There is a simple reason that most people don’t have a set of six pack abs. It’s because you have to be really lean in order to have a six- pack, and being super lean is WAY different than just “losing some weight.” And the strategies, although they have some similarities, are very different.
Losing weight is as simple as eating less food than your body needs. But that’s not good enough to get, let alone keep, your six-pack.
The Truth is that there are many components that determine whether you will or won’t achieve your goal of six-pack abs, which is why people can drop 100 pounds and still have the same shape — they still look flabby. They’re now just smaller, less flabby versions of their previous selves.
And the reason you haven’t gotten your six-pack (even though you may have lost weight in the past), is simply because you haven’t addressed all the necessary components. And in fairness to you, you probably didn’t know what all those components were, because most of these components are not common knowledge or “sexy” enough to be discussed in the fitness magazines or websites.
For example, what if I told you that you can actually reduce your body fat — the key to seeing your abs in the first place — by sleeping more.
Or, how about this one — some people actually do need to do specialized abdominal exercises to see their abs — and some don’t. How do you know which category you fall into?
Or what if I told you that you can actually use just your bodyweight for resistance and see your abs? Don’t believe me? Well gymnasts do it all the time. Take a page from their book and step back in wonder my friend…
At the end of the day, the Truth is that there are only two things you need to do in order to see your six-pack:
- Realize that you already have a six-pack, you just can’t see it right now because it’s buried under a layer of fat.
- Align your behaviors in such a way to burn off that layer of fat so you can see your six-pack.
How to Burn Fat to Show Abs?
Fat loss is simple, but it is not easy. I hope you’ll agree with this if you have already tried (and failed) to achieve your fitness goals. I strongly recommend that you take a look over the professional advice shared below.