Getting Perfect Six Pack Abs In 6 Weeks
Don’t get too excited. There’s no such thing as a shortcut to those perfectly chiseled abs in a month’s time, and no matter how hard you wish for it, they’re not just gonna pop out magically without you working and literally sweating for it. But while no fairy godmother and magic wand can do the trick for you, there’s still a logical way to do it. It’s not gonna be easy because it’ll take a lot of hard work and discipline but if you really want those abs, then you just have to put in the work and do it the right way.
So apart from your six-pack wish and your willingness to work for it, what else does it take to make it happen? Well, first and foremost, you need to create calorie deficits, and you do that by burning more calories than you take in. But as simple as it sounds, getting rid of that belly fat so your abs can finally surface and stay there requires putting some structure to your diet and exercise, and below are some tips on how to do it.
Do cardio plus weights
If you want to burn calories fast, go for high intensity cardio. However, it’s harder to do than steady state cardio, which takes longer time to burn fat but is more sustainable. Whichever you prefer and go for, just make sure you combine your cardio with weights because the more muscles you build, the more calories you burn.
No specific diet plan can work for everyone. You’ll have to carefully watch what you eat and drink, and observe how your body responds to what you take in. But generally, lean protein, good carbs, and lots of fruits and veggies make for a healthy diet plan. You may also do some occasional fasting for detox purposes.
You can’t work for a six-pack and expect to stay dry. You’re gonna sweat a lot because you have to and you need to drink lots and lots of water because you have to. Don’t wait until you’re too thirsty to even reach for your jug. Also, make it a habit to drink water before you grab some food because it also helps stave off hunger.
Maximize your training
Spot training does let you build muscles in specific areas of your body but not burn fat in them. So to maximize your training and get optimum results, don’t spend too much of your time just doing crunches and planks. Don’t miss out on step number 1. Do your cardio exercises and hit the weights so you can create more calorie deficits as you build your muscles.
Demystify weight loss
Instead of putting your hope on weight loss pills that can even put you in danger when taken in wrong dosages, just put in the hard work needed for your perfect abs to come to life in a month’s time.