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How do I get a six-pack? You asked Google – here’s the answer | Emma Oko

Every day millions of people ask Google life’s most difficult questions. Our writers answer some of the commonest queries
Portrait of a woman in sportswear checking an Apple Watch Sport, taken on May 21, 2015. (Photo by Joseph Branston/Future Publishing via Getty Images)

The six-pack is a shy, elusive thing that, although doesn’t serve any functional purpose, is used by some keep-fitters as a measure of personal progress – rather in the way that standing on those bathroom scales is. On the naked, athletic body, a six-pack can look as sharp as a Tom Ford suit or a Vivienne Westwood gown. But, when you think about it, there aren’t many people who make a daily appearance in their best outfit. Our best is usually reserved for special occasions, and

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