There are many six pack abs workouts aside from the classic sit-up exercise. A lot of individuals think that sit-ups is the only way to get wonderful abs. In reality, there are several ways to develop abs and you do not even need special gadgets or fancy exercise machines.Just raise your legs and bend your knees close to the chest. Move your legs as if you are riding a stationary bike. You can increase resistance by raising your rear end a little off the ground. Do this in about 16 counts at three sets each day. Increase repetitions and sets as your body adjusts to the routine.Crunches should definitely be a part of your exercise regime. A simple crunch can be done by lying on the ground, bending your knees, crossing your arms in front of your chest and raising your shoulders towards your knees. Flex your ab muscles and exhale through your mouth as you move forward. Be careful not to lift your entire back off the ground.
Grab onto a pull up with your body straight. Then lift your knees up so they just about touch your chest. Then bring them back down and try not to swing. These are also very effective for working your lower abs.Sit Ups on an Exercise Ball/Plank – The great thing about doing sit ups on an exercise ball is that you are making your body work harder because you need to keep your balance while doing the exercise. Also it eliminates the strain on your back. You can easily make it challenging by holding weight above your chest. But if you do not have an exercise ball the plank is effective for not only building your six pack abs but working your core.Let’s quickly go over a few principles that will help you with your six pack abs diet. First, you will want to cut out unnecessary preservatives. Many foods are preserved and they contain chemicals and other things that are bad for you. Cut these out completely and replace with natural foods. Also, you want to stay away from foods with excess bad fats. For instance, instead of eating ground beef, which can be quite fatty, go with lean ground turkey.
For each six pack abs workout focus on doing about 4 compound exercises like squats, bench press, bentover rows, and lunges. Then do a couple of ab exercises like reverse crunches and sit ups on an exercise ball.As far as rep ranges go. Start by doing 2 sets of 15 and then move onto 3 sets of 10. About every 3 weeks you can change it up to keep your body guessing and build more muscle that way. Next, you will want to stand with your feet about shoulder width apart. Angle the foot opposite of the lifting arm slightly outward. Next you will simply want to engage your hips and knees to forcefully flex and extend with power and, at the same time, pull the kettlebell up with your arm to a lateral position to your head. You should mimic the motion of “pulling back on a bow” with this movement. Once the kettlebell is lateral to your head at somewhat of a position that I like to call “zero gravity” simply punch your palm vertically to the sky allowing the bell to smoothly roll over the back of your forearm.
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The Abs Diet Workout is the perfect home fitness program designed to incorporate all elements of total body conditioning. It is presented in 3 parts: diet, exercise routine (circuit training) and abs routine. Entertaining and easy to follow, this program boasts no gimmicks, bell or whistles. It simply delivers a solid full body workout that can be adopted into any lifestyle. It's designed so that you can watch it over and over and always get something out of it.
The Abs Diet Workout has been enjoying favorable reactions from many users, and it's easy to see why, as "host" and fitness trainer Tom Holland has designed a regimen that's brisk, efficient, thorough, and fun. Disregard the hype that calls it "a way of life" instead of simply a diet or exercise program. On the other hand, Holland's claim that The Abs Diet Workout will increase metabolism and help lose fat and build muscle is very likely true, assuming one dutifully does the exercises and follows the diet guidelines and menus as directed. The exercise portion offers a brief warmup (running in place, jumping jacks, simulated jump rope), followed by a choice of three abdominal routines; the latter vary in difficulty from beginner to advanced, but all three are designed to work the upper, lower, and oblique abs, as well as the transverse abdominis muscle and the lower back. The "circuit training" portion also has three options, each including squats, lunges, quad and hamstring stretches, pushups, and various exercises for the arms (the use of dumbbells is recommended). Add to that an extensive list of recipes for a diet plan that includes three meals and three snacks per day, and you've got pretty much everything you need for a comprehensive program designed to yield noticeable results in a matter of weeks. --Sam Graham
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