We all want to keep fit and not always do we find the time to hit the gym and that's where what we are about to say plays true. Before you tone a six-pack, you’ll need to shed any excess pounds—and that starts in the kitchen, much like you'll already guessed. Countless studies have shown that diet, not exercise, is the key to weight loss. One 2014 analysis of past studies found that exercise didn’t have any effect on the first six months of a weight-loss program, but participants who ate well and worked out lost the most pounds after a year. “Food is everything and exercise is extra credit,” said registered dietitian, Ilana Muhlstein. So, that's about the food. Now, we come to what you can do to get those killer abs.
To get to a healthy weight, you’ll need to eat fewer calories and replace junk foods with satisfying, nutritious options. First off, resist movements. Most ab exercises work by bending and twisting your core, but those muscles’ main function is to keep your trunk straight and sturdy, which is why moves that resist gravity are so effective. Upgrade your plank exercises. Stepping up your planks by adding movement will help you build a six-pack even faster. Learn to move your hips when you are exercising. Also, continuously change your workout and challenge your body with different things.
Strictly avoid pre-workout treats and up your protein intake, not with artificial supplements but with natural ones. Lastly, incorporate cardio in your workout routines. Make sure to go for a run or for a jog as often as you possibly can. Well, there you go, get working out STAT!