Would you like to tighten and firm your abs more? You are probably already tired of crunches routines. If you are no longer a fan of doing crunches, try something new. Spice things up with a stability ball; it will get you the killer workout for your abs.

Thus, for your core workout, try these 6 stability ball exercises and you will definitely get abs of steel. Check them out:

1. Stability Ball Standing Side Bend

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Stand holding the ball overhead;
Make sure your elbows are bent and out to the sides;
Place your feet shoulder-width apart;
Slowly lift your right knee to the side;
Pull right elbow down to meet it;
Return to starting position;
Then, repeat on the other side;
Do this exercises for 3 sets of 10 reps.

2. Stability Ball Knee Tucks

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Position on all fours with your abs on the stability ball;
Make sure your hands and feet are on the floor;
Stretch your legs back and keep your hands under your shoulders;
Firm your core and slowly walk your hands forward;
This is where your feet should lift off the floor;
Keep walking out until your quads or knees rest on the ball in a plank position;
Then, slowly bend your knees in towards your chest;
This way, the ball should roll forward;
Tuck your knees under your torso as your hips lift towards the ceiling;
Slowly straighten your legs;
Then, roll the ball out to the starting position;
Perform this exercise in 3 sets of 10 reps.

3. Windshield Wipers

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Lie flat on your back;
Make sure your arms are stretched out to each side;
Your palms should be flat on the ground;
Squeeze the stability ball in between your feet;
While squeezing, slowly raise your legs to the ceiling;
Maintaining the squeeze, lower your legs to one side;
Be careful to not raise your upper back or arms off the floor;
Then, return the ball back to the center and repeat on the opposite side;
Aim for 3 sets of 10 reps on each side.

4. Stability Ball V-Pass

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Lie face up on the floor with your arms and feet extended;
Grab the stability ball with your both hands;
In one continuous movement, firm core and start lifting your arms and legs off the ground;
Make sure to keep your legs and arms straight the entire time;
Transfer the ball from your hands to your feet;
Then, slowly, start lowering back down to the floor;
Aim for 3 sets of 10 reps.

5. Stability Ball Roll Outs Rolling Plank

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Bend your knees and kneel on the floor in front of your ball;
Make sure you are resting your forearms on top;
Keep your abs tight and your back straight;
Lift your knees from the floor, balancing between your forearms and toes;
Hold, and continue to breathe normally;
Start rolling forward;
Then, as you are rolling back, get into a plank position;
Hold it there for a few seconds;
Then repeat again;
Aim for 3 sets of 10 reps.

6. Superman Ball Lifts

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Lie on your belly, and hold an exercise ball between your feet;
Engage your abs, and extend your arms straight out in front of you;
As you inhale, squeeze the ball and lift your knees, arms, and chest off the floor;
Hold for a count of 10, and then slowly release your body back to the floor;
Complete 3 sets of 10 reps.