Getting Hard Abs Is Easier Than You Think
Hard abs are the holy grail of most young men. Growing up, being the one in school with six pack abs earns you a certain amount of respect both from other guys, and girls. That respect doesn't go away as you grow older either, since achieving hard abs when you're a little older is usually considered a harder task. Being able to get changed in the gym or swimming pool and show off your hard abs six pack is a fantastic feeling, and one that never gets old. To see a girl's face light up and watch her do a double take at your hard abs and six pack will bring a smile to your lips every time.
Many people want hard abs, and many people are teaching how to get hard abs. They might tell you things like:
+ do hundreds of crunches a day
+ use expensive electronic ab belts
+ take my special vitamin pills
+ buy this expensive ab equipment
+ drink this magic ab potion
But they're all wrong. You might be running 10 miles a day, doing a million crunches a day and taking dozens of pills and potions and still not seeing hard abs develop.
Hard abs will come naturally with a few basic techniques that don't involve complicated equipment, fad diets or silly numbers of crunches, and here's why. Your body doesn't need all that junk. It is naturally capable of developing hard abs if you stimulate it in the proper way. Bodybuilders train very specifically to correctly stimulate the right muscles so they react in a certain way, whether that be for growth or strength.
What you need for hard abs is a routine and lifestyle that will encourage your body to gradually develop stronger, firmer muscles around your core. You need to put stress on your core muscles and then eat the right foods to allow your body to develop your abs so that next time the same stress is applied, you can cope with it.
Now I don't mean do a million situps or to put a car on your chest and try to lift it. Hard abs come from strengthening your core muscles, so you need to work your entire abdomen with power moves, or compound exercises. These exercises should concentrate on several muscle groups at once, and promote strength development within your abs. That means there's no need to do hundreds of crunches, because if you can do that many then it's too easy.
To get hard abs quickly, perform exercises like the bicycle crunch, alternate twisting situps, decline bench situps and so on. These power exercises are difficult to do, but your abs will react by becoming stronger and hardening. Once you lose a bit of bodyfat, your hard six pack abs will shine through.
6 Pack Quest
Vince Delmonte shows you the secrets to sculpting an award winning set of six pack abs, step by step. Start your quest today, and have six pack abs in no time.