Thursday, December 31, 2020

4 Fat Burning Hardcore Ab Workouts 2021



4 Fat Burning Hardcore Ab Workouts 2021


First, the bad news: No matter how much physical effort you put into sculpting a smokin’ six-pack — crunches, planks, squats, cardio, HIIT — no one’s going to see them if they’re covered by a layer of flab.

Now, the good news: You can learn how to get abs by eating healthy.

You’ve probably heard the phrase “abs are made in the kitchen.” Well, that’s about 50 percent true — nutrition and exercise go together like bodybuilders.

So if you’re already crushing the exercise portion of the equation, then all you need to do is get your nutrition in order.

The foundation of a great set of abs is a strong core, which can help stabilize your entire body. Your core — the muscles of your abdomen, lower back, and pelvis — is a whole system of muscles that supports your body as you stand, walk, perform everyday activities, and work out. It’s important to strengthen all these muscles, not just your abs.

A strong core can help you get the most out of any workout. In fact, the more you work your entire body, the better it is for your abs. Almost any full-body or compound movement takes a lot of ab work, which is why you can still get great abs from programs that don’t focus on crunches.





Saturday, November 7, 2020

Shoulder Workouts With Dumbbells

 



Shoulder Workouts With Dumbbells

Nobody wants to be the weakest troop in their unit. Some people are naturally gifted with the ability to put on layers on muscle quickly, while others spend hours in the gym to grow a single fiber.

However, natural ability aside, many newbies who go to the gym don’t know how to properly lift a weight or how many reps they should be doing in each set.

In general, certain muscle groups are easier to bulk up than others. One common problem area is the shoulders. Considered a weak joint, properly developing definition in the shoulder is best done by emphasizing form over heft.

There are a lot of advanced exercises in the workout vault, but beginners can get away with doing a few of these basic weighted movements to get those healthy-looking shoulders.