About 8 years later and my abs look exactly the same just more defined.
If you want to get abs you just need to lose fat, it is that simple.
Also, no ab/core exercise will ever change the shape of your abdominals, it will just define it.
Lastly, not everyone will have a 6-pack; some people have 4-packs, 8-packs or some weird shaped abs. Just be happy when you see it!
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(We All Start Somewhere) Everyone will always just see the results.
What they won’t see is all the hard work you put in daily. The trials that you go through.
I’ve talked to a lot of people that just think you can go to the gym and get jack, shredded, and whatever you want to call it. However the simple truth is that you need to be dedicated and focus on form. Watch what you eat and really change your life style if this is truly what you want.
On the left I was 115-120 as I fluctuate a lot. This was me starting out.
Now five years and a few months later I’m 158 at 11% body fat. It’s taken me 5 years to achieve this.
My mindset and how I feel about myself has changed a lot. So if you really want something you’ll go all in for it.
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I always get asked about my diet and the truth is I don’t have one. I do like to eat healthy meals at least 50% of the time but I do not restrict myself from eating the foods that I want.
Getting fit needs to be an enjoyable process or you will not stick to it. Make it fun and enjoy the journey!
New week new goals! One of the things that I love about working out 6 days a week is the accountability that comes from it. The morning workout sets up my day for success. If I can wake up at 4am crush my workout then everything else that day seems easy. There are mornings that I jump out of bed, but there are those like today that drag. I spend 30 minutes in my bed coming up with excuses of why I shouldn’t workout, and why is it a good idea to take a day off. Whenever I don’t listen to that voice I get shit done.