10 Rules For Ripped Abs – PART 2/2

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10 Rules For Ripped Abs - PART 2/2

6 CAN I GET RIPPED BY TAKING A SUPPLEMENT?
Remember that supplements need to supplement something.
If you want to get ripped and build muscle, you have to get off your butt and do the work!
I always recommend that my clients have a solid training and nutrition regimen in place before
they add supplements to their programs.
Don’t be fooled from fat burners since they do not work, instead spend that money on some good old natural food.

7 WILL I BE ABLE TO MAINTAIN MY RESULTS ONCE I STOP USING A FAT BURNER?
As I mentioned fat burners are scamms filled with caffeine and nothing more and things that will make you poop, you’ll maintain your results sans supplements.
Most people eat super clean and train harder than ever while taking supplements,
but go back to their old, lazy ways once they stop.
This leads to the dreaded “yo-yo syndrome,” which destroys hard-earned results. Consistency is the key.

8 IS IT EASIER FOR MEN OR WOMEN TO GET RIPPED ABS?
In general, men can achieve six-pack status easier than women because they produce more testosterone,
allowing them to build more muscle mass and burn more calories while exercising and resting.
Women have a harder time because of their hormonal and muscular makeup,
which is one of the main reasons we emphasize compound—or functional—lifts with our female clients.

9 WHAT IF YOU DON’T WANT THE SIX-PACK, BUT JUST A FLAT STOMACH?
Wait, who doesn’t want a six-pack? OK, even if you just want a flat stomach,
I recommend you train your abs from all angles 3-5 times per week to build a strong core that
not only looks good but also helps you perform better and stay injury-free.

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10 WHAT ARE THE BIGGEST MISTAKES PEOPLE MAKE WHEN IT COMES TO GETTING FLAT ABS?
Ninety-nine percent of the time, when clients aren’t achieving desired results,
they’re consuming too many calories, making bad food choices, or both.
You can avoid this by tracking your progress. In addition to writing down reps and sets,
keep a food journal. Documenting your
daily progress is extremely valuable because it allows you to look back, review, and tweak your plan.

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