Okay, here's the deal...the reason I put this in the training thread is because it's mainly a training question. For the past 2 months, I have increased my protein intake, and I have gained weight. I was 140lbs, and now I've increased to 147lbs. However, I've added fat in my abs. It's a bubble down there! I want to keep gaining muscle weight. My ideal weight is to be 165 (I'm 5'6) of pure muscle.
Ok, so the question is - what can I do to lose the fat in my abs? Do I do more ab exercises or do I do cardio? If I do cardio, that means I may lose weight, but I am thinking I will lose whatever fat. Then I can eat REAL healthy and build only muscle. Now, if I am off track here, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE someone steer me in the right direction. I was surprised I added that musch weight WITHOUT creatine. I was pleased, and gave me hope that I can make it to 165 - but muscle, not FAT!
Thank you...I need some real good information!