Even moderate exercise just 3 times a week can have you looking slimmer and more toned.
Regularly active adults have lower rates of heart disease and stroke, and have lower blood pressure, better blood lipid profiles, and fitness.
Give your abs at least a day of rest between your workouts in order to repair and build.
Park your car further away from your office, so that you are forced to walk more.
If you are trying a new technique or are working with a new machine, ask a trainer for assistance in learning how to perform the exercise properly.
Drink a lot of water. The standard recommendation is 8 glasses a day. Be sure to drink more if you exercise.
Once a person reaches a certain fitness level, he or she progresses to higher levels of physical activity by continued overload and adaptation.
Keep your abs tight by cutting back on meats high in fat, such as burgers, and greasy fried foods, such as French fries.
Bend your elbows and your knees when lifting or lowering plates or dumbbells from the floor. Do not use your back, you could strain it.