As the proverbial saying goes, it is easier said than done. It could not be truer when it comes to building lower abdominals. If you are a hardcore, elite body builder, you know. Exercising in the right proportions to get your abs even is not child’s play. There is required an extreme amount of dedication, and meticulousness.
But rest assured: nothing is impossible.
Down below, you will find three feasible ways of getting ripped. Logically.
Lower your body fat.
There are a number of factors that contribute to body fat accumulation. If you have alcoholic drinks, you need to cut down on those for they are known to facilitate testosterone levels and fat build up. Another way for you to lose fat is for you to make an exercise plan. Choose exercises that target the lower abdominals. We recommend consulting an expert and spending the weekends exercising for your lower abs.
A non-workout way of doing all of the above would be to take fat-burning supplements. Take them as prescribed or as per your doctor’s advice. Never take more than that lest you should start facing complications.
Utilize Various Dimensional Planes.
There is a misconception out there that only a specific set of exercises targets a specific set of muscles. This is wrong. You need to encompass as many areas of exercise as you can even if they do not target your abdominals. Research says that in one way of another, a little bit of unrelated muscles are targeted through unrelated exercises.
Try bench presses, push and pull ups, regular physical exercises. Try a whole new set of bunched exercises. Increase the time duration of each. You need to embrace creativity.
Another factor is consistency. Be as persistent as you can to achieve your goals. For rock hard abdominals, you will also need to drink a lot of water. But when it comes to exercising, you need to be consistent. Plan a timetable of your ease which you can follow easily. Leave yourself reminders of when to exercise and work on them dedicatedly.
Ask your friends and family to support you in your goals. Tap into online resources for more help.