Apr 14, 2013
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Which Exercise Equipment Does The Truth About Six Pack Abs By Mike Geary Recommend?

What Is The Best Ab Equipment?

You might be wondering which of the million and one ab gadgets out there will work for you.  You might be surprised to hear that the answer is none of them.  Whether it’s the Ab Lounge, Ab Roller, or one of the many ab belts that electrically stimulate your abs, you won’t get the six pack you’re looking for just by using one of them.

The fact is that most of society spends a lot of time sitting, so the abdominal muscles that are responsible for the elusive six pack are already nice and tight under that layer of fat over your stomach.  For them to make an appearance, all you have to do is burn the fat away.  None of the ab gadgets out there will do that for you.

I’m going to tell you something you might not want to hear now…in order to have six pack abs you have to work really hard for them.  You need to burn some serious fat.  You can’t expect some gimmick that is not all that challenging to use, or an ab stimulator that you have to do absolutely nothing to use, to work all that great.  Now I will go into what the best exercise equipment for your abs actually is so keep reading.

The Barbell

Yup, that’s what I said, a simple barbell.  You don’t even need to go to a gym for this; all you need is one of those at home adjustable ones.  I know this probably surprises you.  You’re thinking, “What ab workout am I going to do with a giant barbell?”  Well, the best ab exercises don’t necessarily target the abs directly.  If you’re going to burn that unwanted fat that’s hiding your nice six pack, you need to do exercises that use lots of the body’s muscle groups at the same time.  This is what really burns the fat, not crunches.

So, for example, the front squat is an excellent exercise for developing the six pack you want so bad.  This exercise puts the bar with whatever weight is appropriate for you on the front of your shoulders so you have to keep your back nice and straight to keep from falling forward.  This actually fires your abdominal muscles like crazy, but the most important thing about this exercise is that it uses many large muscle groups which will help to burn more fat.

Dumbbells

I’m sure this one is another surprise for you.  You can go ahead and buy a bunch of different sized dumbbells for different exercises or you can just get yourself a set of adjustable ones that match the barbell that I just recommended.  That way you have even more weight plates that you can add to either piece of equipment.  The other option is one of those easy adjusting dumbbells that you just set which weight you want and then pick it up, but they’re pretty expensive.

So, with your new dumbbells, you can do various squatting techniques such as the goblet squat or overhead squat.  The fun part about these is you can do squats holding a dumbbell in just one hand to challenge your abdominal muscles more.  You can do the same thing with deadlifts, which is another excellent idea for burning lots of fat with one exercise.

Kettlebells

Kettlebells are new to the mainstream fitness world, but they are not new.  They’ve been around for many years.  A kettlebell looks like a solid ball with a handle on top so you can hold onto it easily.  As far as kettlebells go, they can be pretty expensive.  They are sold in individual weights, like the dumbbells you see at the gym.  Some adjustable ones have hit the market, but they are rather expensive as well.

With a kettlebell you can do all the squat and deadlift variations you can do with the previously mentioned dumbbells, but you can also do some other things.  One thing you can do with them that is difficult to do with a dumbbell is the kettlebell swing.  This is an exercise that is growing in popularity because it uses large muscle groups on the back of your legs and hips.  You basically swing the kettlebell down between your legs and then forcefully pull the kettlebell forward and up towards the ceiling while contracting your glute muscles.  Just like the other exercises mentioned, this one also uses the multiple muscle groups needed to help your body burn more fat.

Where Can I Get More Information?

If you’re interested in learning more about which exercises you should be doing to shed your belly fat, you should look into The Truth About Six Pack Abs.  This is a program written by trainer Mike Geary.  He teaches you which exercises to do, how to do them, and even sets them up into efficient, fat burning routines that are easy to follow.

He has routines that only take 20 minutes and ones that take longer.  The great thing is that he tailors some of the routines to use the equipment you already have.  He also has routines that use no equipment and ones that use gym equipment.  So, no matter what equipment you have or don’t have, you can still benefit from his program.  He also breaks up the routines by fitness level, so even if you’ve never worked out in your life, you can still participate.

Mike’s program comes with a 60 day money back guarantee, so if for any reason you don’t like it or you’re not seeing the results you want, you can get a refund.  If you’re ready to put in the work it will take to burn fat and get your six pack, then check out this program.

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  • [...] What you need are exercises that are going to burn a ton of fat.  That’s part of the reason that crunches don’t work.  In order to get you six pack you need to lower the percentage of your total body fat, not just the fat over your abs.  To do this, you need to perform exercises that burn a ton of calories.  Exercises that will give you to most bang for your buck are the ones that used multiple large muscle groups at the same time.  Exercises that accomplish this include various versions of the squat, various versions of the deadlift, the bench-press, and all the power exercises.  Power exercises are things like the clean, jerk, and snatch.  Check out my article on which exercise equipment is best for developing your abs. [...]

  • [...] Try switching from machines to free weights.  Free weights require more stability to control them and therefore will utilize more muscle groups to complete the lifts.  Standing exercises like squats and deadlifts are whole body exercises that use a ton of energy and are far superior to the leg press machine. Here’s a list of the best exercise equipment for ab development. [...]

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