According to the American Council on Exercise (ACE), you’ll need to lower your body fat to about 14 to 20 percent for women and 6 to 13 percent for men in order to develop a six-pack. On a scale used by ACE, this is known as the “athletes” category.
Even then, some people don’t have the genetic makeup necessary for six-pack abs. That’s because they may have thicker skin and tissue surrounding the rectus abdominis, making it harder for ripped abs to show.
Getting a 6 pack is not impossible, exercise is useless without the right type of diet. High protein is needed for muscle growth and repair. Watch what you eat and train the right way to reach your goals.
Exercise increases the rate at which the body burn calories. This, in combination with the correct diet, will lead to greater definition and the ability to build a six-pack.
High intensity interval exercises increase testosterone and produce growth hormone, which both help the development of well defined muscle.
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