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    (Original post by Z_Ahmed)
    Heavy as in....? I dont use weights for abs. I do floor exercises.
    Heavy as in duh duh duh heavy weights.
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    dragon flags

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjCMq2zkbOo
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    I think im making progress.

    Looked in the mirror and noticed a splitting in the abdominal area, and general firmer abs under my very thin layer of skin ( i'm very slim). So yeah am i on the verge of toned great 6pack abs?
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    (Original post by Z_Ahmed)
    I think im making progress.

    Looked in the mirror and noticed a splitting in the abdominal area, and general firmer abs under my very thin layer of skin ( i'm very slim). So yeah am i on the verge of toned great 6pack abs?
    You will soon have total tonality.
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    I've seen Pacman raise both knees to his chest when he did crunches, what's the benefits of doing them this way as opposed to keeping your feet on the ground?
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWjTn...ature=related#

    Your way to Abs glory
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    Okay dude basics, I’m assuming you want to show that six pack you just know you got?

    You a nice intense exercise routine focused on the "core" this is multifidus, internal and external oblique’s, abs, erector spine and there’s a few others. You need to train all of these to get you abs working how you like it and also this will help with balance, co ordination and funnily enough make you stronger over all.

    I suggest 1 set of 15 reps working on that until you get to 30 reps then move onto harder exercises.

    Start off with simple

    * Sit-ups
    * Crunches
    * Reverse Crunches
    * Oblique crunches

    This will get you going then move onto

    * Hanging leg raises
    * V-UP
    * Oblique V-Up
    * Back raises (Quick way to the hospital if you hyper extend which most people do)

    If you need to know how to do anything on here look it up on Google, YouTube or send me a PM.
 
 
 
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