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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?

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     Fitness Tips For 5/7/2014

How To Get a Small Waist and Abs

Big Bad Obliques Many people realize the importance of the midsection and are eager to work on it. Sometimes, however, that eagerness can lead to a costly error. And that error is serious enough to undo most of the waist training effort put in. What is the error? Loading up the obliques. The obliques are the muscles that lie at the side of the midsection. When developed, they look great. So what’s the problem with hitting the obliques hard? You can hit them as hard as you want as long as you don't use weights to do so. Vince Gironda pointed out that building up the muscles of the obliques makes your waist appear a lot thicker. It actually adds inches to your midsection and destroys the V shape. Adding inches, even if they are muscle, is going to make you look thicker, not leaner. And if you do happen to have a bit of fat around the mid-section, then bloating up the obliques makes the middle appear even worse. The main culprit for putting unwanted inches on the middle via the obliques is the weighted side bend. Side bends are fine as long as you don't use weights. Some people not only use dumbbells to train their obliques – they use very heavy dumbbells. And this makes their obliques heavy and thick, and the waist heavy and thick in turn. Go ahead and work your midsection hard, but don't overload the obliques with weight training. Use body weight only to target this side section of your middle. Save the weight loads for the legs, chest and other areas that you really want to get heavier and thicker. Submit A Fitness Tip If you have a tip you'd like to share e-mail it to us
How To Get a Small Waist and Abs

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