I’m participating in a blog challenge where every day this month I will be posting on a topic that begins with the letter of the alphabet. Today’s letter is A.
Let’s talk briefly about abs. Many people say they want them but few are willing to do what it takes to get them. What are abs you say? Abs is short for abdomen and are a group of mucles some may consider the stomach or belly. Here is a formal definition:
[abdominal muscle, any of the muscles of the anterolateral walls of the abdominal cavity, composed of three flat muscular sheets, from without inward: external oblique, internal oblique, and transverse abdominis, supplemented in front on each side of the midline by rectus abdominis.]
So how do you get visible abs? Here are a few things you must do:
- Eat clean by eating fresh fruit and vegetables, avoid fried and over processed food and drink plenty of water
- Exercise your abs to build the muscle as well as incorporate cardio to burn the fat covering your abs
- Get plenty of sleep and rest because the body actually repairs and builds while you are resting
There’s a famous saying “Abs are made in the kitchen” and they are. If you are exercising hard but not eating right – you will not see your ab muscles pop through the fat. Remove the layer of fat covering your ab muscles with the 3 activities listed above and you will be sporting envious visible abs in no time.
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Disclaimer: I am not a certified fitness professional, physician or nutritionist. I am simply sharing what I have learned and been taught by said professionals. Please do your own research before starting any fitness or diet program.