Make your Abs More Visible

Are you sick of crunches? Unfortunately, we all have to work much harder and longer, to get visible abs, BUT if you avoid these mistakes, you can show your six-pack faster!

The most common reasons why your abs are not visible

#1 You have too much body fat

If you want to get abs, you have to burn off the fat layer. Making your abs show, is a matter of getting low body fat levels. The lower your body fat, the thinner your skin will appear and the more your abdominal muscles will show through.

#2 Your diet is not on point 

The best way to get six-pack abs is to have a healthy and balanced diet. Even the best abs workout is useless if your nutrition is out of control. If your goal is revealing your abs, you will need to maintain a clean and healthy diet. Eat whole grain and water-rich foods to keep your metabolism high. Try low-fat proteins like baked or grilled chicken, fish or lean meat. Enhance your workouts with complex carbs, like oats and brown rice. Stay away from white flour, and sugar, which quickly raise your blood sugar, promoting fat gain around the middle.

To make sure you meet your daily nutrient requirements, you can add protein supplements to your healthy diet. It is rich in protein and amino acids and contains low amounts of fat and carbohydrates. 

#3 Your abs workout is not hard enough

How to get abs? You have to make them BURN! Most people perform a lot of reps and expect fast results, but if you want your abs to pop, you need to add resistance. By adding weights to your workout routine, you force your muscles to work harder and allow to build a deeply-etched six-pack. Furthermore, keep your reps in the hypertrophy range (12-15 reps) and work on increasing resistance, just like you would with any other exercises for other body parts.

#4 You try to crunch away the fat

Focusing only on the abs workout does not work. You cannot lose fat in specific areas of your body by training that body part more often. Unfortunately, abdominal fat is usually the last bit to come off and the first to come back. The best way to get abs for women is to get rid of the belly-fat is by slowly and gradually burning it off from your entire body through cardio, nutrition, and strength training.

#5 You don’t target your abs from every angle

Hitting all areas of the ab region means upper, lower and obliques. Just like you do for any other body parts you need to target all areas of the ab region: upper, lower, and obliques. Most people just do crunches or sit-ups and expect great results. To make your abs pop, you need to avoid this by including at least one specific exercise that targets each area of your six-pack during abs workouts.

#6 You avoid cardio

Cardio is really important for revealing your abs and is always going to be a key factor. Unfortunately, one of the biggest mistakes I see people make when attempting to speed up their fat loss is by doing the wrong type of cardio. Low intensity, long duration cardio workouts are not the best way to lose fat. They are time-consuming and can be damaging to the metabolism, by ending up burning off precious muscle mass. Try interval cardio and high-intensity training to boost up your metabolism and start burning fat. Intervals have been shown to burn more fat than long-duration cardio sessions. HIIT also increases your metabolism at a higher rate, for a longer period after exercise is over which results in greater calories burned over time. For example, if you go for a run, sprint for a minute, walk for a minute and repeat.

 #7 You don’t drink enough water 

Keeping yourself hydrated is essential when you want to get six-pack abs safely. The more dehydrated you are, the more your body will retain water and store it under your skin. This stored water will look like excess fat. Therefore, drink plenty of water to keep your metabolism high and maintain muscle fullness. Besides, the water will help you to feel full and satisfy sugar cravings.

Make sure to drink water regularly throughout the day and as well as during training. You should drink at a minimum 8 cups of water per day .

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