0-6 Pack Abs – Get Ripped Abs With Tyler Bramlett’s Ab Workout System
0-6 Pack Abs Explains You’re Using The Wrong Ab Muscles In Your Workouts
The muscles that everyone knows about and wants to have on the beach are what’s called the rectus abdominus muscles. Exercises like sit-ups and crunches target specifically these muscles.
The problem with traditional ab workouts isn’t that they don’t effect the rectus abdominus because they in fact do.
Many years ago when I set out on my own journey to shrink my waist and reveal my 6 pack I fell for the myth that 1,000 crunches was all you had to do, and let me tell you, the first few times I performed this routine I was sore as can be. But I didn’t see any results from it ??
As I later found out, the problem wasn’t that my muscles weren’t being worked, the problem was that I was working the wrong muscles!
Wrong Muscles? What the heck are you supposed to do about that? Don’t worry because 0-6 Pack Abs answers that question.
There is a group of muscles buried deep within your core that surround your midsection much like a corset whose sole responsibility is to stabilize the spine and core during phases of movement.
The reason why these muscles are so important is because they are essentially the ones the give your stomach the flat appearance you desire. If these muscles aren’t active, you’ll never have the flat belly you desire no matter how many crunches you do.
Think about it like this, you probably know someone who has a relatively low body fat percentage but seems to still have that little beer gut or pouch belly even if they don’t drink beer or are constantly spending hours in the gym, right?
The reason for this is because they are NOT able to activate their deep abdominal muscles. When these muscles are turned off, you’ll be left with a protruding gut no matter how lean you get.
How can you target these deep abdominal muscles that will rapidly flatten and tone your midsection?
The authors of 0-6 Pack Abs believe the best way to target these deep core muscles and quickly tone your midsection is to use exercises that cause your core to fire as a stabilizer rather than a mover.
One simple exercise that you can do is an elbow plank on a swiss ball. When you do this, you’ll instantly feel all of your deep abdominal muscles work hard to support your body in the plank and keep your spine protected.
How about another exercise?
Alternating lying leg raises when done properly with what’s called braced abs are a great way to work your deep abdominal muscles!
Just lie down on your back with your legs together and feet towards the sky. Keep your lower back glued to the ground while you lower one leg slowly toward the ground and then alternate. This exercise will help correct any unilateral imbalance in your deep core muscles.
While these are great exercises for developing your deep core muscles, I wanted to also share with you a new ab training method from the creators of 0-6 Pack Abs that’s making even these result producing exercises obsolete.
It’s an ab training technique called a Core Activation Sequence and to be honest I only recently came across these exercises when 0-6 Pack Abs creator Tyler Bramlett through his website introduced me to their creator and co author of 0-6 Pack Abs, Dr. James Vegher.
The reality is if you want to have the greatest chances at activating your deep core muscle while slimming your waistline and developing toned or even 6 pack abs, this is the way to go!
P.S. If you want a step-by-step ab training solution that walks you by the hand through several different levels that teach you how to activate your waist slimming deep core muscles, then check out these brand new Core Activation Sequences by Dr. James Vegher featured in 0-6 Pack Abs. Click the link below to check it out.
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