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    Abs Training

    I'm just over 12 stone at the minute and in the process of bulking up probably to around 13.5 or 14 stone, is there any point in doing ab workouts while I'm piling on the pounds? Should I wait until I'm toning/cutting or would it be worth my while going ahead and starting working on them now? Thanks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TGL View Post
    I'm just over 12 stone at the minute and in the process of bulking up probably to around 13.5 or 14 stone, is there any point in doing ab workouts while I'm piling on the pounds? Should I wait until I'm toning/cutting or would it be worth my while going ahead and starting working on them now? Thanks...
    A strong core is important to virtually every exercise you do--both to avoid injury and function--so I'd highly recommend incorporating abs into your workouts.
    TB

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    +1 Tom, spot on answer

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    It's never a bad thing to do some work for the midsection. See this other thread for some ideas.
    http://www.wannabebig.com/forums/sho...-Core-training

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