How can i reduce abdominal fat ie on my tummy??
First and foremost, stay away from any ab machine you see on TV as they are simply a waste of money and barely effective. The abdominal muscles work just like any other muscle and have to be challenged as such. If you want muscular abdominals, you have to challenge them with resistance and good form just like you would your chest, your back or any other muscle for that matter. Targeting the correct energy system is imperative. This means you should never enter into the aerobic phase of this exercise, ideally keeping it under 2 minutes at most. Think of rolling a carpet and contracting fully on the top of the movement and squeeze. If you do them correctly, you shouldn’t be able to do more than 30 crunches. Any more than that, and you’re probably doing them half-azz, incorrectly or with a partial range of motion. For the upper abs, focus on crunches which effectively work the abdominals better than sit-ups or any machine on the market. For the lower abs, keep in mind there is very little