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How to Get Six Pack Abs

How to Get Six Pack Abs

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Published by: wmbennetton on Aug 02, 2010
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Contents
..................................................................................................................................Introduction
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........................................................The Bodybuilder Approach to a Six-Pack
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25To learn ALL the essentials for building muscle, burning fat and maximizingyour workout, check outwww.howtogetgreatabs.co2
 
Introduction
Nothing says “FIT” like the rippling abdominals of a six-pack. Men and womenalike can’t help but admire the look of a hard, taut, muscular waistline. Surveyshave shown that women are actually more physically attracted to six-pack absthan they are to muscular chests, shoulders or arms. And when men are asked if they’d rather have Arnold’s arms, back or abs, most vote for the abs.Well developed abdominal muscles say more about physical conditioning, fitnessand readiness that do bulging biceps or a massive chest. Maybe there’ssomething primal that makes us get that impression from a strong core, butwhatever it is, it’s compelling.There are several schools of thought on how do develop and display a six-pack.One group advocates working your abs, obliques and lower back heavily andoften. These proponents generally have the abs to show for all that hard work,so the evidence for this technique is compelling. They are usually professionalbodybuilders who display their bodies for a living.Another equally well developed group says that waist work is a waste of time(pun intended). Their spokesperson for many years was the late, great VinceGironda, one of the finest trainers of bodybuilders in the world. Vince was a littleeccentric in his approach to bodybuilding, but he was immensely successfulnonetheless. He also trained many of the great bodybuilding champions of thetime and had a long list of Hollywood stars among his varied clientele.Vince Gironda was fond of saying, “Bodybuilding is 80% percent diet!”, and noone has ever disagreed with this statement. Diet is important, but so is doing theproper exercises, because the muscles don’t grow without exercise.On the other side of the spectrum is four-time Mr. Universe, Bill Pearl, whosegreat encyclopedia of bodybuilding,
Keys to the Inner Universe,
has more than
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