It sounds like you know exactly what goals you have when it comes to getting your abs. Diets can work, but here’s the thing – there is a start and an end to a diet. So…Once a diet is over, what do you do then? My point is that instead of being on a diet that may only have short-term effects, why not be able to eat foods you like, feel good and full, as well as help you get closer to your six pack?
How you achieve that is being aware and mindful of your choices – portions and nutritionally-sound options are the difference between being on a temporary diet versus being able to eat and enjoy food for the rest of your life with the body you deserve. Start small and cut out all the excess sugar and processed foods, taking in only 100-200 fewer calories for 1-2 weeks. As the weeks go by, the amount of fewer calories per day can go in increments of 50 calories or so per week. If you start off this way, you set yourself up lower your body fat a lot more smooth and less tedious than you could want.
If you start off this way, you set yourself up lower your body fat a lot more smoothly and get your six pack abs much more efficiently. Also, to ensure that your abs have the definition and look you want when you get to a lower body fat percentage, train ab exercises periodically one-two times a week, maybe three times at most. Try these moves to isolate and define your core: http://youtu.be/RirJEkwZlKc.
I hope that helps you out, Leigh. Don’t forget – let us know of any other questions or comments you have right here!
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