An ab workout by itself will not create fat loss because an ab workout will not provide enough of a metabolic response in your body. Most people are trying to lose belly fat with this method and when they do not succeed they just quit and do not understand why they still have belly fat and not the flat six pack abs.
If you want to lose your belly fat then you need to add full body exercises to your ab workout routine. Here is a list of some full body exercises you can do:
4. Clean & press
7. Presses and pulls
8. Mountain Climbers
When you are working out these full body exercises will take up the majority your workout. Combine this full body exercises into a great workout and you will maximize your metabolism which is a very important factor in losing fat.
You will still be doing your ab exercises but for a lesser amount of time. You see the full body exercises will generate more metabolic changes in your body and you also will be indirectly working your entire core even though you are not directly targeting your abs.
Even if you do add the full body exercises to your ab workout, you still must remember the most important thing if you want to lose your belly fat and have a flat stomach is nutrition. If you eat junk food, then no matter how much or how hard you workout you will still have belly fat.
So get to the gym and start combining full body exercises to your ab routine and make sure you are eating a healthy diet. By doing these things you will have your six pack abs.
Before starting your full body exercises, please see a professional trainer at your gym to ensure proper technique for each exercise and to avoid injury.
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