Thousands of crunches alone won’t do it. The biggest misconception most people have when training abs is that more is better. The time you spend working on your abs has very little impact on how long it takes you to get a six-pack. People often go to the gym and do a million different style crunches every day of the week waiting and hoping to see results. But if you find yourself doing this I'm afraid to tell you, you are trying to get abs the wrong way.
Abs muscles are like every other muscle in your body and you need to treat them just like you do for example an arm workout. You don’t do arms every day in the gym because they get tired right? Your abs need recovery time as well. You working your abdominal muscles every day is only hurting yourself.
The truth is that everybody already has a six-pack! But in order to see it, you have to lose body fat. Now you can keep killing yourself in the gym but if you are not seeing any results I am going to tell you the key secret. It is something that many people, including a lot of trainers, overlook: diet. The single most important tool that you need in order to develop your abs is diet
As your body fat starts to reduce you will slowly start to see them and you will see that you will not have to work as hard. Bottom line is if you want to see change then it all starts with what you eat!
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