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5 Common mistakes holding your abs hostage
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5 Common mistakes holding your abs hostage

It doesn’t matter if you are a professional athlete or a beginner, you can make mistakes in a process of developing muscles. Nobody has a warranty from making mistakes. But the thing you can do is to minimize your mistakes by learning from them. For sure, training your abs you avoid carbs and exercise in a gym, but it’s not enough. If you still make mistakes in workout routine, you will hold your abs hostage.»
10 tips to get ripped six pack
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10 tips to get ripped six pack

Every guy is dreaming to know the secret how to get ripped six-pack. And we are going to give you the most useful tips how to get amazing abs. 1) Train your abs everywhere and every time you have a chance to. If you are stuck in traffic, do static ab contractions. You can also pull your belly button in toward your spine and hold for a count of 10. 2) Reduce total amount of your body fat and burn more calories.»
8 Min Home Abs Workout – Level 1

8 Min Home Abs Workout – Level 1

The workout has been designed to train the abdominal muscles (abs). It suits both men and women. There are no particular requirements for this module; you just need to know how to properly perform the exercises involved. PROGRAM Perform this workout every second day (e.g. Mon-Wed-Fri) for at least two weeks. Then you’ll be ready to perform the next level of this workout. Good Luck to get six pack! HOW THIS WORKOUT WORKS 1.»
Supersets For Super Human Size & Strength
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Supersets For Super Human Size & Strength

Supersetting is one of the most powerful muscle-building techniques you can use—and that’s not conjecture but scientific fact. Just as the name suggests, supersets can produce some spectacular superhuman results—plus, they’ll give you a big psychological kick as well. When you superset, you move from one exercise to another without taking a rest. You can superset opposing, or antagonistic, muscle groups, such as the biceps and triceps, or use two movements for the same muscle group, such as barbell curls and preacher curls.»