Isn’t it frustrating to not be able to wear your favorite shirt anymore because your fat stomach is looming from the seams just like Homer Simpson’s? Have you ever imagined yourself taking off your shirt one Sunday morning in the beach to show the world those Matthew McConaughey washboard abs?
Well, there isn’t any easy way to make these daydreams come into reality. Not with all those misconceptions propagated on the internet about a so-called wonder diet pill or ab belt that can flatten your tummy in a span of a few weeks. Nothing else can shed off those belly fats but your own efforts and determination to expose those chiseled abs hiding from within. Armed with the right information and confidence, you’ll surely get the six pack abs that are rightfully yours.
Six pack exercises should be done at least 3 times a week. If you want to tone your abdominal muscles, a routine of barbell roll-out, Swiss ball knee tuck, Swiss ball Russian twist, reverse crunch and knee raise with a drop performed 30 times each in four sets with 2-minute intervals will surely take you there.
But no matter how hard you train your abdominal muscles, they won’t show up unless you start getting rid of those layers of flab that are making them obscure. Doing ab-specific exercises or any other kind won’t burn your belly fats because the body chooses where fats will come off first. You should consider working out your whole body, not just the abs, to maintain your muscular mass. A good set of muscles will aid your body in burning fat-producing calories.
So throw away those plastic belts and wonder drugs and start working on your six packs the right way.
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