Perfect abs, late night infomercials would have you believe that it only takes 5 minutes a day a few times a week. Well, I'm going to tell you right now that just isn't true. Perfect abs take dedication and hard work. I'm going to lay out the steps it takes to get perfect abs. If you start now, you just may have perfect abs by summer.
Things You Will Need- A good diet plan
- An effective fat burning workout plan
- Diet pills (if necessary)
A good diet is crucial to getting perfect absYou need to start a diet now. You can do crunches until the sun comes up but if you don't get your body fat percentage under 10% you just aren't going to see your abs. An important part of this program is getting a good diet started, once you start losing body fat you'll be able to actually see those perfect abs you've been working on.
A full body workout is crucial to getting perfect absStart a full body workout. Don't believe those commercials that say workout your abs. Although it is important to do ab workouts it's even more important to build some lean muscle to accelerate your fat burning program. Workout three times a week with weights. Do some cardio two or three times a week also. If you follow this you'll be well on your way to getting perfect abs.
Measure your progress towards perfect absIt is vitally important that you maintain a journal and measure your progress. If you stop burning fat, or even start gaining fat percentage you need to adjust your diet or workout program. The only way to continue towards your goal for perfect abs is to measure your results. Don't skip this step. If you stop losing body fat you may want to supplement with diet pills.
See, I told you it wasn't going to be easy, but with some dedication and some know how you can achieve perfect abs. Just lose fat percentage, gain lean muscle mass and measure your progress and you will get perfect abs. You'll also find some useful links on this page to help you obtain perfect abs.
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Tips & Warnings- Always consult with a physician before starting a diet and/or a workout program
- Don't over train. Workout each major bodypart once or twice a week and that's it.