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Ab Exercises for the Busy Worker

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Abs Exercises for the Busy Person

Abs Exercises for the Busy Person

In today’s day and age it’s hard to find time for ab exercises, especially for the busy worker. You know how the busy and hectic lifestyle is, gotta pick up the kids, prepare dinner, pay the bills! It just never seems like there is enough time in the day.

This hectic lifestyle has played a role on our bodies and has resulted in neglecting personal care for ourselves. How can we achieve the physique that we desire if we don’t have the time to? Most people’s ‘problem’ area is their abdominal area and stomach area. We all want that lean muscular six pack, but how can we achieve it without alot of time?

I personally suggest a diet if your busy lifestyle won’t allow you to partake in joining a gym, running, or other physical and cardiovascular activity. A healthy diet will go a long way due to the fact that you will begin to remove that fat build up around the stomach area. In order to achieve six pack chiseled abs we need to remove that layer of fat.

Put the ab exercises to the side for a moment and focus on your nutritional intake. Start by switching to a lower fat and lower calorie diet so that your body will start burning up the fat that has build up around your body. Your body will naturally do this as a result of the change in your diet and eliminate that fat so that it can be converted into energy.

The stomach is the first place that fat cells begin to build up, thus why it is so hard to maintain that stomach we had as a kid. As we get older our metabolism begins to slow down and thus becomes less and less efficient at burning the fat off. McDonalds and other things are the problem due to the saturated fat content! No more fast food and no more drive thru’s! You absolutely won’t achieve your goal if this is what you are doing.

Hundreds and thousands of sit ups won’t accomplish much, in fact research has shown that in order to achieve the best results it is necessary to have a healthy diet and nutrition. This is an effective and long term solution to eliminating and keeping off the fat. Not to mention the benefits received from having a healthier diet in the first place. You lower the risk of heart attack, increase energy levels, and will literally feel ‘clean’ after several months of dieting. I guarantee it.

If people follow what I just described of having a lower fat content diet, and sticking with natural products then you will begin to see huge results. Try and eat as many fruits and vegetables as you can, no fruit juice isn’t a good solution. You want to eliminate sugars and the added crap they put into those fruit juices and eat the real thing. Don’t try the alternatives. By following the low calorie and low fat diet your body will naturally begin to shed the fat and lower your overall body fat percentage. Now those exercises that you have been straining yourself with for hours and hours at a time will actually pay off! You will actually notice a difference, and almost overnight.

For further information regarding abs workout and a complete video tutorial and informational guide refer to the Abs Workout Homepage!


Written by tie5to

July 18, 2008 at 12:08 am

Six Pack Abs Development Myths

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Six pack abs development isn’t easy! You have seen the gizmo’s and gadgets claiming to turn your stomach into sexy abs in no time. As I’m sure you know that isn’t the way to develop the sexy six pack abs. I’m going to go over some myths about weight loss and some tips that will help get you on the right track of six pack abs development.

Myth 1: Don’t Eat Carbohydrates

Atkins diet and South Beach (remember these?) made this common myth popular. You heard the claims, eat protein and avoid carbohydrates and lose weight! That didn’t last long did it? Still though people have his perception that carbohydrates are evil and should be avoided like a plague. Carbohydrates are needed in any balanced diet, but don’t overdo it. It is still important to eat carbohydrates, especially after a workout when your body needs to be recharged.

Myth 2: Bad Genetics – I’m destined for failure!

Wrong! This is the biggest myth out there. Just because your parents were fat doesn’t mean that you too will be fat. Genetics does play a small role in the metabolic rate of someone, but thats the extent in regards to genetics. The most important factor in determining your success in any weight lose system is the amount of calories you intake daily. This combined with your physical activity in a single day determines how your body will react to those calories that have been consumed. Most of the time the people that claim bad genetics were taught poor nutrition and need to learn how to eat properly. That’s the only real problem that ‘genetics’ play in someones life, so step up and learn how to eat properly.

Myth 3: Avoid Fat

Most people claim to avoid all fat, regardless of its type in a diet. I know what your thinking, eat fat?! Are you crazy? Hear me out for a second, the key to effective fat control is to cut down on the dangerous fats and increase the intake of good fat. Yes there is an actual difference between good and bad fat. Trans fat is BAD fat and should be avoided at all costs, this is the deadly killer of any diet. Good fats are polyunsaturated and Omega-3 which can be found in things like fish, olive oil, and avocados.

Myth 4: Skip Meals

This is a very big problem for people that want to lose weight. They assume that if you simply stop eating that they will obviously lose weight. Wrong, this is a very unhealthy solution to the problem. Don’t be lazy, it comes down to the physical activity level. Regular meals are crucial to maintain a healthy metabolism. During these meals eat things that are beneficial to you and your health. Such as salads, fruits, vegetables and nuts! Things that are healthy and needed in a balanced die. Instead of that ice cream at Coldstone why not have a slice of Watermelon. If you just can’t resist your sweet tooth check out things like Frozen yogurt as it is typically free of added sugar and fat!

Myth 5: Avoid White Foods

This is a very common myth, people associate white foods to unhealthy food. That actually isn’t the case and there are many foods that are white in color and that provide a very healthy alternative. Here are some ideas: pears, nuts, avacado’s, etc. It’s all about the nutrition found in the foods, not the color that they are.

Myth 6: Grapefruit Solution

How this even got started I have no idea, but some people associate the grapefruit with the ability to lose weight. Some even go as far as saying that the grapefruit provides a miracle enzyme which is associated with losing weight. Sounds like another diet fad prophecy if you ask me! Don’t fall for it either, there has been no proof regarding this so called claim and may just be a great marketing ploy. Grapefruits are rich in lycopene which is a great source of ingredients that can help provide nutrients and cancer preventive as well.

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July 11, 2008 at 8:36 am

6 Pack Abs Workout Crunches

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It isn’t easy to generate those sexy abs is it? Well 6 pack abs workout via crunches actually isn’t the correct way to develop them so we need to change up your strategy a little bit. Obviously you are motivated enough and dedicated to researching how YOU can achieve your 6 pack abs. So let’s make sure you get started on the right path and begin developing those abs how you should.

Again, the key isn’t to creating a 6 pack abs workout via crunches. Creating them is really just a simple science, yes it really is a science. A simple science at that, all you need to do in order to get a six pack abs is to eat right, and exercise correctly. Developing a strategy can be frustrating at times but will be very rewarding when you finally look into the mirror and see those abs you always dream of.

The first goal for obtaining your washboard 6 pack abs is your nutritional intake. This can be broken down into several different catagories for nutritional intake depending on the time of day. For instance, the meal you have after you just worked out needs to be orientated differently then the meal you eat at lunch or dinner. I’m going to start with the basics of an overall general diet and then go into the basics for meals before and after working out.

Stay away from things like hydrogenated oils, processed foods, and corn syrup. These are the three killers of any wanna be six pack developer. The sad part is that those three things play a very active role in most peoples everyday ‘diet’. If you are serious about getting the abs that you want then you need to be serious about the food that enters your body. These chemicals will lead directly to unhealthy circumstances like heart disease, heart attack, cancer and other degenerative diseases. Did I mention cancer? Yes, it is a proven fact that the consumption of those chemicals can and will produce cancer forming cells in your body, so AVOID them at all costs.

Another very important thing to look for when building your diet is to buy products that are as close to their original natural state as possible. Don’t eat fake products like peanut butter, butter, and other processed alternatives to the real thing. You may think that because it’s described as low fat or even fat free that you are doing yourself a favor. It is actually quite the opposite. These items are packed with harmful chemicals and preservatives that attempt to alleviate the item of the ‘fat’. Stick with the real thing and have a work out plan, it’s really as simple as that. When you use these fake oils to cook with the actual vitamins and minerals are lost because of the chemicals. Consider steamed vegetables for an example, use a real organic free range butter rather then the fake butter alternatives. The nutrition and vitamins are lost when you use the fake oils to cook with.

What you eat is what matters most, especially after your workout. After working out your body is in a catabolic state where your bodies muscle glycogen is depleted and as a result your cortisol levels rise. It’s time to help your body during this process and rejuvinate it. You need a meal that will break down and digest easily and that will replenish your muscles with glycogen to get your body back to the anabolic state. Focus on finding a meal that has a two to one ratio with twice the amount of carbohydrates to protein.

This will help create an insulin spike to allow your pancreas to begin shuttling nutrients to the muscle cells and help with the replenishment of the muscles. Keep in mind that this is only after meals and your general meals shouldn’t be focused around this type of two to one ratio. Rather your general meals should have sources of healthy fats. Fat slows down the absorption of the meal so that throughout your day your body has food digesting and helps replenish your muscles over time.

Written by tie5to

July 11, 2008 at 8:31 am

Post Workout Nutrition and Snack Ideas

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Sculpt a Better Body with Proper Post-Workout Nutrition

by Mike Geary, Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer

As you’ve probably heard before, your post-workout meal may very well be your most important meal of the day. The reason is that when you’re finished with an intense workout, you’re entering a catabolic state where your muscle glycogen is depleted and increased cortisol levels are beginning to excessively break down muscle tissue. These conditions are not good and the only way to reverse this catabolic state (and promote an anabolic state) is to consume a quickly digestible post-workout meal as soon as you can after training.

The goal is to choose a meal with easily digestible quick carbs to replenish muscle glycogen as well as quickly digestible protein to provide the amino acids needed to jump start muscular repair.  The surge of carbohydrates and amino acids from this quickly digested meal promotes an insulin spike from the pancreas, which shuttles nutrients into the muscle cells.

The post-workout meal should generally contain between 300-500 calories to get the best response. For example, a 120-lb female may only need a 300-calorie meal, whereas a 200-lb male may need a 500-calorie post-workout meal. Your post-workout meal should also contain anywhere from a 2:1 ratio of carbs:protein to a 4:1 ratio of carbs:protein. While most of your other daily meals should contain a source of healthy fats, keep the fat content of your post-workout meal to a bare minimum, since fat slows the absorption of the meal, which is the opposite of what you want after a workout.

When choosing what to make for your post-workout meal, the first thing to realize is that you DON’T need any of these expensive post-workout supplement formulations that all of the fancy ads you see everywhere will tell you that you absolutely NEED! As with any nutritional strategies, natural is always better. Plus you’ll get a higher nutrient density by focusing on natural ingredients as I explain here vs. the maltodextrin and refined sugar that are normally included in the fancy post workout supplement shakes.

A good source of quickly digestible natural carbs such as frozen bananas, pineapples, honey, or organic maple syrup are perfect to elicit an insulin response that will promote muscle glycogen replenishment and a general anabolic (muscle building) effect. The best source of quickly digestible protein is a quality non-denatured whey protein isolate and/or some fat-free or low-fat yogurt. Here are a couple ideas for delicious post-workout smoothies that will kick start your recovery process:

Chocolate Banana – blend together 1 cup water, ½ cup skim milk, one and a half frozen bananas, 2 tbsp organic maple syrup, and 30 grams chocolate whey protein powder – 38 g prot, 72 g carb, 0.5 g fat, 440 calories.

Pineapple Vanilla – blend together 1 cup water, ½ cup vanilla yogurt, one cup frozen pineapples, 2 tbsp honey (preferably raw), and 30 grams vanilla whey protein powder – 35 g prot, 71 g carb, 0.5 g fat, 425 calories.

When looking to lose body fat, keep in mind that post-workout meals should have the opposite characteristics of all of your other meals throughout each day. While post-workout meals should have quick high glycemic index carbs and quickly digested proteins, all of your other meals throughout the day should be comprised of low glycemic index, slowly digested carbs and slow release proteins.

These are powerful strategies towards developing a lean muscular body with a low body fat percentage.  Another great thing about post-workout meals is that you can satisfy even the worst sweet tooth, since this is the one time of the day where you can get away with eating extra sugars without adding to your gut. Instead, it all goes straight to the muscles! Enjoy!

Written by tie5to

July 8, 2008 at 10:33 pm

Best Abs Workout

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Here is some information about the best abs workout available to anyone. I had the pleasure of being interviewed recently by a fitness professional from NYC, Geovanni Derice, of 4evertoned.com. The interview is below and I think you’re going to like it…I reveal some of the hardest hitting strategies for getting rid of that stubborn stomach fat to uncover those flat six pack abs that everyone wants.

GD: Welcome Mike Geary to 4everToned’s Fitness Journal. For those who do not know you, please tell us a few things about yourself.

MG: Thanks for having me, Geo. Well, to go back a little, I have been heavily involved in fitness and sports for about 15 years now, ever since I was a teenager. Being involved in sports in high school got me interested in strength training and conditioning. At that point, once I started feeling more energetic, getting stronger, and looking better, I was instantly hooked for life. I’m 30 now and still addicted to the way living a healthy and fit lifestyle makes me feel energetic, confident, strong, and youthful on a daily basis.

I decided earlier in my 20’s that I wanted to make the commitment to help other people experience the excitement of being fit and getting in the best shape of their lives, especially since we’ve reached an epidemic of obesity, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, depression, etc. That’s why I became a fitness professional. It just gives me so much satisfaction to help others, who have struggled for years to get in good shape, and show them that it can be done, and it can be fun in the process.

I’ve expanded over the years from just reaching local individuals with personal training, into being able to help people all over the globe achieve their fitness goals with the reach of the internet. I only hope that my passion for fitness inspires people to take action and improve how they look and feel for life.

GD: Now Mike, there’s so many things out there as to what works and what does not work…if you had to pick 3 things about the best abs workout that work time and time again to get flat abs, what would they be?

MG: The first and most important thing to get control of in order to get flat abs is cleaning up your diet. Exercise is important, but your diet is king when it comes to losing body fat so that you can see your abs.

There’s so much confusion these days about what a healthy diet that promotes fat loss really is…after all, we are bombarded by conflicting messages in the media about what is healthy and what is not, and you have all of these gimmicky diet books about low carb, low fat, high protein, vegetarian, fasting, atkins, south beach, liquid diets, and hundreds more. There’s so much conflicting info, that the average consumer doesn’t even know where to start when it comes to eating for fat loss.

The second thing that works time and time again, is to focus on the intensity of your workouts and focus on working the body as a whole in order to get the best metabolic response to lose that stubborn stomach fat. In order to really get lean, the workouts should have a high intensity, with short rest periods, working the largest muscle groups of the body, instead of trying to isolate specific small muscles like the biceps, triceps, or calves.

For the third thing, let’s talk about actually training the abs specifically. When it comes to training the abs, if you want real results, I always recommend forgetting about the crunches and situps for the most part. They are ok for someone that is really deconditioned, but most people that already have some training under their belt need a much better stimulus for their abs than crunches. Crunches are one of the abs exercises that actually provide the least amount of resistance, and remember that resistance is what develops and tones the muscles for the best abs workout.

I provide a ton of great abs exercises in my book, but one of THE highest resistance exercises for the abs, is hanging leg raises (but NOT the way you see most people at the gym doing them). The key to doing these and actually working the hell out of your abs is to curl your pelvis up as you raise your legs. Almost nobody ever does this right. To be honest, the majority of people cannot do this at first, but I provide some strategies in my book as to how to progress to doing these correctly.

GD: What are people doing wrong when it comes to developing the coveted “6 pack abs” through the best abs workout?

MG: Well Geo, I know this sounds funny to most people, but the MAIN thing that people are doing wrong to get those flat 6-pack abs is…are you ready for this? They spend entirely too much time focusing on training their abs! WAY too much time spent on abs exercises. Sounds crazy, but it’s true.

Remember, having a flat and visible six pack of abs is all about getting down to a low body fat percentage. In order to do that, your workouts must focus on stimulating a fat burning hormonal environment in your body, and increasing your metabolic rate. That just does not happen when you focus too much time training a small muscle group like the abs.

Instead, you must use the majority of your time focusing on training the largest muscle groups of the body like the legs, back, and chest. That’s what stimulates your metabolism and the fat burning hormones that will get you truly lean and sporting a flat sixxer!

GD: Which exercises are the top exercises that people need to do if they are to get maximum definition with their midsection?

MG: When it comes to developing the abs themselves, I again refer to any kinds of hanging abs exercises, as well as some good floor abs exercises like lying leg thrusts (all described and illustrated in my book).

However, maximum definition in the abs and midsection comes from losing bodyfat, and the most effective exercises featured in my program for that goal are various forms of swings and snatches (unique dumbbell or kettlebell exercises that almost nobody ever does in normal gyms), squats, deadlifts, lunges, step-ups, clean & presses, mountain climbers, sprinting, and other full body exercises and calisthenics. If you want great looking flat abs, focus on those instead of focusing so much on training the abs directly!

GD: When it comes to diet Mike, people really have tried millions of ways to get one thing…and that is fat loss. What recommendations have you used to successfully help your clients lose fat and keep it off?

MG: I have included a fully comprehensive discussion of this topic in my book, which accounts for almost half of the book, but I’ll try to make some nice simple generalizations to get people started on the right path immediately. The most important thing is that your diet is as natural and unprocessed as possible. It almost always comes back to the overprocessing of food that makes it unhealthy, and makes it totally wreck your metabolism and hormone balance in your body.

For example, why eat refined grains, when you can eat whole grains. Why eat refined sugar, when you can get natural sources of sugar from a high nutrient whole food like fruit. Why eat highly processed, refined, and hydrogenated vegetable oils (these are THE worst thing in the modern diet), when you can eat natural sources of healthy fats like nuts, avocados, fish, eggs, coconut milk, organically raised meat, and so forth.

The point is to not fall for some gimmick like low carbs, low fat, high protein, or any other combination that has you focusing on one macronutrient vs. another. Your body needs all macronutrients to thrive and obtain a variety of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, etc. Trying to cut an entire food group out just works against what your body needs. I get into much more detail on this vitally important topic towards losing body fat (especially that stubborn stomach fat) for life in my book.

GD: Thank you very much Mike for sharing with us all of this great information on the best abs workout.

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July 8, 2008 at 10:13 pm

Lean Body Workouts for People With Less Time

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Warning: this style of workout is WAY different than anything you’ve ever tried before and may result in a dramatically leaner, stronger body so that your friends no longer recognize you in a matter of weeks!

Alright, I exaggerated about your friends recognizing you, but this workout is still great for busy people that always use the excuse that they don’t have time to go to the gym, or even for the normal gym rat to try out for a few weeks to break out of a plateau.

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Please keep an open-mind and don’t worry so much about what other people think, because this is quite different and you may get some funny looks, but you’ll get the last laugh with your new rock hard body! To be honest, most people are too self conscious to try something like this. If that’s the case for you, then that’s your loss.

Here’s how it works:

Instead of doing your traditional workouts of going to the gym 3-4 times a week and doing your normal weight training and cardio routines for an hour at a shot, with this program, you will be working out for just a couple minutes at a time, several times throughout each day, 5 days/week.

The program will consist of only bodyweight exercises done for about 2-3 minutes, 6-8 times per day, throughout each day. Now obviously if you work a normal office job, you are going to have to not be shy about doing a few exercises in your office and having your cube-mates watch you. Actually, I’ve found that some people that have tried this have actually gotten their co-workers to join them!

If you have a private office, then you don’t have to worry about anybody watching you. If you work from home, or are a stay at home mom, there’s no reason you can’t fit these in throughout the day while at home. If you end up having a busy day with meetings and so forth, and can only fit a couple of these 2-minute workouts in, then so be it, but try to get as many done each day as you can.

If you’re on a normal 9-5 office schedule, I recommend doing your 2-minute workouts every hour, on the hour, with the exception of lunch. For example, you could try 9 am, 10 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm, and 4 pm.

Some of the exercises that are the best to focus on are:

  • bodyweight squats (and variations)
  • pushups (and variations)
  • forward, reverse, or walking lunges
  • up & down a staircase if one is available
  • floor planks (holding plank position from forearms and feet)
  • floor abs exercises such as lying leg thrusts, ab bicycles, etc.
  • one-legged bodyweight Romanian deadlifts

This list is not fully comprehensive, but I wanted to keep it relatively simple. If you know other good bodyweight exercises, you can add those to your routine also. If you want to keep it real simple and don’t want to get down on the floor for anything, you can stick to squats, lunges, and pushups and still get great results.

The good thing about these workouts is that you do enough in 2-3 minutes to get your blood pumping, heart rate up a bit, a large portion of your body’s muscles worked, and body temperature raised. However, it’s usually not enough to break a sweat in only 2 or 3 minutes, so you don’t have to worry about sweating in the office or where ever you may be. At most, you might just get a little moist on the skin.

Here’s an example routine (adjust the reps up or down based on your capabilities):

9 am – 10 pushups/15 bodyweight squats, repeat 1X for 2 sets
10 am – plank holds (hold the planks as long as you can taking short rest breaks for a total of 3 minutes)
11 am – 5 pushups/10 bodyweight squats, repeat for 4 sets
1 pm – plank holds (hold as long as possible in 3 minutes)
2 pm – 8 pushups/12 bodyweight squats, repeat for 3 sets
3 pm – plank holds (hold as long as possible in 3 minutes)
4 pm – max pushups/max bodyweight squats in one set (no repeat)

9 am – 6 fwd lunges each leg/6 rev lunges, repeat 1X for 2 sets
10 am – one legged bw Romanian deadlifts (RDL) 6 each leg/floor abs for 20 sec, repeat 1X for 2 sets
11 am – 3 fwd lunges each leg/3 rev lunges, repeat for 4 sets
1 pm – one legged bw RDL 3 each leg/floor abs for 20 sec, repeat for 4 sets
2 pm – 5 fwd lunges each leg/5 rev lunges, repeat for 3 sets
3 pm – one legged bw RDL 10 each leg/floor abs for 30 sec (no repeat)
4 pm – max fwd lunges each leg/max rev lunges in one set (no repeat)

In order to progress on these workouts, you could either add 1 or 2 reps to each set per week, or you could progress to more difficult versions of each exercise each week (for example, close grip pushups, one leg raised pushups, squats with arms raised straight over head, etc.).

The above routines are just a couple examples of how you can use this very unique style of training. Use your creativity and come up with your own. Think about what you’ve accomplished with these “mini” workouts completed throughout each day… You’ve increased your heart rate and pumped up your muscles 6-8 different times throughout each day, burning a lot of extra calories and stimulating your metabolism.

Even though each “mini” workout was a very short duration, you’ve accumulated lots of repetitions for almost every muscle throughout your entire body, and you didn’t even have to break a sweat during any of the “mini” workouts. And there’s hardly any excuse for not being able to take a 2-minute break once per hour and do a couple of exercises.

Another benefit of this style of training is that now you don’t have to devote any time before or after work to going to the gym because you already got your workouts little by little throughout the day. You’ve now got some extra free time on your hands!

Try this type of routine out for 3-4 weeks and then go back to your normal gym routines. I think you’ll find that it was a great way to break out of a plateau and stimulate new results in your body. You can try mixing in a cycle of these “mini” workouts every couple of months to keep things fresh.

Keep in mind that this is only one method of training and doesn’t mean that you should only stick to this method for eternity. You will hit a plateau on any given training method, so I’d recommend just rotating it into your arsenal of various training methods. And by all means, don’t worry so much about what other people think…have the courage to try something a little different. In the end, you’ll be the one laughing back at all of the “blubber-bellies” that are giving you funny looks while they eat their donuts!

If you liked these training ideas, my internationally best-selling ebook The Truth about Six Pack Abs contains hundreds of more innovative training ideas to lose stubborn body fat and carve out a rock hard set of abs.

Written by tie5to

July 8, 2008 at 10:05 pm

Tips to Easy Get a Six Pack via Abs Workout Help

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The result of hardwork and dedication.

The result of hardwork and dedication.

Don’t kid yourself when you think that obtaining those sexy abs are easy. So your looking for Abs Workout Help? Great well get ready and remember that you need to really put some effort to achieve these type of abs. It will take time, patience, and effort, did I mention dedication? Regardless though, it’s all about the information.

First and foremost I suggest creating a log and journal so that you can begin to analyze your workouts and keep track of your progress. This will help you stay on track and be aware of how far you come and where you want to go.

I’d start with taking a photo of yourself to show what you looked like when you began. This will be a great way to see yourself transform and have some needed motivation down the road. You will also want to note your weight, and body fat (can be done at a gym).

When you begin at the gym start by trying out different machines and methods. Exercise balls are a great addition and can help anyone strengthen their muscles. Keep in mind that this will take dedication and that you won’t see a difference overnight. Keep with it and don’t quit! Take your time transforming into the lifestyle needed to obtain these abs. Don’t just assume that you can jump head first into it.

Your main goal will need to be weight loss. Nearly everyone has a few pounds they could lose, and usually around the stomach. Most appropriately you need to lose body fat. Transform that fat into muscle, keep in mind that muscle does weigh more then fat so don’t get pissed at the scale. You will most likely not lose a whole lot of weight.

Maintain and control your eating habits. By small meals throughout the day you will be able to increase your metabolism and have some great results.

Again if you want to have those sexy six pack abs then you will need to have patience. This won’t occur overnight and will take time, energy and willpower. Start with the basics and then move onto a diet plan.

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July 7, 2008 at 10:16 am