What is the "8 Minute Abs" workout?

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The 8 Minute Abs workout is an exercise routine created by a company called Fitness Blender. The exercises target the abdominal area and help people accelerate their weight loss and achieve more toned stomach muscles.

Fitness Blender stresses that it is impossible to tone the abdominal area by just doing crunches alone. The company recommends doing a variety of stomach-targeting exercises, as well as some form of cardiovascular workouts in order to achieve maximum weight loss and toning. They also suggest maintaining a healthy, clean diet. The abdominal exercises in the 8 Minute Abs program include leg raises, standing toe touches and variations on traditional stomach crunches.

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If 30 minutes of Taebo = 400 cal then divide by 30=13.333. 1 minute *8=106.666.I think because there is a warm up and a cool down it is probably about 75 -100 cal for 8 min. Other
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