HOW TO GET ABS OUT?

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How to get your abdominal muscles visible? Especially in the summer, the topic is very interesting. For many, the background is the same. The abdominal muscles have been trained for a year with all kind of tehcniques and they have never come to light. Frustration is at the point that training the entire muscle group would make the mind stop. But yeah, lets not throw the perfect idea away. Because  I did my own tips for you that you can use. 😉

 

1. DIET

It is not in vain to say that the abdominal muscles are born in the kitchen. The muscles will come out when the fat layer on them is gone. Your mid-section will always be hidden behind a layer of fat, regardless of how many core exercises you do. Also, constant swelling can stop them poppin out. Eat regularly and healthy. Keep track of the daily relationship between proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. You’ll never see your lower abs if you’re carrying too much body fat.

2. ACTIVE YOUR  MID-SECTION

Abdominal muscles do not develop only when you are doing exercises for them, but also in all other ways. The activation of the deep abdominal muscles you will get in squats, during the push ups and while you are running. Deep abdominal muscles are like just a good basement: a good ground condition helps the successful development.

A  tip for you-> Before your running session  do  2 x 1 min blank , so your core surely will get activated during your run. 

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3. TRAIN YOUR ABS RIGHT

As with many other exercises, it is easy to ”trick” when training your abdominal muscles. Do you do the exercise exactly on the stomach using the whole trajectory? Or do you give only 60% of your power?

Put your attention to your breathing. 1. Exhale (breath out) using your mouth  during the compression. 2. Inhale (breath in) using your nose, when coming back to your start position. Stay concentrated and don’t be in hurry!

4. YOUR CORE NEEDS REST

Abdominal muscle training is typically the last movement of your training. We often end up thinking that ”A bit of a stomach and then home” set of mind we don’t usually go any far. Mark your stomach trainings separately in your gym program. So do  your abs once or twice properly per week and give them a recovery time. Muscles grow at rest!

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