How to Get Ripped Abs (AB WORKOUT & NUTRITION!)

How to Get Ripped Abs (AB WORKOUT & NUTRITION!)

November 3, 2019 100 By William Morgan


What’s up, guys? Jeff Cavaliere, ATHLEANX.COM.
So, today we’re going to talk about how to
get Ripped Abs, and no discussion on this
topic should start without talking about nutrition.
And I know that nutrition is one of the biggest
stumbling blocks for anybody that’s trying
to get rid of fat, change the way their body
looks.
But it doesn’t have to be because if we simplify
nutrition, it becomes that much more easy
for us to follow over the long haul, and that’s
the key.
Don’t adopt short-term principles and practices
that allow you to maybe get through a day
or two or three, depriving yourself of things
that you know you either want or need long
term
when you could take a more sensible approach,
a little bit easier approach, that you can
adopt and say, ‘Hey, I can do this not just
for the next week but forever.’
That’s when nutrition becomes very, very easy,
and it almost becomes automatic. My whole
ATHLEANX Training System, the goal of it is
to make you feel as if
nutrition is automatic. I’ve been eating very
much in a similar way now for the last 20
years and have had no issues. And that’s why
I come up here 365 days a year for you guy,
and
stay in the same lean, ripped condition because
I’ve found a way to make eating very simple.
And I share that same thing with you in the
ATHLEANX System.
When it comes to training and abs in particular,
you can’t just do ab training if you’re trying
to get your abs to show.
Utilize the break in between exercises to
a little bit extra of what you know you might
need which is a little bit more conditioning
work. So I want to show you.
I’m out of breathe because I just went through
exactly what I’m going to show you now which
is
a full workout incorporating 4 different ab
exercises, 4 different conditioning exercises,
and I show you ones that we use with a jump
rope. For me, pound for pound, ounce for ounce,
minute for minute, one of the best conditioning
exercises that you can do
for the most bang for your buck is a jump
rope. If you don’t have the coordination or
skill to be able to do that, then maybe substitute
something else. Sprint outside if you can.
Sprint on a treadmill. Jog in place. Go High
Knees as hard as you can in place. As long
as you put the effort into what you’re doing,
you’re going to see results.
So, that being said, let me show you the exact
routine. Again, pair up your abdominal work
with a conditioning exercise, one to one,
back and forth, and go through these things
many cycles at a time, and I guarantee you,
you’re not just going to get better looking
abs, but you’re going to shred that fat away
much quicker.
So there you go guys. There’s an example of
how we do it here at ATHLEANX. Remember, train
like an athlete always so you can look like
an athlete.
And we don’t want to let opportunities go
to waste like we have right here in our ab
workouts when we have the chance to start
doing some other things,
additional things, while we’re supposed to
be resting to give our bodies a much better
chance to reach our goals that much faster.
If you found this video helpful, make sure
you leave your comments and thumb’s up below.
Let me know what else that you want to see.
And guys, talking about abs, our Ultimate
Abs Program, which was only available for
a short period of time when we originally
lost our Ultimate Arms Program
is now available, but again, not forever.
As a matter of fact, this is only going to
last until the end of this week. Right now,
when we’re filming it here, you’ll see the
date we’re filming it
And it’s only going to be available until
the end of this week. So, if you want to get
your Ultimate Abs Program, 6 Weeks of our
Ultimate Ab Workouts,
to go along with your Ultimate Arms Program,
head over to ATHLEANX.COM and do that right
now. Again, guys, I hope you found this workout
helpful.
Try it. It’s going to be much more effective
than maybe just sitting down on the ground
and banging out of a few reps of your ab exercises.
Alright, I’ll see you guys back here again
soon.