My Philosophy On Training Abs!

The key to develop good Abs first starts with a good diet, adequate cardio and an Ab routine. A lot of people get Abs confused.

The key to developing good abs first starts with a good diet, adequate cardio, and an ab routine. A lot of people get abs confused, trying to do 200 or more crunches alone, thinking to have washboard abs.

But no, you have to reduce body fat along with the crunches, because everyone has abs, but you can't see them unless you reduce the body fat that is covering your abs. So, keep it simple!

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Ab Workout
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The key to washboard abs is technique, not the number of reps. So, remember to isolate the abs!

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Cardio
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Cardio should be done at least 3-4 hours minimum a week.

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Diet
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The key is to stick with chicken, fish, and turkey because it is easier to digest than red meat. Also, stay away from bread. Drink at least a gallon to 2 gallons of water a day, because you have to remember that water in itself is a natural diuretic.

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Abs (Self-Portrait)
Abs (Self-Portrait)
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