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Weights for abs


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Excerpt: I recently added weights to my abs routine and I am starting to see alot of improvement then when I wasnt using weights. Shows a big difference!

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    Weights for abs

    I recently added weights to my abs routine and I am starting to see alot of improvement then when I wasnt using weights. Shows a big difference!

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    Re: Weights for abs

    Yes, as with any other exercise you do, to continue to stimulate your muscle, you will need to overload over time.

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    Re: Weights for abs

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    Re: Weights for abs

    You can add resistance but take care to avoid them getting bulky

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    Re: Weights for abs

    It's best to train abs with short high rep workouts every other day or 3 days per week.

    The goal when training the abdominals is completely different then when training other body parts. When training other body parts like chest, back, legs etc. the goal is to make those muscles bigger and larger.

    That obviously isn't the goal with abdominals. With abs, the goal is to define them and keep the midsection tight.

    You want to train abs with high reps and to train them frequently to tone the midsection and keep the midsection tight.

    This is the template I recommend for ab training:
    super set 1 : 3-4 sets of lower ab exercise x 20 reps super set with upper ab exercise x 20 reps
    super set 2: 3-4 sets of lower ab exercise x 20 reps super set with upper ab exercise x 20 reps
    3-4 sets of an oblique exercise like decline bench romanian twists - 20 reps per side
    1 set to failure of a functional ab exercise like plank or ab roller

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