Going through the daily grind nowadays takes up more time compared to the previous generations- more traffic, more work to do, more stress. For most people, it seems like there are just not enough hours in a day to be able to do what they want and that includes going to the gym to get flatter abs.
Since I’m not a financial adviser, I’m going to address that last problem plaguing much of society these days. There are still ways for people to get around a tight schedule so they can still do the right exercises for getting flatter abs in a short time.
Quite a few members of society nowadays have trouble working-out consistently. Lack of exercise combined with the rich, fattening food easily available us have made love-handles and potbellies a normal sight on the street and even on the beach.
The key to getting flatter abs is to lose as much belly fat as you can. This means focusing on losing on body fat loss by burning more calories than is consumed in a day. The only way to do this quickly is through a smart diet and calorie-busting exercises that also keep the body’s metabolic rate high.
There are numerous advantages to having well developed muscles- a sexy physique, enough strength to move the couch to look for lost coins, and a higher metabolic rate. That’s right- the more we pack-on muscle tissue, the more we’re able to keep off extra blubber.
Because muscle tissue consumes calories just by existing, the more buffed we get, the more we’re able to fight off flab. If ‘The Rock’ for example was lounging on the couch, kicking back with David Spade watching Monday Night Football, he’d be burning way more calories than the comedian- even if the latter would be the one in charge of the clicker.
Putting together a workout program that combines the calorie-busting benefits of high intensity aerobic sessions with muscle-building resistance training is the best way for people with a hectic schedule to get flatter abs. The calories burned doing hour’s worth of low to moderate intensity exercises can be done in 15-20 minutes of intense exercise.
In order to be able to be consistent with your cardiovascular exercise sessions, it’s important to pick activities that you find fun- hiking, skipping rope, boxing, etc. Better yet, you can even change to a new aerobic activity every once in a while just to break the monotony. Remember that constant exercise is the key to flatter abs.