When it comes to our bodies, we all have one place or another that we are somewhat unsatisfied with. You always here people say things like “I hate my thighs” or “my butt is too big”. Of course some of these things are said in jest, but there is still discontent hidden in there.
Despite it all though, the one thing that has become almost an obsession today is the way our abs look. It seems that everyone is looking for those ever elusive “six pack abs”, but much like Ponce De Leon’s search for the fountain of youth, it seems like it is impossible to find.
Now, while there is no “magical formula” for attaining a flat, firm, and toned stomach, there is something you can do that if done regularly, will get you the results that you are looking for. To get these results, stomachClick here to continue reading
By abs1 On September 11, 2010 No Comments
This is almost a trick, so be warned. The one rule to getting a flat stomach, losing belly fat and being a healthy weight, is to change your life.
There is only one reason why you are overweight now. It is because in recent years you have gone from being a healthy person, maybe without realizing it, to being an unhealthy one.
When at school our eating habits are restricted. Children can eat only during lunch break. Also, exercise is compulsory. This trend continues for a while after school for many people, as they follow sporting pursuits and their eating habits remain the same.
But time passes, and the good habits instilled during our formative years are eroded away. We snack, we eat extra meals, we become sedentary, stop exercising, stop playing sports, stop running for fun, stop cycling our bikes or climbing trees, stop
By Guest On September 2, 2010 No Comments
Flat Stomach Exercises
How to lose your tummy fat? That is the million dollar question! Understanding the secret of losing belly fat is the first step to achieving a lean and defined abdomen. All the stomach exercises in the World will not make your stomach flat if you do not burn the fat off first.
Many people accumulate some belly fat, especially after having children. This tummy fat is often called baby fat, and losing it can be very difficult for some people. If you are looking for advice on how to lose belly fat, follow these tips and tricks to help you lose love handles and extra flab.
Localized fat in the abdomen is a big problem for many women. Although men tend to have more fat around the waistline, what we call aClick here to continue reading
By Guest On September 2, 2010 No Comments
Plank and side planks are great stability exercises. The plank is performed by supporting the body on either the forearms or the hands and feet, in a classic press up position. Keep the back straight at all times. If the back starts to sag slightly, this is because you are tiring, so stop. Abdominals must be engaged and if you do not quickly feel your abdominals tiring then you are not doing the plank properly.
The side plank can be performed in either a half or full position. The side plant is performed by supporting the body on just one hand, with the feet close together. The other hand is held up vertically. To perform a half side plank, you support the body on one elbow with the forearm on the ground, with the feet together. See the Side Plank YogaClick here to continue reading
By Guest On September 1, 2010 No Comments
So you want a strong, flat stomach with ripped six pack abs. Who doesn’t? It should be easy to accomplish too, for it is just one small area of your body. Right?
Wrong! Losing your belly fat and getting a six pack is one of the hardest things to achieve. Some people have a natural advantage over others, but mostly it requires a lot of your time, dedication and hard work.
Learn the Truth About Six Pack Abs and Losing Belly Fat
The title of this article was actually designed to catch you off guard. There will be no “exercises to lose belly fat” as spot reduction, or targeting stomach fat, does not work. You may have been brainwashed by infomercials that abs toning devices will melt away your stomach fat and reveal 6 pack abs, but thisClick here to continue reading
By admin On July 17, 2010 No Comments
Do you find this to be somewhat frustrating too? Even the so-called fitness experts can’t seem to agree on the best exercises for abs.. I think part of the problem is that the experts don’t seem to take a good look at what the abdominal muscles do in everyday life. In this article I am going to list the 3 worst exercises for abs and the 7 best exercises for abs.
The best exercises for abs involve 3 important characteristics: 1. stabilize the trunk; 2. slow down trunk extension; and 3. rotate or slow down rotation of the spine and trunk.Click here to continue reading