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Repost from @josiahfitnessI never saw my abs till I was 25! I didn’t think it was even possible to have a six pack
Let’s be honest – having a lean stomach is something a lot of you want but it might seem unattainable based off where you are now
I can really relate to this. When I was a kid I was athletic but had zero stomach definition – I held all my fat around my waist. As I entered my early college years and battled with severe depression, I packed on a ton of belly fat
It wasn’t until I invested in mentors that I began to learn how to shred the fat and stay lean, especially in my stomach area
Getting a six pack and maintaining one isn’t easy for a lot of people (including me) but you can definitely lower your bodyfat enough to be able to see stomach definition…IF you follow the steps I’ve outlined here
First things first is most definitely nutrition. We have to control our calorie intake. You can set up a flexible meal plan to help you stay on track and you can also learn how to track your food intake
Following a strength training routine is going to help you build muscle which will keep your metabolism healthy – plus it will ensure that you hold onto muscle as you strip away bodyfat. A 3 or 4 day training workout split is a great place to start
When it comes to the type of calories you eat, it’s important to get sufficient protein first. Usually I recommend .7-1g per pound of goal bodyweight. High protein intake is both a waste of money and very unhealthy. The rest of your calories should be split between fats and carbs. Some people do well with more fats and less carbs. Others are the opposite. Do what you love and what makes the most sense. Also not every day has to the same. Some days you can swap fats for carbs and Vice Versa. Hit your protein and calorie targets and you’ll be golden
Last, but not least…be PATIENT AND CONSISTENT. This stuff takes time!
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