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The Secret To Enviable Abs

A toned, lean stomach is the ultimate sign of a fitness plan that’s working. It’s also one of the hardest things to achieve. Maybe you’ve given up on your abs after doing thousands of crunches only to see zero results. I honestly don’t blame you. It’s time that you forget everything you’ve heard about how to sculpt your abs. The

5 Diet Secrets for Flat Abs

As much as I love exercise (and you know I do!) exercise alone will not get you a toned stomach. Your diet is a huge part of the equation. Someone could workout all day long, but then eat in a way that promotes major fat storage, and they wouldn’t have a toned, beach-ready tummy. While your diet is probably not

Do You Believe This Belly Fat Lie?

So you want to get rid of some belly fat. And you can’t help but be on the lookout for that magical exercise that will give you flat abs once-and-for-all. I’m sorry to burst your bubble of hope… But all the ab crunches in the world won’t make a dent in your muffin top, as long as you continue with

12 Days Of Christmas-Washboard Abs Edition

Red and green decorations are out, nostalgic tunes fill the airways and the kids are hard at work on their letters for Santa. I know what’s on your list this year and it isn’t found at your local department store. You’re wishing for washboard abs—so I’ve put together “The Twelve Days of Christmas –Washboard Abs Edition” just for you. On

Core Balance Work The Key to Six Pack Abs

My key focus in both my own workout and personal fitness coaching is “Balance”. What I mean by balance is strengthening of opposing muscle groups like for example Bicepts vrs tricepts Quads vrs hamstrings And most important for posture Abdominals vrs lower back the core This is especially important for good posture when it comes to core muscle groups Core

How to Get Six pack Abs

1. Step 1.  Understand the anatomy of the abdominal muscles. Your abs are located in the midsection of your body. They are made up of the transverse abdominus, rectus abdominus, internal obliques and external obliques. The transverse abdominus is a deep muscle. It wraps around the entire abdominal area and helps to stabilize the trunk. The internal and external obliques are