While getting six pack abs isn’t rocket science, it is nutrition science. Thankfully, the knowledge you need to know is easily learnable and implementable. [Read more…] about Getting Abs Isn’t Rocket Science, But It Is Nutrition Science
Having excess body fat can be a sign that you are unhealthy. Different types of belly fat can be risk factors for diseases like cancer, type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, heart disease, and overall unhappiness.
“Visceral fat” is the medical term used to describe unhealthy fat in your belly and the area surrounding the liver and other organs in your abdomen.
If your goal is to drop belly fat, you’re not alone. Studies have found that among Americans, as many as 91% of adults and 69% of children excess body fat present that impairs health.
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Did you know there’s more to your abs than what you can see? Your core consists of multiple layers of abdominal muscles which each perform a function, as well as soft tissue, nerves, and blood vessels.
It’s important to switch up your ab workouts so that each layer of your abdominals is being exercised to build a stronger core, which is vital to keeping your entire body strong and stable.
Here are ten dynamic home ab workouts that require no equipment, but deliver a serious abdominal workout. [Read more…] about 10 of My Favorite At-Home Ab Workouts Anyone Can Do