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Shrink Your Waistline

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 Abdominal Muscle Guide
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     Fitness Tips For 7/1/2015
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Number One Abdominal Exercise

There are dozens and dozens of abdominal exercises and most of them work pretty good for targeting the abs. Some people make the mistake of not portioning their ab training into two components but trainer Phil Campbell says it is best to work the abs with a systematic and smart plan of working the abdominal region. Phil notes that you don't need a ton of exercise to do the trick. How Much? What you need is to work the upper abs with 4 sets of 20 reps, and then to work the lower abs with 2 sets of 20 reps. But the big question is "reps with what?" What are the ultimate number one abdominal exercises for the upper and lower ab regions? Upper Abs For the upper abs, it is the heavy quarter crunch. This is all you need to blow out your upper abs. You don't need to do full crunches or sit ups or anything like that. The muscle is fully worked in a quarter of the area that most people move it through. And you need to go relatively heavy, so you use a heavy dumbbell to get the job done. Start with a light dumbbell, for sure, but work up to a heavy dumbbell use for the quarter crunch. Lower Abs For the lower ab area, you just can't beat the hip roll. This movement targets the lower ab area better than anything else and really gives it a great workout. The hip roll is performed by lying face upward on a bench, knees raised and feet crossed at the ankles. Your buttocks should be at the edge of the bench. Slowly lower your hips below the bench level as far as you can then slowly bring your lower body back up as far as possible for one full rep. These exercises are the top guns of the upper and lower ab training approaches and all you need for awesome abs. Spend the rest of your training time on other muscle groups. Submit A Fitness Tip If you have a tip you'd like to share e-mail it to us
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Number One Abdominal Exercise

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