Sexy Six Pack Abs – Get Red Carpet Ripped

Sexy Six pack abs are the ultimate image associated with a sexy, hard body. It’s no wonder that most people spend a lot of time and money toward achieving the perfect abs. Six pack abs, however, are easier said than done. With just the right diet and exercise you can get awesome abs and the six pack you’ve always wanted.

The How…

First things first…Lose the ab roller, ab lounge or other gimmicky product collecting dust in your closet. Don’t feel bad or embarrassed. We’ve all fallen for the promises of miracle transformations in the late-night infomercials. Heck, anything sounds good in the wee hours of the night. So good that I still have an ab contraption I’ve never even taken out of the box!

Second, no six pack abs workout plan will work unless you eat right. I’m not talking about a fad diet or special menu plan. Rather, something way more complicated. You’ve got to considerably reduce the fast foods, processed foods and plain ‘ole junk foods. With today’s gotta have it quick and gotta have it now environment, this will probably be the hardest task of all in your quest for six pack abs. But rest assured, it’s well worth it and will be much more fulfilling and satisfying than the “drive through” delights you may be used to.

The What…

As a general rule, you should eat smaller, more frequent, nutritionally balanced meals. Eat five to six small meals per day (eat a complete meal every 3-4 hours) in order to have the food convert to muscle rather than fat. Limit flour products like bread and pasta and replace them with complex carbs like brown rice and oatmeal. You also want to cut back on fatty foods and eat lots of high quality (preferably organic) protein like skinless chicken, lean beef and baked or broiled fish.

Next, you’ve got to commit to a full body exercise regimen that helps burn fat. We are not talking boring treadmill or other cardio-based workouts here. You want to focus more on strength training exercises such as lunges, squats, dead-lifts, step-ups, swings and snatches. These types of exercises work every muscle in your body and burn the fat at a higher rate than cardio alone.

Finally, there are some abs and core exercises you can perform to develop the abs muscles. These are not just your typical crunches. Here, you want to work your abs from a variety of different angles in five to ten minute sessions, two to three times a week. Some effective exercises include hanging leg raises, reverse crunches, abs bicycles, plank holds and stability ball crunches.

The Result…

EVERYONE has abs, it’s just that most people have a layer of fat over them. If you want to see them, you need to LOSE the fat! If you follow these basic guidelines you will be well on your way to unleashing your sexy, six pack abs and proudly displaying them some time soon!

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If you ask anyone what part of the body he or she would most like to develop, they will probably say 6-pack abs. People in general will also complain that these are the most difficult muscles to develop.

This is not true. The only reason why people have such a hard time is that they forget about the layer of fat that covers their abdominal muscles. No matter how many stomach crunches you do, six-pack abs will not show unless you get rid of that fat layer.

Let us look at how to get sexy six-pack abs;

Change your eating habits and start interval training.

Eating Plan

Instead of eating three meals a day, eat six smaller meals every day. The portions of each meal should be no larger than your fist. This will increase the metabolism rate, which allows your body to burn fat and fuel more efficiently.

It is also a mistake to stay away from carbohydrates. Carbs are essential to eat before a strenuous work out. This is because Carbs provides energy to the muscles in order to increase the workload.

It is after the work out that Carbs should be avoided and loads of protein should be consumed. Protein allows the muscles to repair themselves and build up to larger sizes.

Interval exercises

This routine combines short bursts of intense action, and longer periods of less strenuous movements.

Run as fast as you possibly can for 20 to 30 seconds, then walk briskly for 3 minutes. Repeat this three times a session. Do these sessions three times a week.

This routine will definitely help you get rid of the fat layer covering your abs. The reason for this is that your metabolism will be dramatically increased, which in turn allows the body to burn fat at an accelerated rate.

This routine should be done in addition to your normal abdominal exercises.

Please understand that a well designed exercise program is the best way to develop six pack abs without the risk of injury. This also ensures that you get maximum results in the shortest time frame possible.