Some Notes to Realize the Abdominal Muscles

Despite all that have addressed the issue of the abdominal and the days that it is necessary to work, many people are still doubting whether are training them well or not. Therefore at HowStuffWorks we want, now more than ever, to give some General tips to know exactly if we are training well the abdomen, or if on the contrary we are sobreentrenando it. Simply with a series of small points to keep in mind, we will review our routine and the way in which we are proceeding.

First is one of the most frequent questions we the number of days that we can train the abdominals. It is true that it is a muscle with one capacity increase of recovery than the rest, but not why we subject you to high intensities consistently since we overtrain them. So at least you have to train the abdominal muscles every forty-eight hours. Although there are many people who choose to simply perform high intensity exercises once a week as if it were any other part of the body.

The abdominal work is not somewhat random, so it We must follow an order along to choose the exercises that we will carry out. Therefore we will begin first by the lower part of the abdominal wall, to continue with the middle and side area, and culminating with the top. It is necessary that we distribute the exercises in this way and thus follow the proper order to work each part as it deserves, because it is very important that we focus thrust in the work area, since in this way the results will be the sought after.

Following the line of concentrate the most, When it comes to sit-ups should always choose exercises as simple as possible, where travel is small and highly concentrated in the part that we are working. Much more complex is the exercise and more travel I have chances of hurt us somewhere else and engage other muscles is greater, since we derive part of the tension to other areas that will be involved in an indirect way.

In the majority of cases we always associate results with repeats, and is that when it comes to sit-ups we always have present that the amount is less important than the quality exercises, since it is necessary that we focus the most, we carry out exercises in a simple way, concentrating on each worked part time, and noting that the job is well done and that we are doing what we must.

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