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Did You Know That...
"Arnold Schwarzenegger called this the most crucial area for
mastering your physique!"
Are You Spending All Your Time Working Every Muscle Area
but the Most Important?
Fail to get this area right and the rest of your training
won't add up to much at all. Unfortunately many people fall
into this trap.
Have you been putting most of your training emphasis on
the wrong areas?
Checkout The Incredible Shrinking Waist
Fitness Tips For 3/27/2013
8 Pack Abs Workout
Being able to show all 8 abs on your body comes from a very specific
type of training but also nutrition. Losing fat so that you can
actually see your abs in the first place is the first step and it
all has to do with your daily nutrition and the amount of cardio
that you do.
You simply have to stop eating junk food if you are serious about
this or at-least eat junk food only once a week. Your body looks
like what you do to it every day and not once a week so bare that
in mind. You need to cut down on fat which means cook low fat foods
and go for the good fats like omega 3 fats which are found in fish
and nuts and also use olive oil to cook.
You also need to make sure that you eat dark green veggies they are
the best for you, and eat fruits and fresh juice. Drink a lot of
water, this will help you build and repair your ab muscles but also
this will increase your blood volume hence improving the
transportation of essential nutrients around your body.
Protein is vital because you are building muscle and you need to get
that done with good quality protein like chicken, fish, eggs and many
other sources. The above are the basics that need to integrate into
your life if you are going to get any success showing your 8 pack.
To get down to the actual business of training your abs we need to
look at some of the many different abs exercises that we can choose
from. But it is important to note that it is more the execusion and
the form that you do the exercise in that makes the difference. It
is recommended that you do about 20-25 reps for 4 sets.
Here are just a few choices that you could choose from: crunches,
weighted crunches, reverse crunches, sit-ups, hanging leg raises,
captains chair leg raises, lying on the floor leg lifts/raises,
jack knife sit-up exercise, planks, side planks, v-ups, oblique
v-ups, hanging oblique twists, bicycles lying on your back, reverse
The last point to remember is the control of the rate at which your
body can process fat on your body and the best way to help that along
is with cardio. It is cardio workouts that will burn the fat on your
stomach that prevents your abs from being visible.
There are a lot of cardio exercises to choose from you can choose
which ever one you prefer. You could jog, cycle, do martial arts,
play soccer, play tennis, swim for many laps, pool exercise like
trying to run in water more like walking, ride your bicycle or the
one at the gym, run on a treadmill, do those cardio exercise like
taebo, sprint or dance. Do this to get your sweat on and feel heated
up as your heart rate goes up and your metabolic rate increases and
you will burn some fat and reveal that 8 pack you have been working
hard to create.
For more information go to Abdominal Muscle Guide
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8 Pack Abs Workout
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