Having a defined six pack could be a challenge. That’s because how good your abs look depends not just on the exercises you do but on your body fat as well. To lower your body fat, you need to be on a good diet and do regular cardio sessions. To build your six pack abs, you need to exercise them and leave enough recovery time between sessions.
Incorporating cardiovascular exercises (cardio) into your workout routines is an important factor in shaping a perfect body. There are many reasons and there is much scientific research to support the contribution which effective cardio development makes. Let’s find out what is a cardio workout and why it’s important.
Ever since I shared the above picture with you, I’ve been getting messages asking me about the contents of my gym bag. We all have different gym routines and lifestyles, and that’s reflected in...
Over the past few weeks, Skinny Muscle has been all about six pack abs. You’ve read a selection of articles that explore different aspects of the relatively small but very important, in terms of aesthetics, muscle that is the rectus abdominis. It is only fair to publish an article with a six pack abs home workout.
Staying motivated is the key to achieving your goals. There isn't a universal motivation formula but there are things we can do to stay motivated. Finding a gym buddy, for example, is one of the most recommended ways of staying motivated.
Even though it’s normally associated with unhealthy living, body fat also has a role. It acts as shock absorber and energy storage site. Getting rid of it completely is just as dangerous as leaving it to take over your body. Find out how body fat affects your six pack abs.
Even if you are a skinny guy (or a girl), you need to think about your body fat. There are two types of fat your body carries: visceral and subcutaneous. The first type is the one that wraps around your internal organs. The second type is the fat layer beneath your skin. This is the fat we all notice and worry about. Here are a few basics on how to lower your body fat.