How to do abdominal muscle training in the gym

How to do abdominal muscle training in the gym

Q: How to do effective abdominal training?

  A: The complex waist and abdomen equipment in the gym can increase the difficulty of movement, but you can achieve the same effect by accumulating discs when doing abdominal crunches.

Obviously, whether a device can work well on the abdomen is actually very simple: if it shrinks the abdominal weight, then it is good, if there is no waste of time.

Abdominal muscle contraction occurs only when the sternum is close to the pelvis, or vice versa.

The most important thing is to have good practices, which no machine can replace.

In addition, some people think that most people want beautiful abdominal muscle lines rather than thick and large abdominal muscles. Small-strength high-frequency abs exercises are more suitable than high-intensity low-frequency.

MH recommends that you perform abdominal muscle training 3-4 times a week and 3 different abdominal muscle training exercises every 10-15 minutes.

  Q: Should I do a lot of sit-ups to reduce the aunt around my waist?

  A: No.

Exercise Somewhere you want to lose your aunt is called “local fat loss.”

Local fat loss is a misunderstanding.

Studies have shown that when you lose fat, you experience less body fat, not just the part you exercise.

Only through diet and aerobic exercise can effective fat reduction be achieved.

  At the same time, it should be noted that a large amount of sit-ups can cause sports injuries.

Because traditional sit-ups mainly work on the psoas muscles, they have no effect on training the abdominal muscles, but it will wear down the spine of the lower back.

Because when you do sit-ups, the traction of the psoas muscles will cause the lower back to bend excessively.

The result is chronic pain in your lower back.