4 Weeks to Crunchless Abs

4 Weeks to Crunchless Abs

The key or should I say “keys” to a ripped 6 pack that impresses the onlookers at the beach are NOT what you think. It’s not the 100 sit ups every day that get you there nor is it the sets of 50 crunches. I’m fairly confident that by now most of us are comfortable with saying NO to crunches and YES to my 3 rules for creating the strong, striated and hard-looking abs you ‘ve always wanted.

First, abdominal workouts shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes 2-3 times per week MAX! Most people out there are killing themselves with sets, reps and far too much time and sadly NEVER getting results.

Second, implement NEW movements often and follow a “Progression” to build up your entire core. With most things in life, our performance improves over time and what was once challenging becomes too easy. Follow an intelligent progression and watch your ability soar!

Lastly, focus on time under tension AND fully engaging everything including your quads, glutes, back and abs to create what I like to call, The Pyramid of Strength. Firing all of these muscles together takes your calorie burning potential and muscular building potential off the charts.

I like to think of our abdominal muscles as a symphony orchestra…sounds crazy, I know. But imagine listening to an entire group playing together and how full the sound can be versus just a few horns and string instruments. The network of muscles in our core DEMAND to be “played” together to reach levels not attained from isolation exercises.

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We hoped you enjoyed this article with video based tutorials. make sure to apply these tactics to your abdominal training right away. It is very important to follow these exact techniques to prevent any damage to your back.

Men’s Domain note: This guest article is from Mike Westerdal, who writes a Free Online Weight Training Magazine. Be sure to check out his website Critical Bench

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