Monday, June 19, 2017

How do I get abs without working out?

One of the most frequently asked question about 6 pack abs is How do I get abs without working out? Now the answer is very simple, one cannot simply get abs without training them. Secondly, I always recommend people to be physically active or else every couch potato would have got the 6-pack abs. when i mean workout it can mean any form of activity be it running or doing physically demanding work and stuff.

 Always remember this golden rule when it comes to abs, its 80% diet and 20% exercise. Have you heard the saying “what you eat is what you are”? it is very true when it comes to 6 pack abs.

It all depends on your body fat percentage! If you are willing to put in hard work and time, consider the following:

To have a six pack it’s important that you must have low body fat to have the six-pack visible. Building a six pack is very easy considering your body fat is already under control if not it takes time. abs are like any other muscle, matter of fact abs are smaller group of muscle which can be trained relatively easily.

Vegetables (except for potatoes) are so low calorie you can eat as much as you want and not get fat. In fact, the more vegetables you eat the fuller you'll get without having consumed many calories. I use Bodymedia fit core armband to track fitness level and build a healthier lifestyle.

Junk food, on the other hand, is hyper palatable. This means the more you eat, the more you WANT to eat. It's like eating ice cream isn't going to fill you up, it's probably going to make you want more ice cream.

I have outlined some of the abs routine, they are:

Sit-ups which targets the upper and hits secondarily lower abs.
Leg Raises: they are great exercise which for lower abs and if done correctly can give you great results.

Lying leg raises plus Crunch: this is another variation which hits both upper and the lower abs.

Knee-ins: these are another great exercise for lower abs

Reverse crunches: this is another variation which hits both upper and the lower abs.

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