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The Desired Six Pack Abs And How To Train Them (Part 1)

Six pack abs seem to be the magical unicorn that so many people are chasing after but never seem to catch.

Many people wonder why they don’t have six pack abs.  That question is a bit confusing however because in truth we all have abs.  Don’t we?

Of course, having abs and having a six pack are obviously two very different things in some people’s mind.

The truth of the matter is we all have the same abdominal muscles.  What we do with them, how we work them and how we try to define them is up to us.

Every single person has a six pack, just the same as every single person has a pair of biceps.  The shape and definition of your six pack is dependent on many factors just like the shape and size of your biceps.

Unfortunately, your genetics is not something that you can change.  You can’t change your body type any more than you can change your height.  That is why you see that Midsection Meltdown – Reveal Your Six Pack Abs Today having visible abs is easy for some people and difficult for others.

To many people a six pack is the ultimate goal when it comes to working out.  This makes sense in a way because whenever you are losing weight the abs are the last thing to appear.

You have probably experienced this before.  You are trying to lose weight and you notice differences in your shoulders and arms, but nothing really in your abs.  That is because when you lose fat your body works from the outside in.  That is why the abs are so hard to uncover.

You have to realize that your body doesn’t care about how you look.  Your body is only interested in survival.  Your body doesn’t think that single digit body fat is a good idea, so it takes work and determination.  However, that can be said of anything worth having.

The bottom line is that everyone has abs.  The reason that everyone doesn’t have visible abs depends on a variety of factors.  For some people it is genetic, for other people it is lack of consistent effort, or simply not wanting

However, no matter what anyone says or tries to tell you, you do have abs, now it’s up to you and the help of these tips we’ll give you in the next 2 articles to transform them into a six pack.  Whether or not you put in the work and take the time to reveal it is up to you.



With all the products out there promoting six pack abs it is obvious that a lot of people need help.

The majority of people struggle with it so much that many people just give up and think that it is impossible.  One thing you have to realize is that in order for you to have a visible six pack you have to reach a certain body fat percentage.

You can increase the visual appeal of your abs by doing ab work and building the muscles.  However, if you are still carrying too much body fat they will not be well defined.

That’s why, in order to have visible abs you have to reduce body fat.  This is easier for some people than others, but everyone can do it.  There are many factors that go into weight loss.  Calories consumed and calories burned are just a small part of it.  You also have to consider your genetics, body type, and hormonal interaction.

All of these factors can add up and complicate the process.  People either get overwhelmed by all the different aspects, or they completely overlook some of them.  Either way this can make it seem like building a six pack is impossible.

You can feel like you are doing everything right.  You can be eating perfectly, you can be training well, and some other hidden factor can be slowing you down.

Sometimes simple things such as stress or lack of sleep can throw your hormones out of balance and cause you to retain water.  The water you retain can hide the progress you are making, and you start to get frustrated.  Once you get frustrated you get more stressed, and it can become a vicious cycle.

However, the truth is that everyone can develop their abs.  The main variable is how long it will take.  Some people always seem to have abs no matter what they do or eat.  For other people it is going to take a lot of work, and it is going to be frustrating.  Like with most anything else training related, consistency is the key to success.

If you stay consistent and monitor all the aspects of your training, life, and environment then you can build an awesome set of visible abs.


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