Finding it very difficult to see the definition in the lower abs. Can't seem to get that 8 pack look...Anyone know of any lower ab exercises that they find really work. Been doing jack-knife situps and incline leg-hip raises and can't seem to get that tone. is it body fat on the lower abs that's in my way? More cardio??? Hydroxycut??? Any opinions would be appreciated.
agreed although the bigger they are and the more seperation you get between the muscles the better they will show through any fat that is there. I like hanging knee raises and bicycle crunches for my lower abs.
What do u mean by that?Originally Posted by SDhick
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It means diet determines the visibility of your abs.
Squats work better than supplements.
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Also the abs contract together, not as a lower and upper unit. Work on dieting, that will be the key.
Diet is key, the calorie is king
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