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Having a ripped core is a common goal, for both men and women, but most people struggle to make significant progress. The good news is, it isn’t rocket science. You just need a few diet changes, and a few good workouts. If you’re serious about having ripped abs, here’s a six pack workout at home for men and a few tips.
How To Get A Six Pack
Abs are “made in the kitchen” is, unfortunately, true.
The reason why that particular saying has stuck around for decades is because a poor diet can easily negate all the work you put in at the gym.
You can get a stronger, more muscular core without cleaning up your diet. The six pack will physically be there, but no one will see it because you refused to stop eating cheetos.
So if you actually want people to see the six pack abs you worked for, make these changes to how you eat.
– Added sugar
– Simple carbohydrates
– Processed foods
– Fast foods
– Fried Foods
– Whole fruits & vegetables
– Whole grains
Yeah, you’ll have to do cardio.
You don’t need to get super low 8% body fat to have a visible six pack. That’s super hero territory, and nearly impossible to sustain for long periods of time unless you’re genetically gifted.
You just need to get “lean enough” to see the ripples of your core. And to do that you need cardio. Here’s a few cardio workouts you can try:
Do more than just crunches.
The core is a lot more complex than most realize. There’s 35 muscles on your core connecting your pelvis, spine, and hips. Getting on the floor and banging out 50 crunches isn’t enough to work your entire core.
Planks are underappreciated and great for core development. Also try to include more resistance training that requires your core to engage for stabilization like deadlifts and squats.
Six Pack Ab Workouts At Home
1. Do Anywhere Workout For Beginners – OFFICIALTHENX
2. 12 Minute Workout – HASFit
3. 5 Minute Workout (No Equipment) – BarbarianBody
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