Six pack abs are the one universal sign of a fit, healthy and virile individual. They have become a symbol of strength, as the core is responsible for carrying the body through life, as well as a symbol of sexual attractiveness in both men and women. Getting — 6 pack abs is not easy however, otherwise everyone would do it, and this allows myths to abound about the best way to get cut. Trends Healths is a new website that analyses real data to debunk online myths, and it has published a new myth busting guide to six pack abs, to help more people get cut faster.
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The first surprising find contained within their 6 pack abs guide is that nutrition is more important than exercise, and that body fat is the most essential factor in revealing the abs. Another important facet is that the ‘sporty’ six-pack requires callisthenic training and not weight or resistance exercises, which can cause six pack abs to bloat and ‘barrel’ out.
The other important find is that some will have 6 pack abs while some will have 8, 4 or even 2 pack abs, as the number of folds in the muscle, their location and shape is defined by genetics and not exercise. As such, individuals can only hope to optimize what is there, they cannot magic six pack abs from a four pack.
A spokesperson for Trends Healths explained, “Six pack abs are the number one most wanted feature for men when looking at how they can improve their body. This is because of people like Brad Pitt immortalizing the feature as a symbol of modern masculine sexuality, and also because it is difficult to achieve, taking real commitment not just to exercise but to diet. Fortunately, we have created a guide which, if followed, will enable individuals to develop, define and expose their 6 pack abs.”
About Trends Health: Trends Health is a new online resource center that analyses data and research and cross references this with online trends to fact check and debunk the many competing online theories about a range of health and fitness topics. The site is regularly updated by a committed team of writers and data interpreters, covering everything from six pack abs to nutrition and sports performance.
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