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Get Ripped Six Pack Abs

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

5 Tips For Getting Ripped Abs

Getting ripped abs takes dedication and focus, you will probably have to undergo a lifestyle change with your exercise routine and diet.

So here are 5 tips to getting ripped abs:

1.To get ripped abs you'll need to do some cardio, one good way is to do some weight training, 30-40 minutes from 3-4 daya per week. This helps build your core and build muscle and burn fat.

2. Diet is so so important, you have to get rid of the take away food, fatty foods and go to more natural fresh food like fruit and vegetables.

3. A lot of the professionals will say that getting ripped abs is 70% diet and 30% exercise, so what does that say to you?

4. Eat some chicken without the skin of course, eat a healthy brakfast dinner should not be a heavy one, have something light.

5. Protein: Eat 3-5 servings per day, this helps build the muscle for your abs and burn fat. Do some rep training along with a good diet and this will start to burn those calories and get the metabilism going.

Remember the more mucsle you build the more fat you'll burn, so get going on building some muscle and make your workouts balanced, for your overall weight loss and burn fat all over.

Here is some extra tips, for your obliques, do some twisting, you can use a ball just sit on the training ball and while holding a 6 kilo weight, walk the feed forward. Lay down and while the weight is above you, twist to one side sit up and pause and then twist to the other side. Make sure your utilizing your obliques muscles to do the twisting.

Leg raises are also good for the lower abs, lay on the floor and put your feed together and have your arms by yur side flat on the floor, then lift your legs about six inches off the ground, then raise them to nearly vertical about 3/4 of the way up. Hold for about 15-20 seconds then raise them to straight up, 90% to the floor, then lower back down to six inches off the ground and hold for about 15 seconds or as long as you can, then lower to the floor, and rest.

Repeat this for about 3-6 sets and include this exercise in your daily routine, this is a full on extreme exercise so you'll probably have to ease into it for a few days, until you get used to it.

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