Get 6 Pack Abs! Learn The Secrets! Don’t Believe the Lies!

The only thing I haven’t seen advertised for getting those “killer 6 pack abs” is a magical pill, but that doesn’t mean somebody’s not trying to sell them. Why buy a e-book when you can learn everything right here?

Building six pack abs and losing belly fat are the focus of many weight loss programs and equipment. But, if the product does not work (surprise, surprise) most people won’t ask for a refund.

Why? People blame themselves for failing. The truth about how to get six-pack abs is simple, but it takes a level of dedication, focus, and energy that most people aren’t really ready to commit to. It may be a longer process than you anticipate.

There are 2 Steps and No Shortcuts:

1. Lose Fat
2. Gain Muscle

The bottom line is that in order to have 6 pack abs you need two things. The first thing you need is low enough body fat so your abs can show and the second thing you need is well enough developed abs to show.

Start By Changing Your Diet

Eat well and often, that doesn’t mean a non-stop bacchanalian buffet. It means about 6 small healthy meals a day. It means a balanced diet of protein and complex carbs plus a small amount of “healthy” fat – about 15% of your diet.

When you do this you boost your metabolism. Your body relaxes and doesn’t feel the need to hold on to every calorie in case it might need it later. By eating these small amounts of healthy food your body is continuously supplied with the energy it needs throughout the day. As a bonus, your stomach starts shrinking to the size it should be – about the size of your balled up fist.

Think “nature food”. If it looks like something you could find growing outside, you can eat it. If not, pass it up. For example, a whole apple = good. Applesauce = not so good. Apple/cinnamon Danish = run away. The more you eat of food that looks like you would find in nature, the more nutrition you will be getting and the more energetic you will feel as well as being able to eat less calories.

Eat the highest amount of carbs earlier in the day; that way your body will be processing and burning it as energy throughout the day, not storing it as fat. Cut out the carbs at night and you’ll probably sleep better too.

When you eat fat make sure it comes from oily fish like tuna and salmon, and healthy oils that are found naturally in vegetables, fruits, or nuts.

Cut down on the red meat. Eat lean cuts such as chicken breasts and turkey and use virgin olive oil to cook it in. That doesn’t sound too hard, does it? BUT…

You Won’t Get 6-Pack Abs By Diet Alone

Diet is only 50% of the equation, and I’m sorry, if you really want to work out and get in shape you’re going to have to get off the couch and EXERCISE. If you’re fat, you have been taking in more calories than your body needs, and exercise is the only way you can turn that excess fat into toned, lean muscle.

By combining a good exercise regime with a healthy diet you can start losing the fat covering your abs (and the rest of your muscles) and look great. You don’t have to spend 4 hours every day at the gym. Leave that to the fanatics. A thirty minute work-out 5-6 days a week should do the trick.

There are no exercise routines that can target just one problem area of the body. If you have fat covering your abs, then you’ve got fat everywhere, so you need a total body workout, which will help tone all your muscles so you’ll lose the fat and increase your metabolism.

Different Kinds Of Exercises

There are many different ways of exercising. The two we will be talking about are cardiovascular and resistance training.

Cardiovascular exercise, cardio for short, uses large muscle groups to get your heart pumping and raise your heart rate to a sustained higher level. Some examples of cardiovascular training are brisk walking, swimming, climbing stairs. It is a good way to ”use up” some of your stored fat directly. A moderate intensity level of cardiovascular puts your body in a mode where it can use energy stored as fat. So it is good for slimming down.

Resistance training uses your muscles more specifically and intensely. It will raise your heart rate, but not as consistently as a cardio work out. There will be lots of peaks and valleys in your heart rate. The purpose of resistance training is to use muscles to the point of fatigue so your body will make more muscle. Some of the reasons why we want more muscle is because it looks good and it burns calories. (even when those muscles aren’t being put to work) Another benefit to any kind of resistance training is that your abdominal muscles will get a work out too, no matter what muscle you are focusing on, because the abdominals are used to stabilize your center so the rest of you can move.

You should alternate days of cardio and resistance training. The cardio will help oxygenate your blood and help reduce the soreness you should be getting with your resistance training. The soreness means that you have broken down muscle which, in turn, means that it will get built up stronger. So it is good to be sore. Just be sure to let your muscles rest so they can get built back up.

If you’re physically okay to start exercising and you don’t want, or can’t afford, to pay for a few sessions with a certified trainer then go online and make sure you understand thoroughly what it is you’re going to be doing.

When you start exercising regularly your metabolism will increase and you will burn more calories even when you’re not working out- especially if you are doing the resistance training. This is the cycle you’ll want to get into. As you get used to exercising and eating right, you’ll have more energy in general. You will become a leaner you and take the first step toward having those six-pack abs.

Building Your Six-pack

Use these exercises to strengthen and bulk up your abdominals. You can’t show off muscles that aren’t big enough to see.


Lie on the floor using a mat. Put your arms out in front of your chest or you can touch your temples with your hands, however you can balance your movements best. Don’t do crunches with your fingers locked behind your head and pulling on your neck.

Bend your knees and raise your upper torso towards your knees but not with your back muscles, use your abdominal muscles – this is the most important part. Lift upwards until your shoulder blades leave the ground. There’s no need to raise your entire back off the floor, you could end up straining it.

Exhale as you lift from the floor. When you’ve got as far as you can, hold for a second then exhale any air that’s left in your lungs and lower back down slowly, inhaling as you go. Don’t let your head touch the floor, just your shoulders. Repeat.

Sit Ups
Lie on your back, knees bent, feet flat on the ground, wedged under something heavy like a couch. With your hands crossed over your chest sit all the way up with your back straight then return to the first position. If this becomes too easy –i.e. It doesn’t give you any soreness the next day- try it while holding a weight against your chest.

Leg Lifts
Lie on the floor with your legs straight out and hands at your sides. Lift your legs straight up without bending them, then lower your legs and repeat without letting your legs touch the floor. This helps to strengthen the muscles in the lower abdomen. Take it easy at first with these or you could strain your back.

Jack Knife Sit Ups

Laying down flat on the floor place your hands on the ground to your sides for balance; you can pick them up as you get used to the movement. Raise your knees and torso at the same time so your knees and face meet in line with your pelvis. Touch your knees with your nose. Your legs will fold and bring your feet towards your hips naturally, like a jack knife. Lie down again slowly putting your hands and feet back on the mat and repeat.

Static Holds
Put your body into the push-up position but with your elbows on the floor, with the rest of your raised off the ground. This is the static hold position, or plank. It trains all your core muscles to hold the body in place correctly. Hold for 45 seconds if you are a beginner.

To perform the side static hold, roll onto one side of your body and lift into the same position as before, but this time only one arm will be on the ground with the other arm pointed straight up the air with your non-weight bearing leg resting on your other leg. Hold for as long as you can.

Torso Twists
Holding a weight close to your chest twist your torso from side to side. (Like your were trying to look over your shoulder without moving your neck) This exercise is for the obliques, which while not directly involved in creating a six-pack, is important to include so that your body doesn’t get imbalanced and prone to injury.

Exercise Safely

I don’t know how many people I’ve talked to who have done themselves an injury in the past by not working out correctly. Picking up some barbells and hurling them around is dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing! You could hurt your back or tear ligaments and tendons – or worse.

If you have any doubt about your body’s capabilities, or you have a medical problem, consult your doctor before starting an exercise program. Many exercises can be adapted to accommodate physical problems and a certified trainer or therapist will be happy to advise you.

Most exercises give better results if you know how to breathe properly while you’re doing them. A general rule is to exhale on the muscle contraction and inhale as you relax the muscle.

In A Nutshell
1. Eat right- about six small meals a day with lots of “nature food”
2. Exercise- mix of cardio and resistance training to maximize fat loss
3. Build Abs- do specific abdominal exercises to bulk up your abs

You can send me three installments of $29.95 for this information if you like, but the bottom line is that if you want that six-pack you are going to have to work for it. On the bright side, the things we value most in life are the things we have worked hard for. It is possible for you to have the abs you want; you can do it- if you are willing to put the work in.

What have you tried to tone your tummy?? Have you tried the items on this list? What were your results? Share your thoughts with us!



  1. I’ve tried doing crunches before. They don’t work and they take too long. (for most people i’ve asked, they’ve said the same thing). I’ve been doing yoga now for the past month, and man… it sure does work! I’ve got a 4 pac. Hopefully by the end of this month I’ll have a 6 pack. :)

    Oh, and like I said crunches don’t really work. Try planking for 30 seconds. It works better because it vibrates your abs.

  2. Pedro Black says:

    Torso twists really work. I have tried it and believe me it is one of the best workouts that can be a part of your way to achieve 6 pack ABS. Though, you will have to add few more into your exercise list and will take special care of your diet for maximum results.

  3. Douglas Gray says:

    Yeah, getting a six pack abs is not a day’s affair. You really need to work hard to attain it. You have to be committed towards your exercise and dietary regime. So, if you really want those sexy 6 pack abs start working out hard and try all the exercises and tricks offered in the article for faster results.

  4. Charlotte says:

    The secret behind successful gym story exercising daily for about 20-30 minutes. This is just 1/48 of your time in a day and you won’t feel too lazy doing this. Moreover, you lose weight faster.

  5. Toning and sculpting your abs isn’t that hard, what’s hard is losing the belly fat that’s encasing your abs.

  6. A lot of people think that after successfully shedding weight from exercising, their body is healthy but the truth is their fat level can still be high. Good to know that this post highlights on the losing FAT

  7. I’m 14 (almost 15) around 5’8” 135 pounds. I’m not that fat but I would like to have less fat and get muscle (especially a 6 pack). The problem I have with it is eating 6 small meals a day and what kinds of food. I want to keep what I’m doing a secret until it’s noticeable, but my Mom makes most the meals and some of them are on the Do not eat list for losing weight. What should I do?

    • Connor Ovington says:

      Hey man, same here. Im 15, nearly 16, and my Mum makes most of the meals, the key is eat it. But just work out after, more then normal – thats what i done, it seems logical. Furthermore, what i used to burn some weight was running with a mate. Its actual kinda’ enjoyable, but defiantly helps you lose weight & boots your confidence because you really feel like you’re getting somewhere. Good Luck 😉

  8. how much hour i stop eat before sleep???

    • What is your question?

      • He wants to know how close to bedtime his last meal should be. A lot of website say you shouldn’t eat carbs after 7pm or something. On the other hand, in an interview for his latest movie, Mark Wallbergh said he would wake up in the middle of the night (2am) just to fit in another meal, but he was also working out every day.

  9. how many time do i need to do Crunches per day

  10. I find that working out daily and eating no more than 5k calories keeps my 6 pack in decent shape

  11. Good Day Everyone,

    I need some advice how to make 6pack abs, I just doing 200 – 300 Situps everyday and eating in morning 6pcs of bananaque , afternoon 1cup of rice + vegetables and the evening Tunay + Tomato + Banana drinking a lot of water every day after workout , is it good for dies and to make abs, and i need some tips how to burn my belly.. how long i could see the result ?

    Thank You!

    • Don’t do sit ups. Sit ups are one of the worst ways to get abs. Sit ups are a good way to keep your abs if you have them but if you are trying to get abs don’t do them to often. Try doing mountain climbers, crunches, scissor kicks, planks, etc

    • Dont do sit up!.. there are many other easy ways to get a sixpack and faster.. try doing crunches, scissor kicks, and planks… then you could add some weight on your routine and make crunches with dumbels…
      eat 6 smalls meals everyday and alot of water

    • eat foods high in protein after doing muscle work outs as it is important for muscle growth and development. Your body burns calories fast after exercise and if it has no energy from food it will start burning the muscle you have just worked so hard to put on.

  12. Here is a good tip if you are having problems losing weight. Eat the 6 meals a day, it will fire up your met.and you must cut out any drinks except for water. And drink lots of it. A gallon…83 oz a day. Your body will want to store water if it dosnt get enough of it…that fat below the stomach area is a prime example. Stay away from salt as much as possible and butter and various dairy products. Salt retains warer butter is fat and if you like milk. .stick to a single glass and try to drink it more towards the evining….no sugars…Stevia in the Raw for a substitute is fine. You need to change your lifes habbits and its not easy. Fruits arent alway benificial either when trying to lose weight fast cause the
    sugars…veggies are key. Dont fast….

  13. don’t think of working out as working out just make it a habit. Like even if you just do something every morning after you wake up like jumping jacks or push ups or whatever it is and then focus on eating healthy foods more often you will see big changes but remember to also work in moderation (you are young so don’t go nuts with anything like diet and workouts) maybe start up a sport that you enjoy and eat a little healthier. one of the best things any young person can do is cut out all of those sweetened beverages they are the absolute worst thing you can put in you that and fast food. Cut those out , drink more water do a little excercise and make some tasty substitution in your diet and you will feel better (instead of icecream try greek yogurt with honey and fruit or something like that. In the morning have toast with real natural peanutbutter and a banana or a good brand of cereal with raisins or some fruit. Also try eating more fruit throughout the day rather than junk food and you will feel so much better.

  14. guys, trust me I know what I’m talking about used to be heavy then I started swimming but the key is you have to take that extra step and commit yourself to a healthy diet (its the only way to look and feel good) I used to be 5’10 and weighed in around 180, now I’m 6ft and weigh in around 155 but have alot more muscle which will add to weight but who cares cuz it looks good. It’s not about weighing less, it’s about being healthy. You can have a six pack and be in terrible health, look at bodybuilders (they may look great but many are ready to pass out and are too exhausted all the time to enjoy life because their body fat is so incredibly low) (for men a bodyfat % of 11 or less and you’ll start to see abs, I would never reccommend going lower than 5% because its unhealthy and your hormones wills start telling you to get fat and stuff like that because you need some fat.
    Focus on these foods and just these foods and cut out ALL EXCESS SUGAR AND ENRICHED WHEAT (you can’t get abs if you eat those two foods, trust me (eat plenty of fruit (real fruit), vegetables, 100% whole wheat products in moderation where the ingredients are clear, eat meat if you want to but not to excess and eat lean meat (lean turkey, lean chicken, lean steak and fish, tuna, sardines, salmon) eat healthy fat (peanutbutter, almondbutter, avocado, olive oil, fish fat, even a little butter won’t hurt you and EAT EGGS they are not bad for you they are awesome for you) Also eat foods you don’t normally eat Beans, lentils, (all legumes) oatmeal, sweet potato, quinoa, brown, basmati and wild rice. You can also have dairy like greek yogurt without added sugar (honey is ok in moderation and so is molasses and maybe agave whatever that is im really not sure I would just stick to what you feel comfortable with but yeah those sugary sources are the best kind. Last but not least don’t go paleo or vegan those are rediciulous diet extremes. It’s best to be balanced in what you do, enjoy life, enjoy food, but also be conscious of what you do, what you eat, how you’re body feels (its really all about coming into touch with your body) then if you really want abs do some hanging leg raises, some russian twists and for god sakes do squats, pushups, pull-ups, the basic moves are the most effective (if you want to pack on some muscle focus on full body, squat, bench, deadlifts or some combo of those and maybe military press) also burpees are the greatest high intensity move if you can master them for full body cardio that is fast. Running is great, I swim because I like my joints :)

  15. im trying to flatten my belly by summer. its already february. what would work the fastest to get a flat belly and muscle? i dont really want abs but i do want it to be muscle and flat.i cant do many situps because it hurts my back so I’m not sure what else any ideas?

    • mrapollocreed says:

      Try doing leg lifts & mountain climbers. They worked for me, also planks works great brittany. I don’t recommend cruches. Get your body fat % down overall, not just around abdominal region. Do some walking with short interval training 1st. Which is walking then do some sprints for ten sec. Then gradually go to 15 seconds & so on. Do 2 to 3 sets if your starting out though. Then focus on ab training after a short while dear. Good luck hun. Get that motivation 1st & most importantly. Get a good reason to do it for the long haul. For ex. Imagine the look on those mens faces when they see your ass stomach is toned up! Think about the hate & jealousy from your peers & even friends! Purchase 50 cents book called Formula 50. He really has the recipe through a 6 week plan of exercise & eating right mixed with metabollic resistance training, this is training to keep your metabollism up constantly for the long haul. Peace & good luck again.

  16. I’m 16 years of age, 6’2, and about 178 to 180 pounds. I ‘m not so fat i fit into “Large” shirts. I use to wear 3xL shirts. I jog for 30 minutes every single day, after jogging and i arrive home i come in and do about 20 minutes to 30 minutes of ab workouts on the floor. On Sundays i rest my ab muscles and only jog for 30 minutes, and usually rest the other half of the day in bed. I eat fairly good food like: Apples, Cheerios, Peanut Butter, Turkey, Wheat Bread, Low Fat Yogurt, and Eggs. I’m planning on doing this for another 6 weeks and see if i’m able to get my abs really noticeable. I’v got a bit of stomach fat and thigh fat but my Cardio everyday will burn that fat right off. I’m sure after 6 weeks has gone by i’ll be pretty happy when i see the results.

  17. John Schulze says:

    I have the same problem Kyle! But, I try sneaking in some health snacks to get them good 5-6 meals a day I’ve been doing that for about 2weeks now and my top 4abs are visible and my V-lines are visible! It really helps but don’t forget to rest your sore muscles or it will just come back as fat, so like if you lift in the morning lets say 10am, try getting to bed by 8-9pm all you need is 10 good hours to build muscle back but it will still help!

  18. Exactly! When I started working out I was getting great gains until I stopped measuring what I was eating. It was all down to not eating enough protein and so when I started measuring how much protein I had, I started seeing the gains again.

  19. One year ago I weighed 215 pounds at age 18 and just finished high school football. I was sick of being fat so I got Shaun T’s INSANITY workout and in no more than 2 months I weighed 175 and was in the best shape of my life. For those people struggling to lose that stuburn stomach fat, this workout is for you. I’m not going to lie it was the hardest workout I have ever done but the results are absolutely amazing. You don’t need any equipment for it except a DVD player. I am now doing the workout again and pairing it with the Ab Ripper X routine from P90X in hopes to get my first six pack. I am also monitoring my diet very closely and doing resistance training every other day to have he ultimate beach body by summer. If you are willing to put in the work 6 days a week buy INSANITY and if you stay committed I promise you won’t be disappointed. After the first month my family and friends were blown away by how much weight I had lost and I felt amazing! GOOD LUCK!

    • Abraham Rodriguez says:

      I’m a freshmen in highschool and 14 I weigh roughly 250 pounds and need to loose weght I want to get down to about 175 I have tried insanity and those DVD things and can’t go to the gym, all I need is the motivation to keep working out bu I always loose it any tips, any positive feed back is appreciated.

  20. Hey I’m 16 years old, and I’m not fat, it’s just I can’t see my abs. Like I’m buff, and I can feel them and my core is very strong, but just seeing them is the hard part. I don’t have time to eat 6 meals a day because of school, so what all can I do?

  21. Things you need to know.

    *Lower body fat is the key to get get abs. Most ppl get abs for around 10-12% (everyone is different)
    * eat atleast 5-6 meals a day.
    *Small portions, don’t over eat.
    *no junk foods,
    *you can have 1 cheat day for each week. So you can eat what you want but still (dont over eat)
    * low carb, no white bread, pasta, so eat more Meat/Vegetables.

    For exercise. Try do cardio (treadmill) at least 30mins (3times a week)
    Also exercise 3 times a week,

  22. By far the most powerful action you can take to start reducing body fat, is to address your eating habits. There are plenty of tricks or the trade to use for reducing body fat without having to suffer at all. Even though I’m an avid fitness enthusiast, I wouldn’t emphasize the exercise component at this time for you. Start by writing down everything you consume in a day so that you can see the total calories and macronutrient percentags you’re taking in on a daily basis. After that, you can make the changes to be on your way to reaching your goal. It’s not that difficult when you have the correct information in which to act on.

  23. Andray, I’d recommend conducting a breakdown of your current eating habits. Specifically calculate your total number of calories consumed, then get an idea of your macronutrients percentages. From what you’ve stated here with not making any progress over the last six months, I’d bet that you’re consuming too many carbs in the form of the simple sugars vs. the complex carbs. Changing your ab routine won’t likely make a huge difference in the appearance of your abs. I don’t know how much resistance training you’re currently doing, but I’d also step that up a notch and decrease your cardio training. I can’t imagine that you wouldn’t see a significant improvement after six weeks once you address your overall calories and simple carbs consumed.

  24. I do both cardiovascular and resistance training. For my abs I mainly do crunches and leg lifts, but I don’t do torso twists or jack knife sit ups. I kept my diet in check and I sleep from 10pm to 6am, but I can’t see anything close to six packs developing on my abs. I’ve been doing this for the past 6 months and quite frankly it doesn’t feel like I’m any closer to getting my dream abs. I’m gonna try the 6 small meals diet plan and add the torso twist and jack knife sit ups into the mix and if I don’t get the six pack abs in two months I’m just gonna give up on it.

  25. My friend has six packs and he’s been an avid health nut all his life. I sometimes tell him that I want a six pack just like him and he tells me he needs them for his job and not for his health. He says that having firm abs is actually healthier than trying to keep a six pack and that six pack abs are not a sign of health, but rather a marketing tool for physical trainers like him.

  26. I am glad that I can look back with a grin on the days when I used to struggle and grow frustrated by the lack of progress I would get from doing regular situps. What I failed to know in those early days in fitness is that all it takes is consistency, the right abdominal routine(s) and just as much of a commitment to eat whole foods.

  27. IdealBite you saved me from having to buy a course on getting 6 pack abs

  28. I can clearly see that the initial theories, which stem from early studies that indicate high intensity interval training burns more body fat than a steady aerobic pace, have now been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt. That is why there are so many home workout programs being marketed on DVD and in infomercials, not to mention websites that teach you about these cutting edge workout routines.

  29. I am not a fan of plain stomach crunches or classic sit-ups like the ones that boxers do in training. I prefer the more progressive abdominal routines that exist today. There are many routines which target some parts of the abs more so than others, but when you combine them in a routine, you can get washboard abs in a surprisingly short amount of time.

  30. I would call the message of this article, the hot hard truth because it is going to take for people to get hot and sweaty in order to burn the fat from their body. There are no shortcuts without cutting into your body. The promising news is that you can get 6 pack abs in a surprisingly short time if you commit to it.

  31. Alice, I was watching an episode of the Doctors yesterday and Dr. Travis does this ten minute work out that works his entire body in just 10 minutes and all he does for his core is a plank for I don’t know how long, I think it was as long as you can hold it. Thank you for asking this question you are not the only one that wants to know an answer to that.

  32. It did not take me that long to get my six pack abs once I started doing the Ab ripper X workout from the P90X workout and let me tell you, it is the best abdominal routine I have ever done. I shaped my abs in less than a month. Of course, you do need the dedication to keep doing it, but once you start building strength, you get excited about doing it.

  33. I have wanted a six pack sense I was in middle school and my figure started mattering to me. I had no idea at that time how hard it would be and the nutritional side of it. Now that I am forty two it is more and more difficult to lose the fat that is on top of the muscle and that is basically what I really need to do. I know they’re there somewhere.

  34. I have been doing a variation of the jack knife sit ups’ (the second video demonstration) with great results. The exercise I am talking about is called V Up Roll Ups’. It is just like the jack knife except it has another part to it. You first raise your upper body up (pointing to the sky), then come down and up again to do a jack knife. Then repeat another rep.

  35. Six Pack Abs says:

    Great article, super useful! I need to build stomach muscle.
    Thanks a lot guys – the hard work starts tomorrow!

  36. I’m so tired of feeling terrible and looking like I feel. I want so bad to get rid of the fat on my stomach and once in my life have a flat stomach. I remember thinking I was fat back in high school and I was a size nine, oh to be so fat again. Thank you for this post I’ll try some crunches for strength but please reply with a fat burning trick.

    • A good fat burning trick? Well you can burn fat pretty quick by just jogging everyday. If you want what i use to do is get on youtube and type in Insanity workout fat burner and watch a video and put it on full screen and start exercising with the video.

  37. I was reading your article and I was wondering do you really think that something like yoga and planks for your abs is better than crunches at building ab muscles? I can handle that because I love yoga but I want to be sure which one is better. What is the best way to lose fat as well I have tried numerous diets and nothing seems to work, any ideas?

  38. Mark, I understand where you are coming from with this comment but do you realize how hard it is to lose that fat sometimes? I have been trying for years, all different kinds of diets and things to get rid of that layer of fat and I can’t seem to do it. What are you suggesting for that purpose? I have tried, low carb, no carb, slow carb and fasting so what do you do?

  39. Sometimes, all the hard work of just a good workout, can not make up for eating the right foods.

  40. This is interesting because I have been reading all kinds of blogs here lately that ate talking about intermittent fasting and that you don’t have to eat at set times, you should eat when you are hungry only. I have been doing what you were talking about here because that is what I was doing before but I wanted something that would work faster.

  41. It is funny how people don’t realize that you have to do both: lose fat and strengthen your abdominal wall. In some cases, persons already have muscular abs, but do not even know it because they have a layer or layers of belly fat covering their six pack. Abs are not that hard to build as long as you are committed to be consistent with your workouts.

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