What is the secret of relief abs, are the side slopes working, and what is important for a “six-pack” – diet, exercise, or genetics? Answers to these and other questions you will learn after reading Frank Daniels’ book “Razor Sharp ABS“. I recommend!
The embossed press is a combination of three elements: diet, which allows getting rid of excess fat; training aimed at increasing first of all the volume and mass of the abdominal muscles, but not their endurance; and the genetic characteristics of the structure of these muscles. The good news is that finding out the right combination for you to load and your diet, and having achieved the “six-pack“, you’ll learn how to do it again. Another thing is that after getting these “cubes” on the press, you have to make every effort to avoid losing them.
On the one hand, the embossed press is a measure of low fat, because the less fat you have, the thinner of the skin, and the more pronounced will be the press. On the other hand, its procession still requires physical exertion, because the press – is also a muscle. If you don’t keep a diet you will not get a six-pack, while without exercise you will not get the “cubes”, but your stomach will be flat. It sounds funny, but pump up the press requires exercising.
For some reason, many people realize that two hundred repetitions of lifting the pound dumbbells for biceps cannot give results, but believe that two hundred sit-ups are able to pump up the muscles of the abdomen. Obviously, the daily hours of training the abdominal muscles are not able to get rid of belly fat, it’s an issue that can be solved only with a diet. In addition, numerous repetitions are working to increase the endurance of the press, but not to increase the muscle volume.
Razor Sharp ABS by Frank Daniels