It’s not about the number of crunches you did last week. Ancient Greeks and Romans viewed visible abs as a symbol of health, strength, and physical fitness. It is impossible to lose body fat in specific areas of your body by training that body part more often. Abs is 80% your calorie intake. Even people who don’t train at all but have low body fat percentage are equipped with amazing, visible abs. The most effective action toward achieving those ripped abs is to clean up your diet. If you are not sure how to make it check my EBOOK HERE. Also, remember that abs and core should be engaged in every activity you are doing. If you only train them to by doing endless crunches, you won't activate each of the muscles in ways in which they can grow. They need to be trained from various angles and dimensions. Make sure you eat enough protein. If your diet is relatively clean but you still want better results it’s cardio time! Cardio, also called aerobic exercise, is any form of exercise that increases your heart rate. I will be telling more about cardio in my UPCOMING EBOOK, launching next week. Remember that abs are also genetic predisposition and don’t be too hard on yourself. Stress management is another important thing. When cortisol is elevated your body shifts into fat storage mode. Everything comes from within, even your abs! It’s easier to train more rather than understand what caused you to feel out of balance and what life is trying to teach you (SPIRITUAL SOS HERE). Stressing over the visibility of your abs is definitely not the best idea.


Clean up your diet

Increase the protein intake

Clean up your emotional life

Keep your workout routine diversified

Maintain an active lifestyle every single day