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Abs Training: The Truth About Six-Pack Abs

Abs are big business, and just about every Tom, Dick and Harriet wants a rock solid 'six-pack'. It's a phenomenon, and while some have turned it into an obsession, others see it as nothing more than an overrated frustration. After all, 1000 sit-ups a day just doesn't seem to 'cut' it and many can't understand why.

Have you been training for ages to get a set of rock-hard abs? If you're not succeeding, let me help by telling you the cold, hard truth about abs.

Let me explain it to you — straight up without the whole mumbo jumbo. First of all, you need to forget all the infomercials and magazine covers that promise to give you abs in a few weeks. There is no way you're going to get those abs unless you're prepared to work damn hard for them. And I'm not just talking physical, blood, sweat and tears. You need to train hard and diet even harder — after all, abs are made in the kitchen.

Just look at any guy or girl with abs and you'll see that they don't only have definition in their abs, but in their whole body. They also have a low body fat percentage and probably eat very little junk food.

While working out those abs to near exhaustion will no doubt build the foundation, if you don't watch what you eat, the layer of fat that covers your midsection will keep your abs hidden. Sculpting them means shaving off all the fat — and I don't mean literally. Reduce your body fat by following a balanced diet with little or no junk and processed foods and work hard in the gym, and before you know it you'll have washboard abs to die for.

Author: Dimi Ingle.
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