How do you get a six pack?

Discussion in 'Lifestyle, Health, Fitness & Food' started by vejichan, Jun 15, 2017.

  1. Mathemagician

    Mathemagician Regular

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    What a fucking waste of time and energy. This is why "fit" people don't bother fucking answering when someone who wants to "just lose some weight" asks for help.

    That or it's a troll post. Which on a guitar forum I don't even see why.

    Chicken salad is mostly mayo, look up what that is calorically and see if t makes any fucking sense to make that the base of a dietary change.

    OP- Go ahead and "fail" like you want to and stay fat.

    For anyone else reading his thread, hopefully you've noticed a pattern "eat right, and count your calories. Then exercise as you see fit". It's mostly food, and playing soccer wth your kids in the yard can count as your exercise.

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  2. lhzxx

    lhzxx Regular

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    Only know how to do one pack properly........ burgers and coke everyday~:cheers:
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  3. Kodee_Kaos

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    Structure carbohydrate intake around physical activity. No booze, sugar, chips, etc. Interval training is good.
  4. Matthias Hornstein

    Matthias Hornstein Well-Known Member

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    Jul 20, 2017
    Well the quote "a sixpack is made in the kitchen" is actually just half-true.
    You "simply" need to burn more calories then you are eating.
    How can you achieve this?
    1. Reduce the calories
    2. Raise your burning rate of calories (through sport, walking instead of driving by car, etc.)

    Without wanting to sound like a smartass: Basically everyone has a sixpack. You just can't see it because its covered by fat.
    So make sure to eat healthy on a consistant basis, eat a lof of small meals insted of 3 big ones and try to do sport on a consistant basis as well.
    It takes time but you will get your sixpack!
  5. gordon_mlz

    gordon_mlz Regular

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    Aug 27, 2012
    Interesting thread. I've been a member here for years and never noticed this.

    Anyways, I'm a NASM certified personal trainer, online coach and overall fitness/weightlifting enthusiast. I'm 33 yrs old, and used to be obese in my early 20's.

    A few of the people posting here have the original question on the head: the fastest way I've ever been able to see someone (myself included) go from flabby/out of shape to having a real six pack is through compound lifts and <20% body fat. It's definitely not easy at first, but the process IS incredibly simple. I've been training now for almost 11 years, and only about 3 years ago did I really figure it all out. I chose NOT to get a solid coach or trainer, so I had to figure everything out myself. Even with YouTube videos and free guides, there's a lot of little questions about exercises, macros, etc that came up but I had no one to ask. If you (whoever is reading this) is serious, look for a reputable coach or trainer, even online, to help guide you and hold you accountable.
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