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7 Steps to Six-Pack Abs

Lie on the floor on your back, knees bent at 90 degree, feet raised several inches off the ground. Contract your abs and hike hips off the floor, keeping your spine rounded. Raise knees high toward the ceiling. Relax and repeat as many times as you can.

Step 4. Make Your Cardio Workouts More Intense (And Shorter)  Cardio is an essential component to getting your six-pack, because it speeds up the weight-loss process.  Despite what you’ve probably read about moderate intensity cardio being the best method for burning fat (which is true), the fastest way to achieve overall calorie burn is HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), which goes like this: 60 seconds of biking, rowing or sprinting as hard as you can, followed by 30 seconds of rest. Repeat 10 times.

Step 5. Hanging Leg Raises. Don’t be fooled by its name — hanging leg raises are one of the best abdominal workouts you can do. The move works those deep, lower abdominal muscles that basic exercises like crunches miss. Start by hanging from a bar, legs straight. Engage your core and raise both legs straight in front of you (if this is your first time, it’s likely you will not be able to lift them very high — that’s OK). Repeat until failure.

how do I prevent the blocky, muscle bound look of a body builder and still get big?

I want to gain a lot more muscle but I am afraid that I will end up looking like a stiff muscle bound body builder. Is there anyway to prevent this or exercise differently so I don't end up looking stiff.


Good luck even getting half that far. You only wish you looked like a bodybuilder.


well u need to adjust ur workout plan to fit what u want ur body to look like, then once u get to the way u want urself to look like then just define ur muscles and u'll be fine.
most of the body builders u see in like magazines and stuff workout


www.getfit.tk i believe has the right answer for you. I was browsing through that site, I found lots of useful info and videos.

What Exercises can I do in my room to build muscle?

Well, I'm 14 and I'm 5'11 and weigh around 120lbs. What exercises can I do to build muscles, I want to build some in my chest and arms. I'm not looking to be a body builder or something, I just wanna hide the bones that stick out of my body. Also, I'm


Get ten pound weights and do some work outs you can find on youtube by typing dumbell chest and shoulder work outs. Or do good ole fashion push ups, crunches, and if you really want to get toned then try P90x. Its perfect for home work outs


v-ups, push ups, crunches, pistons, buy a medicine ball & do the russian twist, sit-up & throw, you need a second person for the medicine ball though.