To develop a truly impressive Sixpack, you will want to train from abs a whole range of perspectives. You see, the core is generally made up of four key components. Namely – the rectus abdominus (6pack / lower abs), obliques, the serratus anterior, and the transverse abdominus (inner abs).

The obliques are an absolute must when it comes to developing an aesthetic physique. If your goal is to attain the V tapered look, there’s no way around training them. The obliques are a multifunctional muscle, they act to pull the chest downwards and compress the abdominal cavity, as well as performing side bending and opposing side rotation.

The most overlooked core muscle is the serratus anterior, which is a muscle that originates on your upper rib cage and attaches all the way back in the shoulder blade. The serratus helps to frame out your abs, obliques and lower pecs. It’s also pivotal for tapering in your torso and giving you an even sharper looking set of abs.

That’s why exercise variance is so important. To avoid your workouts from becoming stale it’s best to incorporate a wide range of exercises that will target every angle of your core and will also test your limits!

When it comes to your nutrition, forthose of you that are under the assumption that abs are made in the kitchen, I’ve got some news for you – that’s not exactly true. A more accurate description would be: ‘Abs are made in the gym and Revealed in the Kitchen’. While your diet is extremely important for a well defined and balanced set of abs, it is not solely responsible for them

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