Friday, December 16, 2011

The Most Effective Way To Obtain Six Pack Abs and A Lean Stomach Learn The Real Truth and Secrets About Abs by Darius Woodard

First and foremost the most important thing to do in order to get control of losing your belly bulge and get a flat six pack is completely cleaning up your diet. Exercising is important, but your diet trumps all when it comes to losing body fat so that you can be able to see your abs.

There is so much disarray these days and ages about what a healthy diet that pushes fat loss really is... after all, we all are so overwhelmed by conflicting messages in the media about what is healthy and what is not, and you have all of these gimmicky diet books about low carbs, low fat, high protein, vegetarian, fasting, atkins, south beach, liquid diets, and thousands more. There's so much false information, that the average buyer doesn't even know where to start when it comes to eating for fat loss and a healthy body.

Another thing, is to focus incredibly hard on the intensity of your workouts and focus on working the body as a whole in stead just a single body part in order to get the best metabolic response to lose that ever so stubborn stomach fat.

To really get fit, the workouts should have a high intensity level, with short periods of rest in between, work out the largest muscle groups of the body, instead of trying to isolate specific small muscles like the biceps, triceps, or calves.

For the last thing, let us talk about actually training the abs specifically. When it comes down to training the abs, if you want the best results, I always recommend you to forget about the stupid floor exercises for the most part. They are ok for someone that is really out of shape, but most people that are very well conditioned need a much better and intense work out for their abs than crunches and situps. Crunches is one of the abs workouts that actually provides barely any resistance, and remember that resistance is the key to develop and tone your muscles.

I’ve provided a ton of great abs workouts in my book, but one of “THE” most resistant exercises for the abs, is hanging leg raises (but NOT the stupid way you see most people do them in the gym). The key to getting the best results is doing these and actually working the crap out of your abs, is to curl your pelvis bone up as you elevate your legs. Almost and I mean almost nobody ever does this exercise right. To be very honest, a huge amount of people can’t do this at first, but I provide some tips and tricks in my book as to how to progress to doing these extremely accurate.

I know this might sound funny to some people, but the MAIN thing that people are doing wrong to get those flat 6-pack abs is... are you listening to this?

They spend entirely too much time focusing on training their abs! WAY too much time is spent on abs exercises. Sounds crazy, but it's the hidden true.

Remember this, having a flat and visible six pack of abs is all about sliming down to a low body fat percentage. In order to do that, your exercises must mainly focus on stimulating a fat burning hormonal environment in your body, and giving you a higher metabolic rate. This just doesn’t happen when you focus too much of your time focusing and training a small muscle group like the abs.

Instead, you must use the majority of your time working and focusing on training the largest muscle groups of the body like the legs as a whole not just the calves or hamstrings separately , the back, and your chest. This is what speeds up your metabolism and the fat burning hormones that will get you truly lean and sporting a flat six pack of abs!

When it comes to forming the six pack abs themselves, I again refer to any kinds of leg rasing ab exercises, as well as some good floor abs exercises like lying leg thrusts (all described and illustrated in my book).

However, the most maximum definition in the abs and mid section comes from losing that stubborn body fat, and the most effective workouts featured in my book for that accomplishment are various kinds of swings and snatches (unique dumbbell or kettlebell exercises that almost nobody ever does in normal gyms), squats, dead lifts, lunges, step-ups, cleans & presses, mountain climbers, sprinting, and other full body exercises and calisthenics. If you want great looking flat six pack abs, focusing on those instead of focusing so much on training the abs directly is the key to success!

I have provided a fully comprehensive discussion of this topic in my program, which accounts for almost 2/3 of the book, but I'll try to make some nice and simple notes to get people started on the right path to six pack abs immediately. The most important thing is that your diet needs to be as natural and unprocessed as it possibly can. It almost always comes back to the over processing of food that makes the diet unhealthy, and makes it totally wreck your metabolic rate and hormonal balance in your body.

For one example, why would you eat refined grains, when you can eat whole grains (even better than whole grains are sprouted grains, I would usually recommend limiting grain foods overall for best results).

Why would you eat refined sugar, when you can get natural sources of sugar from a high nutrient whole food like fruit. Why in the world would you eat highly processed, refined, and hydrogenated vegetable oils (these are THE most worst I repeat the worst things to eat in the modern diet), why not eat natural sources of healthy fats like nuts, avocados, fish, eggs, coconut milk, organically raised meat, and things like that.

The point I try to get across all the time is to not fall for some gimmick like extremely low carbs (although I do believe in a fairly reduced carb intake as I know that is a big problem for most people), low fat, super high protein, or any other combination that has you focusing on one macronutrient vs. another.

Your body needs all macronutrients it can get to thrive and obtain an assortment of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, etc. Try to cut out an entire food group will just work against what your body needs in the long run. I get into very much more detail on this exetremly important topic towards losing body fat (especially that stubborn stomach fat) for life in my book.

That’s a little information on how my program for lean flat abs can help you. Well, I hope you plucked several nuggets of information to get you motivated and started on showing off your flat abs in the near future. If you don't already own a copy, be sure to pick up a copy of my Truth about Six Pack Abs book and discover the entire system I've developed for ridding yourself of that extra ab fat for good!

Thanks for listening,

Darius Woodard