Getting Six Pack Abs – Cardio, Cardio, Cardio

Getting six pack abs is not a walk in the park. If it was, we’d all have toned midsections and no one would make an effort to do cardio training anymore. I mean, what would be the point?!

Let’s face it. If you want six pack abs, it will take a lot of hard work, determination, and commitment to achieve it. Sure, it can sound a little daunting at first, but once you get the hang of it and start to see results, you won’t even notice how grueling it is anymore.

Cardio training IS an important part of a complete six pack abs workout. Getting six pack abs can be achieved faster by incorporating cardio exercises into your fitness program. Even after achieving your ideal weight and rock-hard abs, you would still need to do some form of cardio exercise.

When someone brought up the word “cardio” to me in the past, I remember cringing from the sheer thought of it. But the truth is, without cardio training, you can’t possibly get rid of excess fat that quickly.

It’s Cardio Time

If you want six pack abs, you’d have to do something about it. The best way to maximize any cardio training routine is to practice the orthodox system and not rely mainly on machines.

The orthodox system simply refers to common cardio exercises like running, jogging, walking, and climbing stairs. This system greatly compliments any six pack abs workout. The best time to do cardio training is early in the morning, from six to nine.

Getting six pack abs can be achieved just by doing cardio training on an empty stomach, which allows your metabolism to burn more calories and also forces your body to use energy from stored fat. If you can’t help doing cardio before breakfast, your next option is to perform it after your weight training session. During this time, glucose (sugar) is used up in the process as well.

Cardio Training: The Miracle Workout

Vince Delmonte, the Canadian fitness author of the bestselling core workout “No Nonsense 6 Pack: The Fat Loss System,” recommends that you perform cardio workouts three times a week. He believes that cardio training (e.g. walking at 4.0 mph for thirty minutes, running at 6-7 mph) is as close to a miracle pill as you can get. Once you start doing your cardio workout, your body responds by burning fat, keeping your heart strong, and building muscle – all beneficial in getting six pack abs.

Keep the Program Alive!

I totally get it when friends say cardio training is boring. I used to think the same way, too. The secret to cardio training, or any kind of physical exercise for that matter, is to CHANGE IT UP.

Jog or run on the first day, jump rope or climb stairs on the second, then join a spin class on your third. Shuffle these activities every week, invite friends to work out with you, and you’ll surely have a fantastic time getting six pack abs.

How do you get the most out of your cardio exercises? Let me know with your comments.

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