Dr Oz: Tyson Beckford Washboard Abs
Dr. Oz’s show on “Could You Survive” topics, including could you stay awake for 24 hours, could you survive on Tom Brady and Gisele’s Diet, could you wear Kim Kardashian’s Waist Trainer for a day and could you do Khole Kardashian’s ladder run workout? Then, Dr. Oz asked “Could survive a day on Tyson Beckford’s ab regimen?” Tyson admitted he first started paying attention to his abs when he was 13-years-old. He would do ab workouts like 500-1,000 crunches, all in one day! But of course, you can do all the crunches you want and never see any results if you’re eating the wrong things.
Tyson shared his go-to Belly Busting Smoothie but said the key is to drink a lot of water throughout the day as well. Wait until you see the recipe on the next page…
Dr Oz: Tyson Beckford’s Belly-Busting Smoothie Recipe
- 1 C kale – chopped
- 1/2 grapefruit – sliced
- 1 celery stalk – cut into chunks
- 1/2 apple – chopped
- 1/2 orange – sliced
- 1/4 avocado – sliced
Simply blend all the ingredients together and enjoy. You’ll certainly want to pair this tasty smoothie with some of Tyson’s favorite exercises like the ones you can read about next…
Dr Oz: Tyson Beckford Ab Workout Regimen
Tyson starts with a plank, saying he can hold it for five minutes straight, but you’ll likely have to work up to that length of time. To hold a plank position, balance on your forearms and your toes, keeping your entire body in a straight, horizontal line. If you’re a beginner, you’ll likely want to start with 15 seconds, 30 seconds, or a minute.
Dr Oz: How Many Crunches Can Tyson Beckford Do?
Once you do a plank, you can move right into some crunches with your feet elevated. Find a couch, bed or chair and prop your feet up while you lay on your back and then lift your head and shoulders off the ground while you flex and tighten your abs, then lay back down and relax.