Cindy Crawford's New Abs Workout Video Is a Major 90s Flashback
It has been several decades since Cindy Crawford first released a workout video, but she still has the moves. The 55-year-old supermodel, whose Cindy Crawford Workout video was one of the biggest of the decade, is still into offering exercise guidance — only now, she is doing it for free on social media. On Monday, she revealed her exact "ab burner" workout in a video clip via Instagram, set to the same tune as her 1992 video. Read on to learn about the workout that helps Cindy Crawford stay in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bikini Photos!
Crawford Shared Some "Monday Motivation"
"A little Monday motivation. My trainer @sarahperla1"—that's trainer Sarah Hagaman—and I put together this little ab routine. Below for step by step if you want to try it out for yourself!" she captioned the video, which is set to the hit 1991 song "Crazy" by Seal — heavily featured in her trademark workout video. "Perform each move for listed number of reps increasing after each time through! 3 rounds 20-30-40! "
Exercise 1: Standing Bicycle Crunch
With her arm behind her head, she raised each knee to the opposite arm, executing a standing bicycle crunch.
Exercise 2: Sumo Squat to Side Crunch
With her feet in sumo squat position (feet facing outward) and hand behind her neck, Cindy completed a sumo squat side to side crunch.
Exercise 3: Low Plank Ab Saw
This move, low plank ab, involves getting into plank position and moving back and forth like a see saw. She suggests doing four reps, holding, and repeating.
Exercise 4: Low Plank with Alternating Knee Taps
Low plank with alternating knee taps involves getting into plank position and then bending each knee toward the floor, tapping gently.
Exercise 5: Hamstring Hold with Alternating Scissors
Laying on her back with legs straight, the hamstring hold with alternating scissors involves raising one leg at a time up toward the ceiling and alternating.
Exercise 6: Bicycle Crunches
Bicycle crunches are a fundamental core exercise. While laying on the back with knees bent and arm behind the neck, crunch each knee to opposite elbow and repeat with other side.
Exercise 7: Kneeling Plank with Reach
Alternating kneeling plank involves reaching elbow to knee and extending the arm forward while sending the knee back. "Switch sides," she reminds.
Exercise 8: Side Body Raises to Crunch
Side body raises to oblique crunch involves laying on your side with legs straight out, lifting them up while crunching toward them. Switch sides.
Here is the video in full: