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Six Pack Abs - These 3 Mistakes Will Ruin Your Success

If you are training for six pack abs then there are a few things you need to know will be crucial to your success.

First, you need to understand the difference between abs and fat loss. Getting six packs of abs is all about having a very low level of body fat. For men, the optimal percentage of body fat is around 8% and for women it is about 15%. Exercising and eating to gain these low body fat levels is a lot different from someone who is just starting a diet and wants to lose 20-30 kg.

If you are just trying to lose a lot of weight, then making some changes to your diet will help you make a lot of quick progress. For example, if you only drink water, sugar-free ice tea, and green tea, then you will not eat any calories from drinks. For someone who just wants to lose weight, small modifications like this can make a huge difference.

For someone who wants to get six packs of abs, the process is more detailed. These are two common mistakes people make when trying to develop them.

Mistake # 1: They try to do too many crunches and ab exercises.

While crunches and other ab exercises will help you build a strong core, they will not help you get down to low levels of body fat. Trying to use endless reps does not necessarily build enough muscle or work hard enough to burn important calories.

The myth of "place" reduction is where many people are trapped. The concept of weight loss basically states that if you want to lose fat in certain parts of your body you have to work the muscles under it. Our body does not store fat in one particular place, so you cannot lose fat in one particular place.

You will never see someone with a six pack and handle a terrible love. If the actual reduction of the place works this is what will happen. However, in the real world, you need to concentrate on losing fat all over your body to develop a toned and sexy pack.

Mistake # 2: Try to use infomercial gimmicks

When you see ads for "miracle" equipment, people who use it often have great body, low fat, and great abs. However, I can assure you one thing, and that is how they do not use an abdominal training device.

As we talked about why a lot of crunches don't help you get it, the same thing goes for any rough machine or whatever you see in an ad.

This all goes back to the false concept that working abs with lots of training will continue to lead to abs. Everyone who has the best abs gets it by exercising their whole body and following a strict diet. Not by using some gym for "two easy payments of $ 29.95."

Mistake # 3: Eat too many calories.

Sounds too simple isn't it?

This is one of the most important core concepts to understand how to lose body fat and develop six pack abs. So many people try to eat healthy and still suffer from weight loss. Sometimes they think they have something wrong with them and their body cannot lose weight.

Before you fall into this trap and start looking for a "miracle" repair, you need to know that not losing body fat is just consuming too many calories. If you try to keep a food journal for a week and count the calories you eat, you will be amazed at the insights that will give you.

Even if you eat an extra 400 calories a day from a snack here and there (which is not difficult at all), you'll be consuming more than 2,800 calories per week. For some people, consuming more than 500-1000 calories a day can easily come from very high calorie foods but will not help you feel full. Such foods include bagels, donuts, muffins, potato chips, soda, any type of fast food, and much more.

So before you think that gaining abs or just losing body fat is impossible for you, try taking a few days to really keep track of what you eat. You will be surprised when losing weight can actually be as easy as eliminating small calories from your diet.

A wise man once said that having six packs of abs is better than the best food in the world. Remember this concept and start taking action today. Good luck!



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