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... In terms of ab exercises, there are a lot of different exercises you can do, the most important thing is to do a variety of exercises, not the same ones every time. Your muscles will get used to doing certain exercises and then they won't be as effective. ... (1 replies)
... sets once a week. Abs like any other muscle respond to overload. Meaning, they will grow when you force them to grow, and they will only grow when you rest them properly. This is best achieved with weights, intensity, and rest. In my expirence, the two best ab exercises are weighted leg lifts and cable crunches. ... (5 replies)
... or bigger. But if you don't give them enough rest, then what do you think happens? ... (8 replies)

... I added in my ab routine also, as I had left them out but I do them 3x a week. ... (8 replies)
Abs define?
Feb 5, 2006
... for two sets apeice. Abs like any other muscle when trained intensely need rest. You only need to hit them like this once a week and your abs will blow up. ... (8 replies)
... lb and need to loose weight? ... (10 replies)
... I would say no. Just because like all the other muscles in your body, they need rest. So if you work them hard, give them a days rest. Sometimes I'll do abs for 3 days in a row and rest for 2, so on and so forth... ... (5 replies)
... I know you are supposed to give each muscle group 48hrs of rest, but I've heard that you can work abs and legs everyday? ... (8 replies)
... Maybe you can do abs and obliques on Saturday along with cardio...and take off Sunday, if you want to work out on the weekends. Rest is good and allows for muscle recovery. ... (8 replies)
Feb 5, 2005
... ok, i need to put in my 2 cents here. ... (27 replies)
... t know much about the diet thing, but I need to learn. ... (16 replies)
... What you need to do is get your diet in check to help lose your body fat so eventually what you want is coming off where you want. The other thing is consistency. ... (5 replies)
... abs. This is because you need biceps when you work your back and triceps when you work your chest and shoulders. ... (5 replies)
... t training. As far as your workout goes, you may be overtraining on your first and 4th day. I personally like to only work each muscle ONCE a week. Also doing abs on two consecutive days isn't necessarily bad, but I'd reccommend making your ab workouts further apart. ... (1 replies)
... With me not repeating a muscle group for 7 days, do I really need to take Saturday and Sunday off like I've been doing? ... (8 replies)
... Can you explain cable crunches and wieghted leg lifts, and can they be done at home? (9 replies)
... for years have been incorrectly treating abs different then the other muscles in their body. The fact is abs are just like every other muscle. They respond and grow when you train them with weight, feed them properly, and let them rest. ... (9 replies)
... workout with the larger muscle groups. If you work the smaller muscles you may reach a point of fatigue more rapidly. In body building we work tpward failure. Rest between sets for 30 to 60 seconds. I am of the split routine school vs. total body. ... (2 replies)
... I only do four exercises for my abs once a week. Trust me its all you need. Your abs are recruited durning pretty much every lift you do in the gym and heavily during some exercises. They really don't require much direct work to stimulate growth. ... (8 replies)
... I want to be leaner and stronger. I don't care about bulk, but do want to eb stronger. ... (2 replies)

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