There are 3 simple ways of getting the six pack abs. It may take a long time and hard work to do, but these simple things will do it:
-Exercise the abs, learn the abs exercises like crunches, you must feel the burn, when you feel the burn, and your abs start to feel sore, that means the muscles on your belly is starting to come in.
-Lose weight and kill the fat.
-30 minutes of cardio workouts a day…fast walking, jogging, and the jump rope will be the best exercises for cardio. You don’t really need those high tech and expensive cardio machines at the gym.
I plan to buy a jump rope soon next time I go to the mall, I’ll go to “Dick’s” sporting goods store. I only weigh about 160 lbs, so I guess you can say that I have a little fat on me, I’m not chubby or super huge, I think it’s mostly the muscle on my body that gave me that weight, since I’ve been into this for a long while. My goal is to lose only 10 lbs, hopefully. That’s it, no less than that.
I do plan to start eating right and staying away from the junk food a lot more often. I’ve been doing that more often these days. You must learn how to read those nutritional labels on the back of the food items at the grocery store. If you get the foods with the high proteins, low carbs, and 0 calories, then you’re all set.
I plan to stop drinking soda, and just drink a lot of water mostly. I still do like the taste of soda, but will only drink that on the weekends from now on.
And yes, to those out there that want to lose weight, quit the drinking. Beer and hard liquor doesn’t do it to ya. It is why I gave up the drinking for good. I haven’t had a beer or any alcohol drink in like, over a year and it’s good. If you work out and trying to lose weight, it doesn’t make any sense to me why people still keep drinking beer. If you don’t lose weight and trying to figure out why, that is why, ’cause of your constant drinking.
I am committed into getting into shape and that is my mission.
Edit to add: Actually, in bodybuilding, I’ve been told that you don’t need to lose weight, you would want to gain more weight if you want to get more muscle strength. You would want to gain muscle weight, not fat weight so I don’t really need to lose the weight if I don’t want to, if I want to gain strong muscle strength.
This is how all them wrestlers, UFC fighters and action movie stars are able to get so huge. They know how to put a lot of muscle weight on them, not fat weight. You still do a lot of cardio everyday so you can keep those muscles ’cause if you don’t work out, you will lose the muscle. The muscles won’t stay on your body forever, that’s the truth.
Look at Arnold Schwarzenegger, that guy is no longer muscular anymore, he lost the muscle and he’s now fat. Guess being governor took time away from his workout schedule. I’m sure he’ll get back into bodybuilding when he’s done being governor though.