How to get ABS

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ChaoZ
Well I'm 13(going on 14) yes I admit it... I want to know how to begin to get abs. I don't want any weights or anything, just something natural, that will get me started to get abs.

Edit- I'm 5'9 would it make a difference?  

08 Nov 2004 10:14

antihero
[QUOTE=ChaoZ]Well I'm 13(going on 14) yes I admit it... I want to know how to begin to get abs. I don't want any weights or anything, just something natural, that will get me started to get abs.

Edit- I'm 5'9 would it make a difference?[/QUOTE]


you will get abs by doing situps on a decline bench, and by doing hanging leg raises. You will get to see your abs if you have a low bf%. mine is 4.6%, and mine show. Im only 16. diet and cardio are the most important things to do when you are trying to get abs to show.  

09 Nov 2004 01:19
shortz
Abs are about low BF. You need to eat right and exerice. Other than that, crunches...nothin more to it.  

09 Nov 2004 04:17
sa12
The key here is very low bodyfat.

Situps will develop the muscles, but if you have a layer of fat covering the stomach area then you are never going to see your abs.

You will need to combine a situp workout with a high intensity cardio workout to burn bodyfat and then you will get those abs showing.

Without the fat burning you will just have a bigger stomach, which will be strong supporting your body, but not defined at all.  

09 Nov 2004 16:47
ChaoZ
About how much cardio workout should I do a day/week? How many sit ups should I be doing? How do I do a proper sit up?  

11 Nov 2004 11:51
ChaoZ
Where should my body fat be at?  

11 Nov 2004 21:00
shortz
If you have good genetics, you may be able to see your abs at about 13%, most guys need to have about 11% though. Do cardio about 3 days a week and just eat healthy. That's all there really is. Most people are just lazy and get out of the habit and lose their abs.  

11 Nov 2004 21:12
Storm
This about 6-7%  

14 Nov 2004 11:26
antihero
[QUOTE=Storm]This about 6-7%[/QUOTE]


damn bro, id like to see what your training routine is....  

14 Nov 2004 20:40
Pinpe
Antihero, I think it is not about 'a training routine'... I think it takes few years of continuity and hard work...  

15 Nov 2004 17:35
antihero
[QUOTE=Pinpe]Antihero, I think it is not about 'a training routine'... I think it takes few years of continuity and hard work...[/QUOTE]

true, but i think that the frequency, and quality of the routine are just as important as the effort and duration put into it...

How long has he been training?  

15 Nov 2004 23:39

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