Crafting a killer six-pack takes weeks, sometimes months, of hard work and dedication to your training, eating, and sleep. If you’ve been hitting the gym, maintaining a caloric deficit, and hitting all your other checkmarks but still not seeing the midsection of your dreams it’s probably because of one problem area and one area only:
We understand. For whatever reason, it always seems like the hardest part to lean out is that abdominal area just below the belly button. But you can’t complete the six-pack and get that abdominal V-line by using the same exercises as before or just cranking up your cardio. You need a different approach.
Here, we focus on different training patterns and eating rules you should follow to complete the six-pack. On the latter, it’s vital you’re eating the right amount of calories. You can do crunches until the cows come home but if your gut is covered by a layer of fat (no matter how small it may be) you’re never going to impress the ladies.
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