Who does not want to have sexy abs? Is it because you want to look better, feel better and be better? What could be your personal or motivational reason?
Probably, you know how to get a six pack, but your lack of motivation along with some lack of healthy eating habits has prevented you from getting that body you desire so badly.
You will have that body. But have you ever wondered why you want that body so badly in the first place?
Why Do You Want Sexy Abs?
It’s Great to Have a Six Pack
Six packs are the thing to have, according to the media, the fitness industry, and every other industry that has to do with reaching out to the masses. And we have come to expect six packs from those industries.
The point is that the media, the TV, movies, magazines, and everything else that’s designed for mass consumption, is skewing our views for what’s normal in our society.
That’s because six packs signify power, sexiness, and the media is letting us know that having them means that we’re special.
We’re not just common. We’re someone to be respected. That is how the media depicts people with six pack abs. But the truth is, having a six pack is healthy, too.
It’s Good for Your Health
Having a six pack means you have strong abdominal muscles. When you strengthen those muscles, you essentially help your back perform better.
You will sit up straighter, you will walk straighter, and you’ll have fewer, if any, back problems in the future.
If you have a bad back, and you follow the information in this article, your back pain could literally disappear. It’s amazing how getting in shape can cure many of our ailments.
The fact is, having just a little bit of fat on your midsection can make you susceptible to sickness and disease. When you get your six pack, you will feel healthy for the first time in a long time.
Not only that, you find that you get sick less often if you get sick at all, and you have an easier time warding off certain diseases like cancer.
But probably the most important aspect of getting a six pack is that it has such a great effect on your attitude and overall mental health.
There are a record number of people suffering from depression in this world. We’re also getting fatter by the year. Could the two be intertwined?
Then, it’s no wonder the world is depressed. If you feel down more times than you feel good, you just might be able to get out of your funk by finally attaining a six pack.
While I’m not saying that having a six pack will cure mental illness, not by any means, I’m merely saying that having a six pack will improve your outlook on life exponentially.
Having a six pack will also get you noticed. It used to be the fit people outnumbered the larger people of society, but boy has times changed.
These days, the world is much larger than it was ten or fifteen years ago, and by that it means the people are larger.
Airlines are charging more for people of a bigger size, and they’re even refusing to let some obese passengers on the plane altogether.
Whether you believe that or not, you must let your body know that you’re completely comfortable with finally getting fit, with finally getting a six pack.
Because your body, not thinking you’re ready, will try to sabotage you. But if you let your body know you’re ready, you’ll find losing that excess fat easier than you thought it’d be.
Why Sexy Abs Elude Most People?
Most People Are Fat
Most people don’t have a six-pack, and that’s obvious. Every holiday we hold, no matter your religion, typically revolves around food.
And when there’s abundant food, there’s usually alcohol, too. It’s no wonder our society is so gluttonous.
But it may be more than just the availability of food. The Italians also celebrate with food, but they’re not known to be a very overweight culture.
What could be causing us all to gain weight? And what could be holding you back from your dreams of attaining a six pack?
It was previously mentioned that the world is getting increasingly depressed as they get fatter. Some scientists think that putting on weight is one of our body’s defense mechanisms.
Some studies have concluded that children who are sexually abused gain weight as they grow so as to hide their bodies.
he fat they put on essentially acts as a buffer between them and the rest of the world.
This may sound like a lot of psychosomatic mumbo jumbo but lots of studies have proven its relevance. What we think and how we feel affects how our bodies change and develop.
By relaxing and telling your body that you really want to achieve this goal, you’ll be more likely to reach it once and for all.
Looking everywhere online for advice on whether or not one could still drink and get fit at the same time – people said absolutely not! Alcohol is awful for weight loss.
These people said through the many web pages that your body will need to burn off all the alcohol before it can get to work on your fat stores. Alcohol is horrible for weight loss.
These individuals said that alcohol slows down your metabolism and that it’s a toxin that causes your body to become dehydrated, which is the exact opposite of what you need if you’re looking to lose weight.
Those people who are saying that you could drink were usually on forums where people were still on their ‘fitness journeys’.
In other words, the ones who didn’t drink made it, and the ones who did are still struggling with it.
Listen, having a beer or two on the weekends, or a glass of wine, or a glass of alcohol, isn’t going to kill you. It’s not going to sabotage your results.
But you cannot binge drink, you cannot drink every day and you can’t fill your glass to the very top and say that it’s one drink. Be serious about your efforts, and you’ll get serious results.
Not only is alcohol burned first before your body reaches for your fat stores, but alcohol numbs your stomach.
That’s why to drive through restaurants make a killing at two in the morning when the bars and clubs let out. Because all those drunk people are STARVING!
It’s a fact, alcohol will make you hungry. But it’s a fake hunger, and if you drink and eat late at night, those calories aren’t going anywhere but right on your gut, the very place on your body that we’re trying to reduce.
What Have You Tried Before?
Have you tried other programs, pills, potions, gadgets before? If so, you probably feel as though you wasted your money, don’t you?
But what if I told you that everything you spent your money on probably worked?
What if I told you the problem wasn’t the gadget you bought, the potion you tried or the pills you took in your attempts to get a six pack?
What if I told you the problem was you?
Infomercials are geniuses at making us pick up the phone or log on with our credit cards gripped in our greedy little hands.
They’ll play their fitness commercials at three in the morning. Usually, it’s right after you’ve gorged an entire bucket of ice cream or an entire box of cookies.
These programs promise that you’ll get fit in sixty days! Or that you’ll drop twenty pounds in two weeks!
While the products may not work that well, they probably do work. You just didn’t have the follow through or the plan in place that enabled those products to work.
But I’m here to tell you right now that you don’t need anything to get six pack abs. You don’t need a machine, you don’t need drugs, and you certainly don’t need any disgusting drinks. All you need is knowledge and motivation.
So save your money. Don’t buy from the infomercials at two in the morning. Don’t buy from magazines, don’t click on links and buy off the internet and certainly don’t buy any products from your local grocery or super store.
You don’t need them. If you want to take a supplement, take a multi-vitamin. Other than that, you just need to eat real food. That’s the trick to getting a six pack. It’s 85-90% diet.
I know what you’re thinking. The moment you see the word diet you immediately close your mind. The word diet invokes memories of starvation and unpleasantness. It’s not a nice word.
But I don’t mean diets where all you eat is eggs or strawberries or anything like that. I’m talking about real food.
Eat lean meats, healthy vegetables, good carbohydrates (brown rice, wheat bread, oatmeal, etc.), eat lots of fruit and drink plenty of water.
That’s it. That doesn’t sound hard, does it? The diets where you restrict yourself too much are doomed to failure. And even if you do stick with them, they’re very unhealthy.
All you need to know in order to lose that gut and finally be able to see your abs is to eat less, exercise more and refrain from drinking alcohol until you’ve at least reached your goal. That’s all you need to know.
Most people are looking for that magic pill. That term ‘magic pill’, I hate to use it because it’s used so often. But it perfectly describes what people are looking for in their quests to lose weight.
It’s not easy. In fact, it can be downright hard at times. But you know what? Most people wouldn’t know because they quit prematurely, before the plan they are on even has time to produce any action.
That’s because most people have no patience.
Patience and Why Most People Don’t Have Any
It seems the day the microwave was invented, our society lost all meaning for that little virtue we call patience.
Don’t believe me? How many things have you pulled out of the microwave before it actually reached zero?
How many times have you seen the microwave show the number 3 or even 1 instead of the time? One second? Couldn’t you even wait for one second for your food or soup to be done?
That behavior right there is how our society now operates. We have become accustomed to getting information right now when we need it.
We can order something online from a completely different country and have it delivered the next day to our doorsteps. We can pick up our cell phones and instantly talk to a relative in another state, check movie times, or even trade stocks.
We live in an instant, microwave society where we want it and we want it now, whatever that it might be. We have no patience, and that right there is the one reason why most people fail to reach their fitness goals.
The Passing of Time
Listen up, because this is going to be the best advice anyone can ever give you when you’re trying to lose fat and gain muscle.
Right now, you’re trying to strip away the fat around your midsection so that you can finally see the rippling muscle underneath.
The problem is that you can’t spot reduce. What that means is you can’t just shed fat from your midsection. You have to do it slowly and it has to come from all over your body, like in sheets.
Therefore, if you know it’s going to take some time, the best advice you will ever hear is to forget what you’re doing. That’s right.
You can mark the day you started so that you can have a good reference, but your best bet is to forget you’re even trying to complete something.
Just incorporate good eating habits and some exercises into your normal routine.
That’s when you’re going to look up one day and see your abs poking through. If you can forget about it, the days will pass quicker, and the results will appear to come faster.
Generally, it takes twice the amount of time for fat to melt away as it took to pack it on. So if you gained twenty pounds in three months, it’s generally going to take you six months to lose those twenty pounds.
Of course, this isn’t scientific but it can help you prepare your mind for just how long your efforts are likely to take.
If you can just keep eating right and doing the exercises I’m going to tell you about, you’ll notice your waist shrinking and that six pack poking through before you know it.
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