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Arrow 6 pack abs(Please read) - January 11th 2009, 07:48 PM

Ok so i need some help i want to get a six pack im not fat and im willing to eat different and workout but i need tips advise and help. Please any advise is welcomed


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Re: 6 pack abs(Please read) - January 11th 2009, 09:51 PM

First you have to realize that it's not gonna happen overnight. It looks like you've got that part covered.
Six-packs come from two different things:
1. Having ab muscles (upper, lower and side)
2. Having a body fat % on the lower end of healthy

The first part you get by doing ab exercises. Crunches are good and easy to do. Bicycles are even better (lie on your back, tense your ab muscles and pull your right elbow to your left knee, then left elbow to right knee, continue). Bridges (going into the push-up position, only on your elbows instead of your hands and holding--start by aiming for 30s and move up from there.) and side bridges (lie on your side. lift yourself up on one elbow and lift your hips from the floor. Don't lean forward. Keep your back straight. Hold it like a bridge) help, too.
To cut down body fat, you need to do cardio exercize and eat healthily. That's pretty much it. Hill running is supposed to be super-good.
TALK TO A DOCTOR before you start drastically changing your diet. You can probably find a gym and hire a personal trainer for just one hour to teach you a bunch more exercizes.


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Re: 6 pack abs(Please read) - January 11th 2009, 09:56 PM

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First you have to realize that it's not gonna happen overnight. It looks like you've got that part covered.
Six-packs come from two different things:
1. Having ab muscles (upper, lower and side)
2. Having a body fat % on the lower end of healthy

The first part you get by doing ab exercises. Crunches are good and easy to do. Bicycles are even better (lie on your back, tense your ab muscles and pull your right elbow to your left knee, then left elbow to right knee, continue). Bridges (going into the push-up position, only on your elbows instead of your hands and holding--start by aiming for 30s and move up from there.) and side bridges (lie on your side. lift yourself up on one elbow and lift your hips from the floor. Don't lean forward. Keep your back straight. Hold it like a bridge) help, too.
To cut down body fat, you need to do cardio exercize and eat healthily. That's pretty much it. Hill running is supposed to be super-good.
TALK TO A DOCTOR before you start drastically changing your diet. You can probably find a gym and hire a personal trainer for just one hour to teach you a bunch more exercizes.
So, basically, I agree with everything said here.


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Re: 6 pack abs(Please read) - January 11th 2009, 10:10 PM

I agree with what was said above =D

Also, you can talk to your health/gym teacher at school, they should be a ble to give you some healthy tips.


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