Recommendations and timing for Ab workouts
Posted by Levi Hensley on 19 December 2015 08:34 PM
If I were to ask everyone reading this to raise their hand if you would want toned sculpted abdominal muscles, how many of you think that everyone's hands would be in the air right now?
Even if you don't necessarily want the washboard stomach or the 6-Pack Abs we see in fitness ads, almost everyone could use a slimmer mid section right?
So how does one go about getting this?
Well most people try to accomplish this by spot training and just doing seemingly endless amounts of ab exercises. Sadly, that is why you do not see most people (even those who exercise regularly) with rock hard abs.
Here are a few tips and suggestions that will go along way in helping you gain a slim waist and well toned abs.
1. We suggest that you don't just focus on Abs, but instead add your Ab workout into a full body exercise program. If you do Ab training 3 times a week for 15-20 minutes that would be great. We suggest you do not go over this time frame and that you give your body enough time to rest in between Ab workouts.
2. If you are trying to get rid of stubborn belly fat, then you might want to hold off on ab workouts and focus on switching your bodies metabolism first. Doing this will switch your body from using sugar as fuel to burning that fat instead. If you do this first, then when you do work your abs, you will see the results much quicker. For more info. Check out this cool Ab Targeted video by Shaun.
3. Looking at your nutrition and how what you eat affects your hormones and fat storing triggers will also help you slim down your waist. Shaun has created an amazing 8 Week Exercise and Nutrition system to do just that. Here is a link to the program now: 4 Cycle Solution
4. If you want a more aggressive approach, then you can check out the 7 Day Ab Targeted Solution for maximum impact in the shortest time.
No matter what your personal goals or current physical condition these recommendations will help you reach your health and fitness goals. We are here to help and look forward to hearing your success story in the near future!
- Customer Support Staff