There’s no such thing as spot-reducing fat, and a six-pack is indicative of overall health and whole-body fitness, not just the state of the core muscles. If there’s too much fat on top of the ab muscles, you’ll never see them, no matter how much core work you do. That means that you need to eat healthy and do some cardio combined with heavy weight training to build muscle, lose fat and see your abs.
On the other hand, when it comes to sculpting the abs of your dreams, it’s not as simple as doing endless crunches. Developing a six-pack requires more than just working the ‘pretty’ muscles that you can see. The deeper, transverse core muscles must be strengthened first to create a strong, solid base—without that, only doing crunches can actually make your belly stick out more.
In this article, we present you with a workout that will help you build a rock solid core and abs of steel. The best part is that you can do this workout just about anywhere.
Without too much talking, here is the workout:
1. V- ups scissors
2. V-ups in and outs
3. V-ups up and over
4. Ab hammer
5. Side oblique
6. Bench in and out
Beginners : 3 circuits with 10 reps of each exercise
Intermediates : 4 circuits with 15 reps of each exercise
Advanced trainees 5 circuits with 20 reps of each exercise