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Title: How to Lose Stomach Fat & Get 6-Pack Abs

If you want to know how to lose stomach fat and get 6-pack abs, I
can tell you in about 30 seconds. You don't need complex six pack ab
workouts containing hundreds of crunches and dozens of exercises
each week.

The best way to burn belly fat and start seeing your 6-pack is to
spend less time focusing on it! In my opinion, all you need to do
to get 6-pack abs is this...

Lose belly fat with nutrition, intervals, and resistance training.

More specifically...

First, start by improving the quality of the food you eat. No more
processed carbohydrates, no more sugar, no more deep-fried foods,
no more fast food, and no more sodas or juices. Simply making these
changes will help you lose stomach fat fast, and you'll drop your
body fat percentage in just days.

Next, you need to spend more time on the basic workout methods,
such as total body strength training and interval training, and
less time on boring, ineffective ab training exercises. Doing
hundreds of crunches won't get you results. And doing long, slow
boring cardio is also an inefficient way to burn belly fat and see
your 6-pack abs.

According to researchers from Australia, including Professor Steve
Boucher, the only way to spot reduce belly fat is to use interval
training. This exercise method burns more belly fat than slow
cardio workouts.

Once you've taken care of your nutrition, resistance training, and
interval training, you can start with basic abdominal workouts.
Here's what you need to know, and this will surprise you!

1) Beginners should stay the heck away from sit-ups and crunch-type
movements until they master the Plank, Side Plank, and Bird Dog.

You have to take care of your back before you can start pounding it
with traditional ab exercises.

2) Here are some my favorite no-crunch ab movements for
intermediate levels...

a) Stability Ball Rollout (also can be done with the Ab Wheel or as
a Barbell Rollout)

b) Stability Ball Jackknife

c) Plank with Your Arms on the Ball (according to research quoted
in Men’s Health, this exercise works your abs 30% harder than the
regular Plank).

Okay, so I've given my controversial advice about what beginners
and intermediate fitness levels should do for abs...now for my more
advanced 6-pack ab recommendations.

But first, I want to mention some "unknown" ab builders...

a) The Elevated Pushup

b) Straight Arm Cable Pullover

c) Front Squat

d) DB Pullover & even DB Triceps Extensions with extra stretch

All great total body moves to have in your program to burn calories
and build abs at the same time.

Now what do you really need to do to bring out your abs once you
have your body fat low?

My favorite advanced ab exercise is Cable Crunches, which are
without a doubt, the best resistance exercise for building abs.

The big message I like to get across to clients is that they can
build 6-pack abs without ever doing a single crunch while lying on
their backs.

It shocks people, but it is true. If you want to lose stomach fat
fast and see your six pack abs, focus on your nutrition, total body
strength training, and interval training before you even consider
adding more reps to your current ab workout.

Get started on getting your 6-pack abs today from:
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No need for long ab workouts,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer
Author, Turbulence Training

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