Abs. Everyone has them, but not everyone’s abdominals are popping out and impressing the ladies (or the guys!) The good news is that everyone can get visible abdominals, men and women alike. The abs are not a magical muscle that show up only in certain people with great genetics. The infamous six-pack is attainable by anyone!
Our ab exercise program (which will be released over the next few days) is not some easy gimmick that guarantees results without effort, or some sales pitch that promises to get you a six-pack while you sit on your bum eating fast food. It is simply going to outline the cold, hard facts of getting visible abs, along with some common sense.
After reading our How to Get Abs Guide, anybody will be able to understand the process of changing the physical appearance of their body, specifically the abdominals. With this knowledge and some hard work, you will get those abs showing very quickly!
Let’s talk about the abdominal muscle. The abdominals are the muscle over your stomach. While many people say that the abs are one large muscle and any abdominal exercise works just fine, that is quite false. It is true that the abdominals are one solid muscle, but they are made up of different components which are emphasized differently with each exercise. There are few exercises that will train most of the abdominal muscle, so it will require a combination of specific exercises to hit every single area of the abs to get them ripped.
However, getting your body to expose that sexy six-pack is not easy. Don’t let any marketing tell you otherwise. To get that chiseled tummy, you will have to work!
The abs are generally stubborn muscles and they need to be abused to get the results you want. Our How to Get Abs Guide does not provide any specific workout for all types of people because everybody is different. But it will provide guidelines for a workout routine that you can adjust to your own abilities.
Some people will find it easy, while most will find it too hard. Nobody knows your body better than you, so adjust your workout until you find something you can do. Ultimately, your goal is to complete these ab workouts and go beyond what we teach you.
Because every single person is different, we break our How to Get Abs Guide into three types of people, which are:
Because this series of articles is all about abs, we will not talk about any other muscle group or workouts for those muscles. If you are already doing some type of exercise, all you need to do is add the following program to your routine. If you are not exercising, you can use the following guides to begin a workout routine, but you should add other exercises so your other muscles are not left untrained. These routines will add about 20-30 minutes your daily workout.How to Get Abs and Show Off Your Six-Pack Fast