Hi just thinking about improving my abs! I am fit and eat ok, but don't sleep we'll (maybe down to not working out hard enough).
In a nutshell is it possible to get abs in six weeks?
It all comes down to body fat %. Low body fat % is mostly nutrition and genetics. If u are eating good and moving alot it is possible. Do you know your current BF%?Originally Posted by spebone
Yea it's 16%. I'm thinking its all about my rest! Sleep late, up early! What do you do reckon?
No matter what your trying to do you should get atleast 8 hours of sleep. That being said having under 10% bf is what you want but you will start seeing your upper abs at 12-13% but everybody is different some people just don't genetically have great ab development.Originally Posted by spebone
Most people that say they eat 'ok' really don't or they are not paying enough attention to what they eat. Plenty of guys on here that eat 'ok' then list their meals and you get "ham sandwich on white w/mayo and a diet Coke' or 'instant oatmeal/cereal for breakfast', or other crap like that.
Skip anything processed and anything with sugar, including alcohol.
By eating ok I mean I eat very good and at the right times, but sometimes go off track after a night out and binge for afew days!
This happens like once a fortnight if that!
But takes me awhile to get back in the swing of things. This has stopped over the last month and don't even have a cheat day.
Haha yeah I suppose!
If you want better abs and you are 16% you are not eating as you need to be.
Unless, you are currently losing fat at the appropriate rate, in which case just carry on.
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First off, agree that it is mainly diet and if you tend to be a leaner guy, for them to be quite visual. (I assume that is what you want?)
Hmmm, well I know people who don't exercise much if at all and still sleep like zombies.
Are you drinking anything with stims few hours before bed?
Are you tense before bed?
Alcohol really effects the ability to get quality sleep. You may fall asleep quickly, but it is never the best type of rest.
Not only is diet a huge part but actually working your core is essential. Add in cardio to drop the BF%. I have clients right now who sounds exactly like you. Don't take it the wrong way but everyone is looking for the quick and easy fix. And time after time they say its this or that but when it comes down to it.. DO IT. Eat right, work out right, and cardio. Think about how many days you have built your body in a negative way (drinking, smoking, eating crap foods) now compare that to how many days you have killed it in the gym and eaten so clean.. The answer to what you're asking is in the numbers.