An Effective Six Pack Exercise Ritual Revealed!

By on December 2, 2011

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Not everyone has 60-90 minutes a session, six days a week to spend in the gym. Your six pack and fat loss program has to be designed for effective results in as short a time as possible. It just isn’t feasible for many people to spend so much time on their six pack when there are family and work commitments. The alternative is to find a fast and effective abdominal exercise program – 40 minutes a day for 3-4 days a week.

Reveal your six pack by targeting your fat and not the abdominal muscles.

It has been common knowledge for some time that you have to burn the fat and lower your body fat percentage to reveal toned stomach muscles. Yet you will always find people trying to get a six pack with hundreds of sit-ups and crunches. As far back as 2002, the University of Virginia scientists calculated that it would take as much as 250,000 crunches to burn off a pound of fat! The majority of your workout should be spent on fat burning.

Turn your body into a fat-burning furnace

The body relies on your muscle as the number one fat burner. Resistance weight exercise is not just useful for bodybuilders. Muscles require energy to contract, which burns calories when you are working out. Using weights resistance workouts also causes trauma to your muscles, which may sound brutal, but is in fact another fat-burning process as the body has to expend energy to repair and build. Your metabolism remains elevated and burning fat for long periods. Growing lean muscle burns fat and shapes an attractive physique and six pack.

Legs unlock the secret to week long fat-burning

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How many times a week do you manage to concentrate on your legs in the gym?  A lower-body weights workout recruits some of the the largest muscles in your body. Research, from Syracuse University, has revealed that your body burns more calories the day after a lower-body workout than the upper body. Before indulging yourself with endless sets of bicep curls to get big arms or bench press to increase your chest size remember to include legs twice a week. By rotating the upper body with the lower body workouts you are allowing your body to burn fat for the week with just 3 or 4 workouts and then helping to reveal that six pack!

Include effective six pack conditioning exercises

So I have already mentioned sit-ups and crunches as a waste of time for burning fat, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore exercises that target the six pack, it just means that the bulk of your workout should focus on fat burning and then at the tail-end of your weights resistance workout spare 15-20 minutes working out on effective abdominal exercises for a great looking six pack.The ab bicycle, hanging leg raises, reverse crunch and roman chair knee raise are all examples of ab exercises which stimulate high muscle activity in the abdominal muscles.

Always include core stability exercises in your ab workout. Whilst really poor ab exercises like the sit-up work the muscles that allow you to round your lower spine, core exercises prevent your spine from rounding and strengthen abs, spine and lower back and hips. Try out any plank exercise before looking for other core and isometric (static) movements which will give you a strong and tight midsection and suck in your stomach for a nice flat six pack.

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3 Comments

  1. Danny

    December 3, 2011 at 4:44 pm

    Losing fats is one of the important things to do in building your body and to lose it, you must start with what you eat and make sure that it can fit the lifestyle you are living. Losing a certain amount on food groups is a short term solution to your problem.

  2. lovesexyabs

    January 18, 2012 at 2:22 pm

    Yes this is the point of the article, if you do not lose the layer of fat off your belly you will never see your six pack. Diet is very important but people fail to budge that last stubborn layer of belly fat to really reveal there abs.

    Most people follow the notion of long sessions on the treadmill when really applying some high intensity training will raise you r standing metabolic rate for anywhere between 24 and 48 hours after your workout, this is known as the after burn effect.

    These types of training are as important as your diet, well at least if you are looking to see some results within a short space of time.

  3. Saklyn

    January 24, 2012 at 3:57 pm

    After reading your article, I started working on my legs twice a week. Within a month, I have reduced my weight effectively. Now I am concentrating on developing my abs and working on it. I am following your advice and hope to get results very soon.

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