abdominal-exercise

As a man, you were born with a muscle that drives women wild. When a woman sees a nice one she gasps in excitement. Women talk about this area of a man’s body quite a bit…but most men don’t realize it.

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It is almost taboo to talk about in fitness circles. No…it’s not “that” muscle. Get your mind out of the gutter!

six pack abs
[Antonio “Flashes Some Skin” Whenever He Hitchhikes]

I’m Talking About The Lower Abdominal and Hip Region

Women love the area of a man’s body where the lower abs meet the hip flexors. This forms those “V” shaped lines when a man is at a low body fat level and has good ab definition. I think women [click to continue…]

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In Part I, of Conquering Low Back Pain…I mainly discussed my personal story and struggle with back pain over the years.

Part II I will discuss the common mistakes people make that prevent them from having a pain free back.

So What Are So Many People Doing Wrong? [click to continue…]

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Assuming that your body fat is low enough, it takes very little work to get six pack abs. I am absolutely convinced that most of the crunches and twists that you see people perform in the gym are a waste of time. [click to continue…]

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Finally a great video demonstration of the best way to get six pack abs! In this video Craig Ballantyne, author of Turbulence Training, demonstrates exercises known as “planks”. He explains why doing crunches is a waste of time.

I completely agree with Craig…I have done nothing but planks for over 5 years for my abs and they have never looked better! [click to continue…]

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I often get asked what the best abdominal exercise is to get six pack abs. Here is my answer every time…

There isn’t an abdominal exercise that can be considered the best!

Having a ripped midsection is much more a result of having a low body fat level…not about working your abs with a particular lift.

What kills me is that I see personal trainers taking their clients through all sorts of crunching exercises to “really hit their midsection”.

Let’s take a look at a diagram… [click to continue…]

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