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Abs you want? Abs you will have. -On the way for us to finally get your abs visible, we've got to work on: 1) Reducing your fat level 2) Strengthen, shaping & firming the abdomen. Number☝🏻 I've received a surprisingly high amount of messages, asking how to burn belly fat. The truth is, you can't do that. Yes, some people put on more fat on the belly than others, but that has to do with DNA and hormone unbalance (estrogen level most likely too high). To reduce the belly fat, you must reduce ALL body fat, and the belly fat comes with it. And the only way to get there: Discipline. Setting a goal and stick to it. And for sure,get professional help if you don't know (yes, I can help you with that)🙋🏼‍♀️ -For number✌🏻Let's rock🥳🤜🏻🤛🏻 1️⃣Rope crunches are really good to start with. Many people can do 30-50 reps doing normal crunches, but to start heavy and less reps (10-15), we can add weight here. Note how short the movement is. That's because we are using the abs here, and not the hip flexors, which will be the case if the movement continues further down. 2️⃣Find the inclination that works for you. Maybe even start on a flat bench. Breath out when you lift up, and flex as hard as you can with lungs completely empty at top position. Breath in as you return. 8-12 reps. 3️⃣V-ups: Bent legs will make it a bit easier, straight legs a bit tougher. Use your hands for stabalization. No hands at all will also train your balance, but without stabilization I personally feel it's difficult to keep the focus on the abs. But maybe that's just me. 4️⃣1000 crunches per day is a goal for many, but I would call it pretty much a waste of time. It's better to focus on heavy exercises a couple of times per week, then finish off with these. Crunches can also be done heavy, by stabilizing your feet and add a weight on the chest. In that case, the movement would be very similar to the first exercise with the rope. Observe here how short movements there are in a correctly executed crunch. About those obliques: In every ab exercise you will train the obliques too.It's important to keep them firm, but I am no fan of building them... send me a DM and I’ll tell you why💁🏼‍♀️
I'm only human... -THIS has been my weight journey. I've been on both sides🙋🏼‍♀️ 1️⃣Skinny as a child. 2️⃣Anorexic built as a teenager (87 lbs/39 kg) I did NOT have anorexia, the lack of food was for other reasons: see the documentary on YooToobe if you wanna know why, or read my book💁🏼‍♀️ 3️⃣2009 (April): Much better, but still very skinny. Here on my second date with @jimmy_lewin. He wasn’t even my boyfriend here. 4️⃣2009 (July): No limits on pizza and pasta in beautiful Sardinia, Italy. I gained an impressing 23 lbs in 3 months. This is THE picture than made me say to myself: I can't go on like this. Not bad though, but but I didn’t like how I had transformed. And my mother didn’t recognize me at the airport... 5️⃣2010: Back to a comfortable weight when we got married in April. However, I was training legs 3 days per week. You cannot see it here, but my legs got MASSIVE! 6️⃣Loved training legs, and the symmetry wasn't priority. I didn't see what everyone else saw. I wanted more legs! More! Sometimes in this period I could be depressed, because I felt my legs were too small. The human brain is quite a mystery. 7️⃣2016-2020: Lost some muscle due to a knee injury, combined with diagnosed arthritis which I am still recovering from. But it goes well. Thank you all for your patience this year❤️The pain has been unbearable. But I'm back, here to help YOU reach YOUR goals. THAT’s my mission. That’s my duty. 💪🏻 Thank you for reading all the way to here, I love you all and thank YOU so much for motivating me as you maybe without having any idea about it. I am so blessed. 🙏🏻 I have NO interest in making 2020 MY year. Let’s make it OUR year. 👊🏻 -Are you with me?🥰