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Toned Abs -Toned Abs-Ripped Shredded Abs ManualGet it here click link below! [please contact me for website address] to get Abs Shredded?Read this Article... If you want to discover some areas where you may be
going wrong in your ab workouts and your attempts at losing stomach
fat, I have an interview for you here that you'll want to read.In the interview, we discuss the topic of abs training and the biggest myths and mistakes we see in this field.Here's
a copy of the training portion of the interview below. We'll discuss
the nutrition aspects necessary for losing enough body fat to carve out
those six pack abs in another article.CB: Okay Mike, so where does the average man or woman go wrong when it comes to training abs?MG:
Most people are probably going to be surprised with this answer. In
their quest for 'six pack abs', the biggest mistake I see people making
is wasting WAY too much of their time training their abs directly...
pumping away with all kinds of different abs-specific exercises.I'm
sure you know what I'm referring to. The person is trying so hard to
get those abs to show, that they're spending almost all of their time
in the gym with hundreds of reps of various crunches, leg raises,
twisting exercises, etc. Meanwhile, all of that wasted time directly
training the abs could have been better spent on a properly designed
full body workout program that would elicit a much better metabolic
response and increase the fat-burning hormone levels in their body as
well.After all, losing the stomach fat that is covering the abs
is the MOST important aspect for most people to finally be able to make
their abdominals visible. Unfortunately, pumping away with hundreds of
crunches and leg raises does NOT cause much of a metabolic or fat
burning hormonal response.This is the main focus of my Truth
about Six Pack Abs book... full body workout programs and proper
nutrition to strip off that stubborn belly fat and reveal the six pack
that's hiding underneath!Of course it wouldn't be an abs book if
I didn't focus on ab development too, but I make sure firstly that the
most important concepts for lasting body fat reduction are understood.CB:
Do you see any gender differences in mistakes they make? And more
importantly, do you see any gender differences in the response to
various types of ab training?MG: To be honest, I don't really
see any need for men or women to train differently. Bottom line... the
best exercises are the best exercises regardless of gender.However,
in regards to mistakes I see between genders... Yes, I tend to see
women more often are deathly afraid to use weight training with
anything but really light weights. That is a shame, because THE most
effective way to gain control over your body fat for life, is to
maximize your lean muscle that your body carries, as well as working
that muscle hard through intense resistance exercise regularly.It's
important for women to realize that regular strength training using
heavier resistance will NOT "bulk them up" (as long as caloric intake
is controlled), but rather is one of the key secrets for losing body
fat and staying lean year-round. As a matter of fact, some of the
leanest females that I've trained over the years are the ones that
aren't afraid to work hard with the weights.I also notice that
most women (and a lot of guys too) spend way too much time with slow
cardio workouts. This is simply not necessary, and the way I combine
high intensity resistance training into full body routines provides
enough of a "cardio" workout in itself usually. We'll get back to this
in a minute though.CB: What about old school sit-ups? Do you use these? Are they good, bad, or does it "depend"?MG:
Sit-ups are a controversial topic. I don't think they're good or bad
per se, but rather "in between". I didn't include them in my workout
programs. I simply don't feel they are necessary, and I think there are
much more effective abs exercises to focus on. Personally, I almost
never do sit-ups except occasionally for a little variety every now and
then.CB: Give us a weekly sample ab training program. How many
days per week? What are a couple of the best exercises you'd pick? How
many sets? Reps? Rest?MG: Well, first I'd like to point out that
the full body exercises that make up the majority of my programs
indirectly work the abs and the entire "core" area to a fairly decent
extent. However, I do include abs-specific exercises into the routines
generally about twice per week. The "abs-specific" portion of the
workouts generally only take about 5 minutes at most with very little
rest between exercises.Once people are past the beginning phase
of gaining some initial ab strength, I try to get them away from the
exercises that are too easy, where someone can do 50 or 100 reps, as is
frequently common with standard crunches. Instead, I like to focus on
higher resistance exercises that actually stimulate the muscle fibers
to a much greater degree.One example of a higher resistance abs
exercise is hanging leg raises with a proper "pelvic curl up". It's
funny but usually someone that has been wasting so much time with
hundreds of reps of crunches can usually only do a few solid reps when
they first attempt some of these higher resistance exercises.We
also make sure not to neglect some rotational movements, as well as
some work for the deeper muscles like the transversus abdominis.CB:
What do you use for burning fat, intervals or slow cardio workouts? Or
both? Any gender differences here? Or differences between fitness
levels (beginner vs. advanced)?MG: In most cases, my answer is
definitely intervals... or as I like to call it "variable intensity
training". In general, I think slow steady pace cardio is a waste of
time, especially if the goal is lasting fat loss.I think people
need to get away from this thinking about "fat burning zones" and
calories burned during the actual workout, and look at the bigger
picture of what you're doing in your workout to stimulate the greatest
metabolic response in your body... and the best metabolic and hormonal
response is achieved through variable intensity training and strength
training, not slow steady-pace cardio workouts.Now I will say
that if someone is really deconditioned and can't handle higher
intensity exercise routines just yet, this still doesn't mean that they
can't simply use lower intensity routines, but still use it in a
"variable intensity" fashion, by alternating between higher and lower
exertion levels throughout the workout.That wraps up the "abs
training" portion of the interview. We'll discuss the nutrition aspects
that are necessary for losing enough body fat to get visible six pack
abs in a separate article.Make sure to grab this free report detailing over 27 specific metabolism boosting secrets at Toned Abs -Toned Abs Ripped Shredded Abs Manual!!!Grab your copy click link below! [please contact me for website address]
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