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Sorry, your muscles still need Unlock Your Hip Flexors Review carbohydrate to absorb amino acids. However, that carbohydrate can be supplied by vegetables or milk. And your body is over 50 times better able to deal with carbohydrate, by storing it in muscle, after you exercise than at any other time. Timing your carbs after exercise makes them muscle-building, not fat-building.After a few months of wrestling with the question "How do I lose belly fat?" most exercisers eventually move on to the question "How do I get abs?" But if your six-pack has been hidden under a beer barrel, it may seem like you will never get them.
But eventually you will. The challenge is, no matter how much you bulk up your abdominal muscles, nobody will be able to see them if they are hidden under a layer of adipose. You have to build up muscle and also lose fatty tissue. How the heck does anybody do that?First of all, choose abs exercises that really do you some good. Researchers at San Diego State University in California found that the exercise that triggers the most abs activity is a "bicycle maneuver." How do you do it? Put your hands behind your ears, pulling your legs up to a 45-degree angle at the knees. You won't have strain your knees assuming you don't have a knee joint issue (and if you do, don't do this exercise).
Start doing a bicycle pedaling motion. Touch your right elbow with your left knee. Then touch your left elbow with your left knee. Now touch your left elbow with your right knee...got the idea? Like you're riding a bike.Don't forget to breathe. If you don't breathe, you will stop the exercise early and turn blue.No exercise stretches more abdominal muscles than the lie-down bicycling maneuver. But you can also do crunches, situps, leg lifts, jack-knife situps, and V-ups. You can do your crunches on a stability ball.
Does that last one require some explanation?Lie on the floor and cross your arms in front of your chest. Lift you knees as high up as they go, and be absolutely, positively, totally sure not to place your hands behind your head. (Putting your hands behind your head can cause lower back problems.) Got the idea?Now scoot an exercise ball underneath your knees. Raise your shoulders toward the ball, using just your ab muscles. Don't worry if you don't get very far, and don't get carried away with the pain and gain thing. Keep working at this exercise every 2 or 3 days until you can lift yourself up just with your abs. And when you can do this, all you will have to worry about is losing excess adipose.