6 packs and toned tummy muscles is all achieveable if you're doing the right abdominal exercises. So why not check out all the abs exercises we have and start training like you mean it!
The Netfit Team have created their first abdominals ebook, totally dedicated to helping you achieve a 6 pack and get the abdominal muscles that you want.
The programs below are just a sample of what this great ebook can offer you, to find out more please follow this link if your serious about getting the 6 pack / flatter stomach that you deserve.
Stronger firmer abdominal's and a true six pack, can be achieved by performing the following abdominal circuit. There are 3 different abdominal exercise circuits, for beginners, intermediates and advance. Aim to perform one of the following abdominal circuits according to your fitness level 2 - 3 times a week to help strengthen your abdominal muscles.
The Abdominal workouts will strengthen your lower, upper and oblique abdominal muscles so whether you like kickboxing, swimming or freestyle skiing you're core can cope with it! Start with the beginners abdominal exercise circuit, and try to perform the desired amount of repetitions and sets for each abdominal exercise, having sufficient rest between abdominal exercises and sets (20 -30 sec's).
Try and increase the amount of reps that you perform each week by 2, until you can comfortably perform 20 reps of each abdominal exercise. The best way to strengthen your abdominal muscles is to vary both the exercises you perform, and also the workout routines that you do.
We also have some additional resources that cover related topics including abdominal techniques, and training exercises
These abdominal exercises will help you develop the six pack that you have always wanted.
Our member's only area has the Internet's largest up to date resource of abdominal exercises and new training programs, with over 200 fully illustrated exercises, with full descriptions, as well as advice on Nutrition - Swiss Balls - Medicine Ball and how to get that 6-pack.
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