How to get a Six Pack FAST in 3 minutes
That shit doesn’t work. Hey guys what’s up so I’m sure you have seen the videos on YouTube titled how to get ABS in a week how to get abs in 3 minutes. There’s even how to get abs in 2 minutes. But unfortunately, I hate to break it to you guys you can’t get abs in 2 minutes. But you really can get as fast and maintain your six pack year round just by following the hacks that I give you today consistently.
First off understand that you’ve been duped into thinking that you’re one magical six pack workout away from having abs. There is no secret work out out there that will magically get you Rock Solid abs after just a couple sets of situps and crunches. That workout doesn’t exist. But there are real solutions and real workout approaches that will shorten the amount of time that it’s going to take you to see that six-pack. The first hack is to use heavyweight for your abs. The whole purpose of doing an ab workout is not to burn the fat but instead to build the muscle. I’m assuming that most of you already know that. So my question to you is if you know that the point is to build the ab muscles why are you doing 20 30 40 100 reps of crunches? Do you do 100 bicep curls to get nicer biceps? Probably not. ABS work the same way as the other muscles in your body. If you want nicer abs you have to start using Progressive overload in all your ab workouts. This means that you’re going to grab a heavyweight and do your ab exercises for only about 8 to 10 reps. Once you can do 10 reps without failing you have to grab a heavier weight. And that is going to become your new default weight. So when you start your next workout since you already know you can do that heavier weight ……right after warming up jump, Straight to that weight. Until of course it becomes easy to do that new weight for 10 reps at which point you move up again. That is Progressive overload that is how we build any muscle in our body in the most effective way. The second hack is to train your abs more frequently. ABS are muscles that can recover very fast when compared to other muscles in our body. By increasing training frequency you can hit your abs more times during the week leading to more total volume for that muscle. More volume means more growth and yes we want our ABS to grow in order for them to have any shape to them. Otherwise, after you burn all that belly fat you’re going to end up with a flat stomach, not 6 Pack abs. Some people go overboard and they train their abs everyday. Again this wouldn’t work for any other muscle in your body why would you do that with your abs? You need time to recover that’s when your muscles grow so I recommend that you train your abs 3 days a week with weights. The next hack is to do more sets and exercises for your abs. A lot of people train their abs at the end of one of their other workouts and only give their abs a fraction of the attention that they give to the other muscles in their body like chest, shoulders, legs or biceps. Would you do a 10 minute chest workout…. again probably not. So why are you doing a 10-minute ab workout at the end of one of your chest workouts especially when you know that the ABS can take a huge beating and recover very fast. You should work your abs at least for 30 minutes if not a full hour. This will allow you to get more sets and exercises which ultimately once again allows you to increase total volume or total “work”. When I’m really heavily focused on building my ab muscles ill go to the gym once for whatever body part I’m working like chest and back and then ill come back again later to do an hour-long ab workout. Try to go for at least 5 different ab exercises, each for at least three sets of 10 reps with a heavy weight load. You’ll know that it’s a heavyweight load when you do one set for 10 then the next one you can only get 9 and the next one you can only get 8. If you’re doing 10-10-10 you better up that weight it’s not heavy enough. Hack number four is to do exercises where you get a full stretch in your abs. Stability balls are great for this. Stability ball crunches are one of the best ab exercises because you can extend past the point of neutral and really stretch those abs out. Keep in mind even with stability ball crunches you can do it with a weight behind your head.
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