Six Pack Abs: Training and Nutrition Guide for Men and Women Premium class

Jack Wilson, Personal Trainer and Healthy Lifestyle Freak!

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13 Videos (40m)
    • Introduction

      2:18
    • Is it possible for you to get abs?

      2:02
    • Things To Consider When Beginning Ab Training

      2:37
    • Nutrition Guidelines For Six Pack Abs

      3:32
    • Super Foods To Help Get Six Pack Abs

      3:17
    • Top Supplements To Get Six Pack Abs

      3:00
    • The Best Exercises To Build Your Abs

      2:55
    • Cardio Training For Six Pack Abs

      2:05
    • A Sample Abs Workout

      3:17
    • Avoid These Common Pitfalls

      3:27
    • How To Maintain Abs Year Round

      2:40
    • Action Plan To Begin Six Pack Ab Training Today

      3:21
    • Ab Exercises Without Any Equipment

      5:44

About This Class

Everyone has abs. The reason that everyone doesn’t have visible abs depends on a variety of factors.  For some people it is genetic, for other people it is lack of consistent effort, or simply not wanting to change. However, no matter what anyone says or tries to tell you,you do have abs, now it’s up to you and the help of this guide to transform them into a six pack.

The Advantages of Six Pack Abs

If you are lucky enough and disciplined enough to be the proud owner of six-pack abs, the immediate visual advantages of these rippling muscles will not have escaped you. Outside of the obvious, though, a toned six-pack also has other, more subtle advantages:

Improved Posture

The abs are part of the core, which refers to the muscles in the center of the body. These muscles help stabilize the body during movement -- sculpted abs can therefore help improve your balance. The Mayo Clinic notes that this can give you an advantage in sports, but more importantly, it helps make everyday movements easier and improves your posture.

Better Sporting Performance

Many sports require the body to use the core muscles, and when abs are strong and ripped, the accompanying core muscles usually are too. A variety of sports use the core muscles -- ranging from racket sports to rowing -- so perfecting abs can boost your performance, according to Harvard Medical School.

Increased Basal Metabolic Rate

Everyone has abs, but as fat tends to collect over them, not everyone has visible abs. If you are male and have a six-pack, this means that you have only about 12 percent fat on your body, and women with six-packs have less than 18 percent fat. This low body fat and high lean muscle mass is relevant to your daily calorie burn. Muscle burns more calories at rest than fat, so your six-pack means that your basal metabolic rate (BMR), which simply means the calories you burn at rest every day, is higher than it would be if you had more body fat covering those abs.

Looking Good

Ripped abs are universally attractive, according to a 2006 report from ABC News. Both men and women rate a six-pack highly when it comes to sexual attraction, so it is one more weapon in your arsenal when it comes to the dating war. Jealousy can also be flattering to the ego of the person with the flat stomach, as abs are also the part of the body that most other people want to improve on themselves.

source: azcentral.com

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Jack Wilson

Personal Trainer and Healthy Lifestyle Freak!

Finding out "what works" is not enough, finding out what works best is what it's all about. Why spend hours each day when you can have similar results in just minutes a day? Why starve, when you can reduce body fat by following a few healthy eating principles?

You shouldn't follow fad diets, buy expensive workout products or spend huge amount of time in order to build the body of your dreams. Just follow the advice you will find in my courses.