If your goal is to get ripped abs, then you have to know what to do. Just going to the gym and doing sit-ups and crunches is not enough, no matter how hard you try. You do not have to do a 1000 sit-ups a day or spend hours in the gym to get ripped abs.
A lot of people don´t know that when you are lifting heavy during your squats, lunges, deadlifts, and the bench press, you will be using the ab muscles to a great degree. The ab muscles are involved in every weight lifting exercise you do, so ensure proper form is being utilized during all workout sessions.
Another big factor is of course body fat. If your body fat level is high, then nobody will see your abs. If you want your abs to see the light of day, then you need approach single digits, or close to it. You can get rid of fat by burning calories.
Weight training is a great way to speed up your metabolic rate, which in turn will burn calories. You burn more calories with squats and deadlifts, simple becuase more muscle is in work. If you do bicep curls, then much less muscle mass is working.
How should my ripped abs workout look like?
That is a good question, finally someone asked it. Like I pointed out earlier the more muscle is workig the more calories you burn. Create a weight lifting routine so that only core, compound lifts are included. This would be movements such as squats, lunges, deadlifts, bent over rows, shoulder presses, and the bench press. That way you will work your body much better. Correct training with a proper diet will burn body fat and if you are doing everything the way you are suppose to, then you end up with really ripped abs.
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