My Trick for Defined Abs!

I need to begin this blog post by saying it has taken me a very, very long time to feel comfortable with my midsection.

Diet and eating consistently is key to obtaining a lean midsection. It’s true when they say, “abs are made in the kitchen but formed in the gym.” If you eat fattening foods and then do a ton of abs and think you’re going to get a six pack… you’re wasting your time.

My trick for having a defined or tight midsection is to eat healthy {habitually} and to do 100 abs a day {but not when I’m sore}. I like to feel tight in my midsection all the time. Sometimes I’ll do abs in the morning, before my workout, after my workout, during my workout or before bed. It totally varies but my secret sauce is 100 abs a day {but skip when sore}.

It’s important to skip doing abs when they are sore. Your abs do need time to recover and if you overwork them you won’t give them a chance to rebuild themselves. The day I fee like I’m too sore {or that it hurts to laugh lol} I will give myself a rest day or two.

Below are a few 100 abs videos from my YouTube channel:

Keep crunchin’
Jenn 

PS: You can get trim with Jenn 🙂 

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My blogging goal is to give you at least one health, fitness and / or wellness tip!

9 Responses

  1. I once read that it’s better to do abs excercises after your workout. For your workout you need core strength and doing e.g. crunches takes part of that strength away. Therefore, the article said, it’s better to do abs excercises at the end of your workout. I guess it depends on the intensity of your workout but still, what do you think?

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      1. Thanks for the insight. I prefer doing abs at the end of my workout. As you say, you keep them engaged throughout the excercises and at the end you finish them off with some crunches. Although sometimes it’s hard to motivate myself to lay down and do crunches. Well, not the laying down part but getting back up again:D

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