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  1. nick
    September 23, 2009

    All these workouts sound good but do u recomend n e thing 2 lose the moobs a man gains from being a lil chubby and what’s the best type of food or meals 2 aid ur training
    Cheers nick

  2. Elliot Wilson
    September 28, 2009

    For the past while my main abs exercises have been sit ups and ab wheel roll outs and maybe doing side blanks every now and then. Just wondering if you would put ab wheel roll outs into the same category as planks?

  3. Lester
    March 12, 2010

    is there a routine for this.

    can this be done everyday, or should there be rest periods?

  4. Miss Jones
    May 1, 2010

    What is that V muscle called?

  5. Different Nick
    July 1, 2010


    I have been running xc at my school for a year now and our coach has us do crunches at every practice. My upper abs seem to be much larger than my lower abs. is there any way to fix this?

  6. TJ
    October 2, 2010

    A year ago I had no idea that women went nuts over this line of muscle definition It was first pointed out by a female friend who pointed to a photo of a shirtless Mario Lopez. I figured that was never attainable for me.

    In January I started eating better and eating less – cutting a lot of fat out of my diet and excess calories…nothing horrendous, but enough so that I could feel better at the end of the day/week. In April I started running. I had not run since HS (20 years) and even then it was 1-2 miles max. At a slow pace of 9:30 – 11 minutes/mile, I worked my distance running up from 1-2 miles til I could run a 5K, then a 10K and did some other shorter run races – 4 and 5 milers before taking on a half marathon in September. My time at the gym was minimal…but just enough to keep some definition and keep from getting too small and weak in my shoulders and upper back and arms. However, I was attending my mat pilates class as many days a week as I could afford – she taught 4 classes so I would make it to at least 1, sometimes 4/week. We always did a lot of plank and oblique exercise that I guess must have contributed toward developing this V, although I didn’t even realize it.

    By July I had the pelvic V going on and my gf was taking great notice (she says it “drives her crazy”), as well as some other female friends whom I was running with. I’m 37 and at 6’4″, I had gone from 215 lbs in Jan down to 185-190 lb range (this varies daily depending on how much I ate and ran in the last 24 hours) by the end of August…maybe even earlier, but I spent all of July and August on the road and didn’t step on a scale (or go o the gym, or take pilates class…it was just running, some push ups and good diet for the summer) and my girl can’t keep her hands off me if I’m walking around with my shirt off and jeans or shorts low on my hips. Needless to say, I’m a happy man and wish I’d discovered this earlier in life, but better late than never.

  7. TJ
    October 2, 2010

    Oooops..Conclusion is…I think that the running and diet are the two biggest components to achieving this if you are a few pounds overweight…both will contribute to the fat loss and the runing to the definition. The other things will help enhance it, but it’s got to be visible first.

  8. alexander
    December 10, 2010

    Really great tips Rusty.Is there an isometric exercise for the serratus anterior?These muscles also seem to bulk up and i was wondering if there was an isometric exercise to make it strong and dense

  9. Reese – Stability Ball
    March 21, 2011

    Thanks for the tips Rusty. I want to get abs so bad it’s ridiculous. I found your site and now I am feeling confident that I can get them with the information you have laid out here.

  10. Matt
    December 7, 2011

    Awesome site and tips Rusty. As a kid i was always on the chunky side and continued to get heavier with age until i reached my max on 317 POUNDS!!! i am now 23 years old and holding at 152lbs and a 4 year veteran of the Marine corps. I achieved it with mainy cardio, lots and lots and LOTS of running no matter how much i hated it. i stil have alot if the left over skin to get rid of and your excersises are definetely at the top of my workouts. Being a Marine we do planks ALOT and i agree with it being one of the top for obliques. Thanks again and keep it coming.

  11. Greg
    March 5, 2012

    How long does it take for the extra flaby skin to go away or does it ever? Not that there is a whole bunch but there is some.

  12. Alfie
    April 14, 2012

    Just wondered will swimming tone these muscles as well???

  13. Ian
    June 26, 2012

    im 16 have a stroing 4 pack ( cant seem to shake the bf off my lower abbs) and want to define my v more and my abbs ive tryed to do some things ive seen in mens health but it hasnt worked much help? thanks

  14. Billy
    September 12, 2012

    Hey im 15 i do alot of sit ups crunches and other ab work outs but i dont see results and as the cardio goes im in xc and way 124(im short) the most i notice is i have my two pack ive had get more defined what can i do to get ther rest?

  15. Lila
    November 12, 2012

    I think those lines are ugly.

  16. Emma
    January 8, 2013

    I’m not very attracted to the “V lines”. My ex got his from lots of intercourse, and he also pushed his stomach muscles way beyond what they were capable of, and he’s super skinny.

  17. Kim
    May 9, 2013

    I must agree, this is definitely a point in which breathing is increased with most ladies haha. I’m curious, what that factor is for men on females. What about women who want this “V”? I’ve seen it on some women…very few in fact. How would they go about getting this muscle formation in their lower abdomen? I asked my doctor and he said that women are not meant to be so firm there because they bear children.

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