How To Build More Visible Abs!



If you are seeking to develop a lot more How To Build More Visible Abs, after that is time to increase the strength of your abdominal exercises! Anybody can drop their bodyfat percentage to start to see abdominals. However if you desire them to actually pop-out, you need to train them like you would other muscle group in your body!

( 0:43)- Frequency- Train your abdominal muscles four times a week.
– Day 1: Rectus Abdominis.
– Day 2: Obliques.
– Day 3: Rest.
– Day 4: Repeat Day 1.
– Day 5: Repeat Day 2.

( 1:15)- Strength- Apply optimum resistance while considerably overwhelming each collection.
– 4 collections each exercise.
– 12– 15 reps each collection.
– Rest 60– 90 secs between collections/ exercises.

( 1:55)- Pick Three Workouts: The first days & Four.
( 2:45)- Abdominal muscle Pulldown.
( 3:46)- Pinhead Hanging Knee-Raise.
( 5:07)- Sphere Passes.
( 6:03)- Conditioning ball Floor Grind.
( 6:54)- Dumbbell Toe-Touch Grind.
( 7:53)- Ball Grind with Plate.

( 8:46)- Select 2 Exercises: Days Two & 5- Obliques.
( 9:02)- Woodchopper.
( 10:45)- Standing Oblique Grind.
( 12:06)- Rotating Flooring Oblique Twist w/ Weight.
( 13:02)- Standing Oblique Spin With Pinheads.
( 15:00)- Ask your concerns regarding your abdominal routine below!

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  1. 12:12 A heads up on the *Floor Oblique Twist* for everybody. Take it from
    me and *don’t try to overdo it.* (like doing 3~4 extra *sets* )
    I had my sciatic nerve pinched a few weeks ago on my right side of the
    gluteus maximus. When I woke up, second day after the workout, I was
    completely “wooden” from my waist to my toes. Getting out of bed was quite
    a chore as every movement would trigger jets of pains from the butt cheek,
    down the legs. It had gotten better after a few weeks, but somehow, this
    morning, it’s gone right back to square one, so this can really
    decommission your workout if you don’t watch yourself! Now I’m sniffing out
    sites and videos on sciatic nerve pain relief, before going back to these,
    full time again. ;)

    1. +Hachem Shahrour
      It happened back in April/May and even now, in mid. October I can feel a
      tension from my hip and down my leg (not constant, but even just after a
      light strain). It got really bad again, back in September, after a casual
      exercise, where after I finally decided to seek medical attention and have
      it checked out. I got some pills to cure internal inflammation and reduce
      pain, even though I wasn’t in severe pain. I was advised to take a break,
      while I went through the pack of pills, 3 a day and when I’d start
      exercising again, I would need to tone it down to absolutely minimum;
      walking/slow jogging tempo on the treadmill, no added weight on any of *these
      exercises,* while I rebuild my muscle structure (which is fairly lacking
      now, with half a year of healing/taking it slow) in case it was a fiber
      tear or anything like that, slowly rebuilding and healing the damaged area.
      I exercised yesterday and have been doing so for a couple of weeks now, in
      a very low tempo. I do believe I’m starting to get better, but it’s going
      to be really sad, if I finally feel ready to slowly, gradually turn up the
      speed of my running and weights on my lifting, only to find out the damage
      is still there and gets triggered if I so much as get near my usual workout
      load, which in my opinion is a pretty fair load, as I’m not trying
      body-building, but mainly focus on general health and fitness.

      Thank you! Be sure to take care and watch yourself while working out.

    2. wow, know what is better though than the part of your body that affects?
      your dedication and mindset.thanks for the heads up though, im thankful.

    3. Thanks for the heads up. Even though I liked this routine, that was my
      least favorite workout. Really hurt where my leg connects to my pelvis.

    1. Scott is a Bostonian – he used to be conscious of his accent probably to
      grow his channel, but now he definitely let’s his inner accent shine: the
      absence of R’s. Jeff’s accent I thought was New York, no? It doesn’t sound
      quite Bostonian, but it is similar…

  2. hello Mr.Scott
    please give me some advice/help….when ever i do abs workout my abs muscle
    get harder and i couldn’t`t breath,i felt like muscle lock..heavy tension
    in middle of my abs…i have to breath slowly and rest for a while to easy
    why I am getting this and how i over come this issue please help me.
    its happens after just 1 set…

    1. try lowering the sets and the reps
      it seems that you’re not yet used to this type of workouts
      I suggest starting from low to prime
      hope this helps

    2. +JeffDKilla Gaming yes you were right , I’m not so used to abs workout, I
      was doing 20-25 reps in a set.. As u suggest iWork lower the set… Let’s
      see how goes… Thankyou , very helpful

  3. Didn’t watch the full vid, but how do I get the line down the center? Mine
    are toned, but I want to get the line in the middle.

  4. would you suggest doing work outs 6 days a week with 1 rest day? with 1
    muscle group per day or is it okay to do for instance day day 1=chest,
    shoulder, tricep, abs
    day 2= bicep, back, abs
    day 3= legs?

    but do it every 2 days?

    1. Caped Baldy I don’t bother bulk and cut. I think it is old school. I just
      reduce my calories when I can’t get to the gym regularly (because I’m a
      working adult and am not in college anymore with the luxury of time to
      workout every day) and naturally lean out and eat more when I’m able to
      workout to support muscle gain. I look pretty good.

  5. Thanks so much Scott! I’ve been performing this exercises combine with a
    low carb diet for the past 6 months, it only took like 15 min at the end of
    my workouts and now I´ve develop a complete six pack. TOTALLY RECOMMENDED!!

    1. +Direndran Kirsten High rep low weight exercises to pump as much blood to
      the muscle as possible, this will expand the veins and make them pop out.
      Low bodyfat is also important.


    Why settle for flat abs when you can really make them POP?!

  7. What if i did abs twice per week?
    And will this exercise help, doing 20 sit ups, then going 1 minute plank,
    and doing 3 sets, with no rest?

  8. hiiii sir im 19 year old i have gap in between my two chests its looking
    ugly even going to gym doesn’t change what can i do sir plzzz

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