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post #1 of 45
Thread Starter 
Not beer! I mean abdominal muscles.

If so, for how long and how hard are you working to maintain it?

Edit: Now the fitness/workout/supplement/teabag thread... because we cannot afford $10k-a-session personal trainers..
post #2 of 45
no
post #3 of 45
Me, I grew up in a east european household(Latvia) so I was eating right/healthy from the 0th day...So it was not too hard to keep a fit body...and that even carried on to when we moved here in the states and I was still able to hold true to my healthy life style I was born around...Then puberty hit and the testosterone kicked in and muscles started forming...

Then I turned to Mr. Sexy Anton

...but every time anton looks in the mirror...it shatters...
post #4 of 45
Thread Starter 
^ lol, what's your avatar anyways, I still can't figure out.
post #5 of 45
looks like a bicep
post #6 of 45
I have a six pack of beer and wouldn't trade it for the other one for nothing in the world, LOL.
It's leffe, too!
post #7 of 45
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Originally Posted by deejaycherub View Post
looks like a bicep
Now I see it..
post #8 of 45
I got some decent ones, I have been working out for around 12 years off and on ( 9 years religiously) and I have been doing abs properly for the last year or so.

Its not hard to maintain as long as you eat properly

You need a low bf % in order to make out your abs, many people have at least decent abs who dont even do ab workouts. Its because of how they eat, looking ripped is %90 diet and %10 working out

You will however, have much bolder abs the more you train them. And just crunches ect wont make your abs "pop", you need to put them under weighted excercises in order to have them jump out of your stomach.

Be sure to do varying excersises as well, as your abs are divided into numerous sections, and if all you do is one type of excercise, your abs will not be balanced

Now wheres Cebseb??? When the topic involves weights or graphic nudity, he shows up immediately.
post #9 of 45
^ listen to the man.

its all about diet when it comes to abs, every one 'has' abs, they are just hidden under the fat we have in our abdominal area. so to get a 6 pack its hard hard work because you not only have to reduce fat, but to develop the abs to be able to grate cheese on them.

i would love to have a six pack but im not quite 100% satisfied with my size as yet. will work on it when im there.
post #10 of 45
Thread Starter 
Being asian and living at home, I can't get rid of eating rice completely, I know those are killing me...
post #11 of 45
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Being asian and living at home, I can't get rid of eating rice completely, I know those are killing me...
Yup

Because they are simple carbs, which spike your insulin and add to water retention and fat gain. Brown rice on the other hand ( and all whole grains) are whats called complex carbs. Those are absorbed/released over a slower period of time, resulting in no massive insulin spike and no excess water retention and fat gains.

And due to the slower release, you have less overall hunger, which means you consume less calories and that aids in weight loss as well
post #12 of 45
Thread Starter 
^ Yeah I tried to limit the amount of rice I eat, but I still eat a lot, like 5-6 small meals a day, still..
post #13 of 45
As Anton said, it is very easy to have a six pack if you live in a country that cannot afford food.
post #14 of 45
lol @ sevenkid's post haha. dammit i will be eating rice forever dude. I need rice for almost everything! being Chinese is carbarific.
post #15 of 45
I have always been thin, and even when I am not working out I have a six pack due to my naturally low BF. lol, this is not as good as it sounds though, because they rest of my body is scrawny as hell.
post #16 of 45
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Originally Posted by FortySix&2 View Post
I have always been thin, and even when I am not working out I have a six pack due to my naturally low BF. lol, this is not as good as it sounds though, because they rest of my body is scrawny as hell.
LOL It's nice for someone to admit that everything has its pros and cons...
post #17 of 45
Thread Starter 
^ lol, I am working hard to lower my body fat but I still can't get rid of the flabbiness near the belly button..



still can't get that line there to give me the two lower pack.
post #18 of 45
^
Nothing to do with eating rice. Simply run 3 miles four times weekly plus diet, abs are not hard to come by.
post #19 of 45
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Originally Posted by Narciso View Post
^
Nothing to do with eating rice. Simply run 3 miles four times weekly plus diet, abs are not hard to come by.
Oh yeah? Try having a c-section. lol
post #20 of 45
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Originally Posted by deejaycherub View Post
looks like a bicep
There was already a discussion about my avatar in a previous thread, it's a butt.
post #21 of 45
^Oooooh. Nice.
post #22 of 45
i eat rice almost everyday and i still manage to have a 5 pack, i have a tetarded ab at the bottom, anyways i guess every person is has different gentic make up which can determine a persons metabolism
post #23 of 45
Thread Starter 
^ lol, pic :P
post #24 of 45
what's your workout routine exhausted?
post #25 of 45
Mine will only show up when I flex, for most people to have your abs start showing you need to hit around 10% bf.
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