Did you ever dream of getting those rock hard abs like superheroes?
First thing you’ll have to do is stop believing you can tone up your abs… That’s total and utter BS. You can’t tone a muscle, a muscle can only get bigger or smaller.
You need to get your body fat percentage low enough if you want to see them.
No matter how big you abdominal muscles are, if they’re covered with a layer of fat you won’t see them!
So stop doing all those crunches with the hope they’re going to land you a six pack and start losing some fat!
Have a look at the top 5 fat-loss tips to help you get rid of the fat.
Now you know how to get rid of that extra layer we’re going to focus on getting some serious superhero abs!
We’re going to give YOU a kick start training plan to get you there:
Hanging Leg Raises:
You’re going to have to perform this exercise slowly and in control. Try to avoid sweeping up your legs and let them fall down. If you can’t control your muscles you aren’t training them the right way. If it’s the first time you do this, don’t add weight. You’ll have enough trouble with your own weight. As you get more advanced you can add a dumbbell between your feet. However you have to be careful, it’s possible you’re going to get yourself a hernia if you add the weight to quickly.
If you think this is to easy, try to do it with only one hand.
Another advantage when doing this exercise is that you’ll strengthen your grip. A weak grip will limit the amount of work you can put in. Not only with leg raises but with everything weight/fitness related.
If you can’t hold your dumbbells how are you going to improve your strength?
It may look like a stupid exercise but I can guarantee you that they’ll leave you behind broken and screaming.
There are hundreds of ways to do them, that’s good because you can fit them to your need.
You can never master the plank completely, if it gets to easy you’ll just have to do it for a longer period of time.
variations include with your arms stretched under your shoulders, normal plank, spiderman plank, one arm, one leg and one arm raised…
The great thing about the plank is that you’ll notice an increase in strength quickly. Week after week you’ll be able to hold the plank for a longer amount of time. This is a great motivator.
Great exercise, the only downside is that you need equipment to do it.
- Position a bar securely into an anchor in the corner. Load the bar with an appropriate weight.
- Raise the bar from the floor, taking it to shoulder height with both hands with your arms extended in front of you. Adopt a wide stance. This will be your starting position.
- Perform the movement by rotating the hips as you swing the weight all the way down to one side. Keep your arms extended throughout the exercise.
- Now do the exact movement to the opposite side.
- Continue doing this until the set is complete.
Now you’re ready to build that washboard six-pack you always wanted. Decide what you want to accomplish!
You might be overweight, out of shape or even embarrassed about your life, However you can create a new personae that is the exact opposite of the things you hate at this moment! That new person will turn things around.
If you need some help with your transformation don’t hesitate to contact us for a personalized guiding.