor. At the top, contract your abdominals hard and hold briefly.
After the one second contraction, begin to come down slowly again to the starting position as you inhale.