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When it comes to abdominal area, it might be one of the toughest areas for perfecting. This includes both creating strong muscles and eliminating all of the excessive fat tissue. A guide to abdominal workout must contain fact regarding both dieting and exercising. However, the truth is that no guide will ever help much if a person is not mentally completely dedicated to the problem.

Abdominal region

Abdominal region is one element of the core of the body, which means that it should be strong because it helps with many other exercises, it keeps the proper posture and six pack really looks great when properly developed. Abdominal region includes lower, upper and side abs (so-called love handles). For creating a six pack, all these need to be worked out effectively. Experts say that lower abs might be the most important for perfecting this part of the body. Actually, only when performing exercises for lower abdominal region, the entire area is affected, both upper and side abs, which is not the case when upper abs are exercised. Also, lower abs always have problem with being visible because there is usually belly fat present, which covers them completely.


When creating six pack, both muscle mass building and cardio workout is needed. Cardio is required for eliminating the fat tissue and it is great because it uses the entire body and several muscle groups at the same time. This means that abdominal area will be completely visible, but those abs must be ripped, which is done with performing abdominal exercises. Basic exercises would include sit ups, crunches, leg raises etc. Each of those is great for strengthening the abs, but a training session also must follow some simple rules. For example, the routine has to be changed, as often as possible. This will activate the muscles in several ways, so that each muscle fiber is properly developed. Crunches are very interesting because they can be very strenuous and effective. They require lifting the torso and at the same time pulling thighs towards chest. This requires a hard muscle contraction, which needs a lot of energy thus burning a lot of calories. Also, crunches might include another element and that is being still when torso is up. Legs can be straight, above the floor or with thighs close to chest. Also, bicycle motion can be done in this situation, or closing up one thigh to chest and then another. With torso in mid air, at about 45 degrees from the floor, muscles are becoming bigger while the fat is lost.

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