Do Genetics Play A Role in Abdominals?
A lot of people wonder if genetics play a large role in abdominals. The answer is yes they do in pertaining to the structure of your abdominals and what the maximum potential you will be able to achieve. However, that does not mean that everyone who has a 6 pack just woke up one morning with them. Achieving a 6 pack takes hard work and dedication in terms of exercise and nutrition to reduce the body fat and reveal a 6 pack. Regardless, you should know what kind of body structure you do have and that will give you an idea of what you can largely expect as to what your abs should look like: if you have the ability to get an 8 pack or just a 4 pack, which will largely depend on the length of your torso. Take a peek below to see Rob break it down for you.
Working out your abs will help you build up the muscular tissue in your abdominals. However, the only way to see ripped abs is if you remove the fatty tissue surrounding it. You need to be under 10% body fat in order to see a six-pack. That means that ab training really is a systemic process in terms of training your entire body, eating a healthy diet conducive to staying lean, and creating the proper anabolic hormonal environment within your body (increasing the production of testosterone and natural growth hormone). MP45 is a program designed exclusively by Muscle Prodigy that details an entire 45 day plan for you to remove that fatty tissue and have your abs looking the best they've ever looked.
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