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post #11 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-22-2006, 04:31 AM
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I'd tell you some super fancy way to gain a visible 6-pack, but I'll just tell you the way I got my midsection cut up. (For the ladies of course... )

All I do is jump rope. I swear to you it's the MOST under-utilized way to achieve results in your abdomen region. Mind you, you can't just do something like 3 sets of 50 without stopping. My normal daily cardio regimen looks like this: wake up - run 2 miles (usually equates to 20-22 minutes)...eat breakfast, take my dog for a walk (25-40 min. at most), then I do 10 sets of 100 jumps without stopping. It equals out to 1,000 jumps perfectly. Has worked wonders for me, for I'd say at least the last year and 1/2.

Try it out (the jump rope part...but you can do the running and whatnot if you choose to).

Lemme know what happens. Best Of Luck bud.

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post #12 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-22-2006, 04:48 AM
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Getting a 6-Pack is really only about 20% working out and 80% discipline. Basically eat the right things always and do a few crunches everyday and you should have them soon.
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Getting a 6-Pack is really only about 20% working out and 80% discipline. Basically eat the right things always and do a few crunches everyday and you should have them soon.
I agree, but eating right is a lot more work than it sounds. In my experience there is two ways to do it. The easy way is to eat six simple planned meals were all you eat is chicken breasts, tuna, and egg whites with a protein shake for snacks, works fast but kinda sucks (I love variety)
The other way which I utilize now is having six more complex meals which I still eat the core proteins but I also include fruits, vegetables, grains, pastas. I spend a lot of time measuring,weighing,counting and reading labels. Its hard but I get to eat good food that I enjoy. Plus I keep my body fat low and I feel great!
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doing ab exercises will only make abs stronger and make the skin a little tighter on them....to get them to really show u gotta do cardio and eat healthy
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post #15 of 23 (permalink) Old 11-23-2006, 05:24 PM
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I think you should focus on eating...a lot. 90 pounds at age 15? That's unbelievable, dude. I weigh literally more than twice your weight and I'm 15.
In order for skinny people with fast metabolism to get buff, they need to eat a whole lot...
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I have been working on my abs but I still can not develop a visible six pack...help?
OK well if you only weight 90lbs at 15 you have to give your self time to grow the abs will come when you start gaining more muscle weight. Some people have six pack because of genetics. To maintain you have to combine eating healthy exercise and cardio together.....now if your dedicated and you still have a hard time seeing results then maybe you body is not cut out to be that way....time will tell kid no worries...just train hard be dedicated and it will all come together trust me....I was 120lbs when I was 19 years old at 5'6 now I am 173bs.

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the key is a high protein low carb diet along with ur stomacch workout also if ur not already doing it train ur obliqes as hard as ur abs
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obleqes???

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lol yes obliques are the muscles on the outer portion of the stomach.....

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Well if you only weigh 90 lbs even at 15 (i'm 15 too and i'm 165 lbs) then you probably need more muscle overall. Do you know any local gyms that you could join? I joined one only this June and i have upped my weight nearly 30lbs so taht really really helps. Working out at home is very boring.

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