2 Moves to 6-Pack Abs: Is This for Real?

Most people who started on an exercise routine would very much love to get a six-pack abs, though they'll think that it's no easy task. Rightfully, this needs plenty of hard work and commitment. But the good news: it's possible! All you need to do is to follow two simple guides relentlessly for 3 months to see the results you'd always wanted as below:


Guide 1: Know your nutrition

This is, by far, a very important aspect of getting that six-pack abs. You can have the most awesome set of abs, but if you've fat on top of them, nobody will be able to see them! If you're in this situation, spread out your daily 3 meals to say, 5 or 6 smaller meals, as this will increase your metabolic rate. At the same time, you should also refrain from eating foods that'd cause your waistline to expand, such as white bread, pasta, soda drinks, candy, fast foods, foods with hydrogenated oils, sugars, fructose corn syrup, etc.

You should substitute these with foods that will help you achieve the result you want, such as oatmeal, olive oil, whole grain breads, fruits, vegetables, nuts, eggs, natural peanut butter, chicken, fish, protein and drink plenty of water. However, you'll need to be realistic - you may at time forget to follow your diet plan, but that's alright so long as you're making a conscientious effort to fundamentally improve your daily diet, otherwise getting that six-pack will be just far fetch!

Guide 2: Do your exercises

You need to get started with 3 different types of exercises: cardio, weightlifting and abs exercises. Do these exercises for at least 3- 4 times a week.

The cardio you do can be anything: walking, jogging, cycling, swimming, etc. Do the cardio that you like most, so that you'll make it a routine. Do these exercises for 30-45 minutes, for at least 2 times a week.

Weightlifting helps in burning calories. For instance, 3 pounds of build up muscle burns as many calories as a 1-mile jog even while you're just idling around! Do these exercises for 30-45 minutes, for at least 2 times a week.

Of course, the last exercise you need to include into your workout is abs exercises. Do your abs exercises for at least 3 times a week. In fact, there are many different abs exercises you can do, so try to stick to at least 3 types or so that you enjoy doing and mix them up whichever way you want.
Try mixing up your workout routine every 2 weeks to keep your body guessing and changing. Add or take away different weight or abs exercises, or at the very least, vary the weight, reps or form of cardio you do.

Well, there's all that's to it. Follow the two guides above for 3 months relentlessly, and while results will vary from one person to another, you're likely to see the difference. Certainly, you'll need hard work and commitment on your part, but think of the excitement you'll get when you look in the mirror and notice the six-pack abs staring back at you!

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