Friday, May 2, 2014

3 Best Ab Exercises for Six Pack Abs



There are NUMEROUS combination of exercises that can help you achieve your best set of abs. For now, let’s start with this! Here are 3 best ab exercises structured together to create one of the most insanely powerful ab workouts. When properly performed together back-to-back with minimal rest between sets, it will really activate the entire core area, and stimulate those abdominal walls to achieve your best set of abs. 

This intense "post-workout" ab routine is designed to be done after a great weight lifting routine, and/or a high intensity cardio orinterval training. Why? Well, because concentrated ab exercises are great to build those ab muscles, but done alone it's not intense enough to burn the stubborn belly fat hiding the ab muscles. 

So the best thing to do is a full body workout to trigger the fat-burning process before performing this ab exercise routine; this will prove to be effective in sculpting and developing your best set of abs while also burning that stubborn layer of fat (to reveal the sculpted ab muscles underneath).

Executing in proper form and taking minimal rest in between sets is KEY! Your abs should be totally engaged during the entire ab exercise. DO NOT rely on momentum (swinging any body part from point A to point B). All movements must be done with full muscle contraction and control or you would lose out on getting the best results. 

Here's the complete ab workout:

Bicycles
Beginners: 3 sets of 20-30 reps (or go to failure)
Intermediate and Advance: 3 sets of 30-50 (or go to failure)

Captain's Chair Leg raises (or knee tucks)
Beginners: 3 sets of 10-15 reps (or go to failure)
Intermediate and Advance: 3 sets of 15-20 (or go to failure)

Stability Ball Crunches
Beginners: 3 sets of 10-15 reps (or go to failure)
Intermediate and Advance: 3 sets of 15-20 (or go to failure)

For beginners, this program can be very challenging, so start with only doing one set and add another set each week to slowly work your way up to 3 sets per exercise.

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