Ultimate Ab Workout

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Example of Male Abdominal Muscles

Published on October 12, 2012 with No Comments

Work Hard For Those Abs

If you’re looking to work those abs until you ache but you know that the results will make you look good, check out this article from Men’s Health.

From the editors at Men’s Health:
If you think doing crunches, crunches, and more crunches is the best way to build your abs, prepare to be enlightened. Every exercise in this routine, based on the science in our book, The New Rules of Lifting for Abs, strengthens your core—yet you won’t find a single crunch. Or side bend. Or situp. What you will discover is the most effective way to train your abs from every single angle while burning off the fat that hides them. There’s nothing complicated. In fact, revealing your abs has never been simpler.

Directions: Perform this total-body workout 3 days a week, but be sure to rest at least 1 day between each session. This workout is separated into two sections: core and strength. Use the directions below, making sure you perform the core exercises first before moving on to complete the two strength supersets.

Read more: http://www.menshealth.com/mhlists/abs-workout/index.php#ixzz297rPh45O

The Core Workout

Do the exercises in the order shown, completing all the prescribed sets of each exercise before moving on to the next.

Half-Kneeling Cable Core Press
Attach a D-handle at chest height to a cable machine. Kneel alongside the machine with one knee (the knee closest to the machine) bent 90 degrees and the other knee on the floor. Grab the handle with both hands, hold it in front of your chest as shown, and brace your abs. Slowly press your arms in front of you until they’re straight, hold without letting your body rotate, and bring them back to your chest. Turn around and work your other sid

Read more: http://www.menshealth.com/mhlists/abs-workout/cable-core-press.php#slidetop#ixzz297rC97fU

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