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    Crack!!!
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    Everyone has abs. If you want them to be visible you must remove the fat overlying them. This is done via having low body fat, which cannot be lost only in specific parts. Doing exercise for abs is misinformed and unrealistic marketing garbage.

    A 4 week plan would include fasting, carb cycling, and lots of LSHAW
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheyCallMeLazarus View Post
    Everyone has abs. If you want them to be visible you must remove the fat overlying them. This is done via having low body fat, which cannot be lost only in specific parts. Doing exercise for abs is misinformed and unrealistic marketing garbage.

    A 4 week plan would include fasting, carb cycling, and lots of LSHAW
    You're right on, as usual, Dr. Laz. OP: what good is a 6-pack if you haven't built an ice chest to keep it in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    what good is a 6-pack if you haven't built an ice chest to keep it in?
    Why stop at a 6-pack? The hot thing these days is to go for the keg.

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    abs are made in the kitchen but how ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juliet Wright View Post
    abs are made in the kitchen but how ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juliet Wright View Post
    abs are made in the kitchen but how ?
    I have some good recipes in my abs cookbook…
    Obese people and those desiring to lose weight should perform hard work before food. Meals should be taken after exertion and while still panting from fatigue. They should, moreover, only eat once per day and take no baths and sleep on a hard bed and walk naked as long as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TQP View Post
    What is LSHAW?
    I was reading it as "lifting some heavy-ass weight"
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    Quote Originally Posted by not on the rug View Post
    abs are made in the kitchen*
    *Assuming you lift to maintain muscle during a calorie deficit.

    You're going to have to eat very cleanly to get and keep visible abs. The normal "high fat low carb" Primal will probably not do. You're going to have to do a high protein, lower fat, low-to-moderate carb version, most likely. You're going to have to eat maintenance calorie, low fat, high protein, moderate carb during lift days to maintain muscle and eat lower calorie, lower fat, high protein, lower carb during rest days to lose body fat.

    If you don't lift heavy weights during your "cut," you will likely lose muscle mass at a similar rate to fat mass, so you'll never achieve the desired muscle definition with a calorie deficit. You'll just get skinny-fat. That's the troubling balance - to eat so well you can maintain a solid training program while on a calorie deficit. It's hard and takes dedication - which is why hardly anyone has visible abs in modern, developed socieities.
    Don't put your trust in anyone on this forum, including me. You are the key to your own success.

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