Everybody wants a set of 6 packs. It’s the perfect image of bodybuilding fitness. In fact, even non bodybuilding nuts want a six pack abs fast.
The problem is that nobody really wants to work for them. They want to have things in life handed to them without putting in the hard work and dedication necessary to achieve results.
If the whole world worked like this everybody would be millionaires but nobody would be producing anything that’s valuable. In order to get results you have to show consistency, hard work, sweat, dedication, drive, discipline, motivation and an intense passion to achieve your goals.
Do you have these traits? If not, either start working on developing these mental and physical habits, or give up now before you start because it’s going to be a waste of your time going into this with a half hearted approach.
There’s nothing sexier than a flat midsection. So if you want to have six packs abs fast, all you got to do is perform a lot of sit-ups or any abdominal exercises. Right?
This is a mistake anybody can make. Just do exercises and you’ll get there. There’s something called the myth of “spot reduction” which means it’s impossible to lose fat just in one place on the body by doing exercises that target that specific area, like your stomach.
In this six packs abs fast video, Sean Nalewanyj of the Body Transformation Blueprint Program talks about the importance of knowing the body fat percentage when trying to achieve a tight, flat and defined midsection. Go ahead and at least watch this video and you’ll learn a thing or two about human physiology and losing weight in a unique way.
Everyone has a six pack abs. The only difference between us and those who have six packs is that ours is covered under a layer of subcutaneous fat. Remember visceral fat is interstitial fat (sometimes called brown fat) that hides in between the organs and muscle tissue itself. This is not what we’re talking about here. In order to see those six packs, we need to reduce that layer of lipid fat cells. Like I said, the layer of fat underneath the muscle, closer to your internal organs is called visceral fat.
Before we focus on exercising, crunches and all kinds of crazy stomach exercises we first need to take care of something that is even more important. Think about this for a moment. If you were living in the wild (in the jungle or woods) like in the garden of eden or even caveman style, do you think you’d need to do workouts to get a flatter belly? You’d be working out all day right? You’d be in the garden harvesting fruits and vegetables or hunting animals primal style for your meat right? The point is, it’s your food that’s causing 90% of the problem not your lack of exercise.
Get the food portion down correctly and then focus on doing isolation exercises (I prefer compound full body muscle movements myself) to build up a stronger core.
Some people train their abs 3 to 4 times a day and perform tons of 6 pack abs exercises only to find out that they’re nowhere nearer to having those six packs. It’s because of the spot reduction myth. Everybody believes that in order to get rid of the fat in the belly, then all you have to do is perform belly exercises, hence the 100 sets of sit ups. It’s impossible to lose fat in a specific area by doing exercises for that area.
Performing a biceps curl doesn’t eliminate the fat on your arms. It only stimulates your biceps. Similarly, doing tons of sit-ups does not reduce your belly fat. It only breaks down and tears down specific muscle fibers in your abdominal area. It nothing to the fat that is stored and sitting on top of your gut.
You have to approach it at a holistic level. In order to get rid of your fat in the belly, you need to get rid of all your fat entirely reducing your overall fat percentage ratio. You do this by creating a calorie deficit by eating 15 to 20% less than your caloric maintenance level.
Don’t worry about eating healthy fats either. Consuming fat doesn’t make you fat. Carbohydrates, sugars and huge insulin spikes are what are making people obese today. I eat raw grass fed butter, raw grass fed free range organic eggs, olive oil, salmon, avocados, nuts and seeds and never put on weight. It’s grains and carbs that screw with your thyroid levels thus lowering hormone levels in your body. Wheat, candy, high fructose corn syrup and white flour are making you fat.
Stop falling for those six pack abs programs. Stop falling for those thermogenic fat loss pills, bogus fat diets and fancy exercise routines that promise you a trim midsection.
Just listen to what Sean says and create a caloric deficit. Eat more small meals spaced two to three hours apart. Concentrate on eating high quality protein, natural unrefined carbs and drink plenty of water. This alone is the perfect formula for getting those six packs abs fast. If you spread your calories over longer periods of time this will help to stabilize your blood sugar and glucose levels.
If you keep eating all that sugar, you’re going to get diabetes and become insulin dependent and start losing limbs. You don’t want that so you must change now!