The most effective ways to have six packs in 30 days

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Have you ever wanted to look like Anthony Joshua, The Rock or the likes of these macho looking men but after like 2 days of working out you now stop and tell yourself that you are not meant to have your own 6 packs. This happens a lot of time to youngsters struggling to keep fit and look macho.

Your previous discouragement might have been because you had no one to motivate you to put in your best efforts.

Some people just purchase dumbbells and in a matter of weeks their biceps become large as if they attended a gym class. That’s what we call being persistent and enduring.

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I know the title of this post got you bewildered and thinking of how to have 6 packs in 30 days only.

Is that possible? Yes of course.

That should not be something to worry about as having 6 packs requires just your efforts and determination to succeed.

In this post I am going to be showing you how to loose that belly fat, build up the abdomen and go straight to having your 6 packs to show off.

We read in magazines, blogs, catalogues and other information guides that six packs can be gotten from drinking lemon juice. That is a big fallacy. The muscles of the abdomen requires some training for them to develop a great six packs and that nice look you have always wanted to have.

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Without further ado, let’s get to know the tips and tricks of getting a strong abdominal six packs in just 30 days.

Let’s get into what abs are; the abdominal muscles are also called abs is a pair of muscle that pass vertically through the anterior part of the human abdomen, it also passes through some other animals. In the abdomen of persond with low body fat, these muscles are visible. When viewed physically, these muscles are usually called 4 packs, 6 packs, 8 packs, 10 packs, this depends on how many are visible.


  • Sit-ups
  • Crunches
  • Planks


Sit up is an abdominal exercise that targets the abdominal muscles. It is an endurance training exercise that strengthens and tone the abdominal muscles. It is similar to crunches. Sit-ups have a fuller range of motion and condition extra muscles.


It begins with lying with the back on the floor with the hands behind the head and the knees bent so as to reduce the stress on the back muscles and the spinal cord, and bringing up the upper and the lower vertebrae from the floor until every part of the body superior to the buttocks doesn’t touch the floor. Exercises like sit-ups and push ups do not cause the spot reduction of fats. Having a six pack needs both abdominal muscle hypertrophy training and fat loss over the abdomen.


Crunches is one of the most known abdominal exercises for having six pack. It primarily works the abdominal muscles and also works in the obliques .

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A crunch begins with lying face up on the floor with the knees bent. This movement starts by curling the shoulders towards the pelvis . The hands should be placed behind or beside the neck or crossed over the chest. You can be hurt when pushing against the head or neck with hands.


The difficulty level of the crunch may be increased by lying on a declined bench or having a weight placed under the chin, on the chest or behind the head. Crunch exercises may be performed on exercise balls. Increasing the distance will also increase the load on the abdominal muscles due to leverage.


The plank (also know as front hold, hover or abdominal bridge) is an isometric core strengthening exercise that involves maintaining a position that looks similar to when doing push-ups for a maximum possible time that you can endure.


The plank usually strengthens the abdominal muscles, shoulders and back. Muscles involve in the front planks include:

Primary muscles: erector spinae, rectus abdominis, and transverse abdominis.

Secondary muscles: trapezius, rhomboids, rotator cuff, the anterior, medial, and deltoid muscles, pectorals, serratus anterior, gluteus maximus, quadriceps and gastrocnemius.

Muscles involved in the side plank include:

Primary muscles: transversus abdominis muscles, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus muscles

Secondary muscles: gluteus maximus (glutes), quadriceps (quads), and hamstrings
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