Having that hard to get six pack abs is your goal.
Here are three things you should focus on that will burn fat fast, and help you build that flat stomach you've always wanted.
And don't worry, you won't have to spend hours run for hours on end, spend all day in the gym, or kill yourself doing endless crunches.
Proper Diet While the first thing that people thing about when it comes to getting six pack abs is doing endless crunches, the truth is nothing has a greater impact than your diet.
While there is a lot of misinformation out there when it comes to dieting, you should be eating proper portions of carbs, proteins, and healthy fats.
Be sure that you are eating lots of lean proteins such as chicken and lean cuts of beef.
Your carbs should come from primarily whole wheat sources and vegetables; avoid starches as much as possible.
And of course, try to get a portion of healthy fats into your diet as well.
You can get that from avocados and fish.
Also, you should be separating your meals into 6 smaller meals each day rather than just 3 large meals.
This will keep your metabolism going and help burn additional fat.
Cardio Training It goes without saying that a good cardio workout it essential to burning fat and getting six pack abs.
The mistake that most people make is that they spend endless hours on a treadmill at a moderate pace and wonder why they never lose weight or burn fat.
The key to good cardio training is to make the sessions short and intense.
You'll burn a lot more fat by running short sprints rather than "power walking" while reading a magazine.
If you're just starting out try to do a minute of jogging or light running followed by two minutes of rest or walking.
Repeat this cycle five times, for a total of 15 minutes then increase the intensity as you get in better shape.
Strength Training Most people aren't aware that strength training is one of the best ways to burn fat and get truly ripped.
Focusing on strength training will build muscle and burn fat at a much faster rate than just by using cardio exercises alone.
Focus on compound movements body exercises such as squats, lunges, bench presses, shoulder presses, and pull ups.
Three sets of each exercise in the 8 to 12 rep range is adequate.
As with your cardio exercises, you should be exercising intensely in short periods of time.
No need to spend hours in the gym.
If you focus on maintaining a proper diet with a mix of both cardio and strength training, you'll uncover those six pack abs in no time flat.