How To Get 6 Pack Abs
Every new or experienced lift has the goal of developing that lean, sexy, ripped stomach that you often see on
models or professional athletes.
A six pack requires an individuals to have very little body fat and well developing abdominal muscles. Although
it requires a great deal of dedication and commitment to your training and diet, it is not as hard to achieve as
you may think.
If you are truly willing to commit to this goal, then read on to find out how to improve your diet and training
to get that 6 pack!
To get a 6 pack, you need to totally revamp you diet and start getting serious about fueling your body with
quality foods. This means cutting out processed, sugary, fatty foods. No exceptions. Simply put, you will not get a
6 pack by eating junk food! As I mentioned, to see all 6 abdominal muscles you need a very low body fat
For women, abs usually show up when they are around 12-15% body fat, and men tend to see them when they are
under 10%. However, this will differ person to person depending on genetics and where you hold most of your body
To help motivate you, get your body fat tested or by a body fat caliper and calculate it yourself. You will then
have a measurable number to obtain and this can make it easier to track your progress.
Your diet needs to be impeccable. Yes, it will be hard. Yes, you will crave things. But if you stay focused on
your goal then you’ll get there. When planning your diet, add lots of fruits and vegetables, healthy fats, and
complex carbohydrates. To lose weight and fat, your
body needs to be functioning on a caloric deficit.
This means that you are burning or eating less calories than your body needs to maintain your current weight.
Calculate your basal metabolic rate and activity level to find out how many calories you should be eating
Once you’ve got that number, figure out how much of a deficit you need. Typically, 1-2 pound of weight loss per
week is considered healthy. This would result in a daily deficit of 500-1000 calories. It may be tempting to drop
your calories extremely low, but this will only lead to your body holding on to weight instead of burning it.
Your training is the second important part to achieving your goal of a six pack abs. You should perform compound
lifts - lifting more weight each session, with isolation exercises to fatigue the muscles. Weight training is
essential to building a six pack because more muscles means a higher metabolism, which results in your body burning
more calories per day to keep the muscles functioning.
You also may want to throw in some cardiovascular training to burn more calories. I suggest performing high
intensity interval training as this has been shown to burn the most calories in the shortest amount of time.
It is my hope that this article has helped you get started with your training and diet and you understand what
it required to get six pack abs. Remember
that hard work, consistency, and dedication are the most important things!
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