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Time to face facts : All those crunches and as-seen-on-TV devices won’t give you a six-pack. What will ? Losing the belly fat that covers up your abs, as strong as they may be. Exercise, especially the right kind of cardio, is your ticket to a core you can bounce quarters off.

Burn The FatThe best way to skinny down in the middle is to do plenty of cardiovascular exercise. Some good examples of this are : WalkingJoggingSwimmingAerobicsBicyclingBut no matter which activity you choose, the best cardio to burn fat is strategic. Either do high-intensity interval training ( high intensity interval training ), very low-intensity cardio like walking, or ideally, a mix of both.

Build Muscle tera Burn More FatToning along with cardiovascular work will speed up and improve the process, but don’t think that you only need to work on your abs. This is another misconception. The truth is that when you work all the larger groups, adding more mass to your muscles, you rev up your metabolism to heights it has never before reached.

Large Muscle Groups to Concentrate On : Front and back of thighsButtocksBackChestTriceps and bicepsCalvesHipsForearmsShoulders

Your zones musculaires need extra kcal to maintain themselves, so more of the food you eat will be feeding your muscles instead of your trouble ateliers. Your conditioned heart ( from the cardiovascular stuff ) is more effective at burning kcal as well, so you have the golden combination there.

As the fat comes off your body, it will come off your belly. Your body fat is like one organ, located throughout your body, and you can’t take it off just one spot unless you have liposuction done.

Always work your abs at the end of your workout. There’s a good reason for this. You are indirectly using them for all the other exercises you do.

The abs are important stabilizer groupes musculaires that keep your form in check. If you do abs first, you will tire them out, and your whole workout will be less than idéal. Work down from the largest to the smallest zones musculaires.

Strengthen Your Core

Doing core exercises is still important, though. Crunches and Janda sit-ups primarily work the largest abdominal muscle, the rectus abdominis, which flexes the spine. This muscle compresses the abdomen to a point, but there are other muscles you need to pay attention to, as well.

The internal and external obliques, which I like to call ‘ nature’s girdle, ‘ are located at the sides of the rectus abdominis. They are the zones musculaires you use when you bend sideways at the spine or twist at the waist. They also contract to compress the abdomen, so you should work them just as as you work the rectus abdominis. Adding a twist to crunches works, as well as dumbbell side bends, but be careful not to use any jerky motions, especially if you’ve had back problems.

The transversus abdominal groupes de muscles are located at your sides, below the obliques. Often called ‘ lower abs, ‘ these are the groupes de muscles that women who are trying to lose their belly after pregnancy should concentrate on. Exercises that call for raising the legs instead of the upper body are effective at strengthening the transversus.

Training Tips For A Tight Tummy

Walking puts all of the abdominal muscles to work. Make sure you swing your arms and contract your midsection while you walk, and maintain a brisk pace. Once you get your body accustomed to a daily walk, you’ll hate to go a day without it. Walk for at least thirty minutes each time to achieve the aerobic effect, and be sure to drink plenty of water.

Weight training not only helps the metabolism, but it also strengthens the bones. Adding muscle also does wonders for your energy level and self-esteem as you age.

Yoga is equally effective at strengthening your body, especially your abs and back. It improves the position tremendously to create a taller, leaner appearance. Pilates and many mat-based exercises are also great alternatives. The important thing is that you find an activity you like to do. This will greatly improve your odds of sticking with it.

Many television ads are now pitching devices that supposedly stimulate groupes de muscles to contract repeatedly without exercise. I even saw an infomercial for an ‘ ab belt ‘ that claimed it does the work of 700 sit-ups in 10 minutes ! The ad shows people doing various abdominal exercises the wrong way, hating every second of it, versus smiling men and women going about their days with ‘ Ab-whatevers ‘ strapped around them. How enticing !

Several people in these ads claim to have lost inches around their waist as a result of using these products. Men with six-pack abs credit the device. This is feeding the viewership’s disillusionment about how to lose belly fat. Strengthening your abs alone ( and these machines couldn’t possibly do much of that ) just won’t do it.

Why is this ? Because of the fat ! If a heavy woman does hundreds of crunches a day, she may develop strong abs, and they might tighten up a bit, but they’ll still be hidden by fat, and she won’t look any thinner.

The most important thing you need to do is to program yourself mentally. Don’t use a scale to measure your progress. If you work out with weights, you may gain a few pounds while losing inches around the waist. Instead, use that pair of jeans that you want to fit into again, or a pair that fits you now. You’ll see a slight change every few weeks, and that should give you confidence.

Walk as tall as you can. Do back and leg stretches daily to improve your position. When you’re driving to work, sit up nice and straight and adjust the rear-view mirror so that you’ll know when you’re slouching. Don’t let your shoulders fall forward when you’re at your desk. You can look a size smaller just by doing these things.

Ready to get started on your journey to sculpted abs ? The 7-Day Six-Pack in BodyFit will give you the tools you need to cut that core.

Clean hands; sharp knives. Are there two more important, essential and basic tools to have in a kitchen, whether professional or home?

Even though ‘wash your hands’ has squatted rent-free in all our noggins since the arrival of Covid-19 in 2020, likewise blunt knives are putting you in danger’s way in the kitchen. Consciously investing in your knives is something to really consider going forward to up your kitchen arsenal. We’ve undertaken a bit of research on the craft knifemakers and bladesmiths across Ireland, and we’re going to share a few of them in this feature.

Before linking up with these artisan craftsmen (and we preface that by saying, that’s a reality –– most *are* men, though not all!) we did a bit of a straw poll on Instagram when we were in the market to up our knife game. The results seemed to be quite conclusive in that the more prominent brands like Victorinox, Global and Wüsthof were the top three mentioned, but Sabatier, Zwilling, Kai Shun and Mercer Culinary came up every so often too in recommendations. Here, in no particular order, we’re featuring the artisans, the small-scale and the (mostly) Irish-based craft knife makers.

Sam Dunn has always been handy with his hands, preferring the more technical, hands-on subjects in school to being involved in construction and welding in his early career. He stumbled upon a knife making YouTube video and, interested in taking his time up with a hands-on project, took on the challenge and never looked back five years on. In the early days he linked up with fellow West Cork-based knifemaker Rory Connor for advice in the early days.




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