There are two different types of people who want to see their abs, people who have never seen their abs and people who have been training for a long time and still cannot see their abs clearly. If you are in the second group then you need to lose fat which are hiding your abs.
This article will briefly discuss the tricks to lose fat and change your training to burn more calories and speed up your metabolism. But if you are in the first group that has never seen their abs before and you have never trained on a regular basis then you need to start training.
If you want to lose weight and pick up muscle then you have to not only start eating correctly but you have to train hard. This training needs to get you stronger which will increase the amount of muscle that you hold increasing your core strength.
The thickness of your abdominals is directly related to the amount of strength and the amount of muscle that your body holds. But no matter how much muscle you have your abs will never be seen if your body-fat percentage is too high and this means eating correctly.
If you have been training for a while and cannot see your abs then you need to add some high-intensity interval training or HIIT to shed more fat than low-intensity cardio. Jog on the treadmill for one minute and walk for two minutes to recover. The peaks and valleys keep your body guessing so you burn more fat.
You can also add a few abdominal workouts after circuit training. Train with exercises that work every angle of the muscle group like hanging leg raises - holding a pull up bar and raising your legs so your body is bent to a 90-degree angle for four sets of 20 repetitions, and planks - holding yourself in a push-up position on your elbows for four sets of 30 seconds.
But without a doubt the most effective way to see your precious abs that you have worked so hard for is by eating correctly. This means eating more often so that your metabolism starts to speed up and cutting down on the calories that you eat so that you are close to a calorie deficit.
The more muscle that you have the faster your metabolism will go and the more calories you will burn even if you are just watching TV. To maintain a pound of fat your body needs less than 5% of the calories per hour than it needs to maintain a pound of muscle.
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