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    ABS

    What are some killer exercises for abs.
    More specifically, ones that strengthen them.
    I'm not looking for anyones that are too look better, just much stronger ones, so I can take stronger blows.
    And I searched so don't bitch at me for this.
    I need much stronger abs then what I got.
    And I know about sit ups.

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    Cast a spell.

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    Do the ab section of the workouts.

    In fact, do the entire workouts.

    Other than that...swim. I just started swimming a lot, and my abs are already getting more defined. Swim the butterfly if you can, that uses the abs the most.
    sudo make me a sandwich!

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    Buy an ab lounge.

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    V-ups, vaccuums, jackknives, weighted situps, hanging leg raises, leg lifts, bicycles, and twisting situps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keinhaar
    Cast a spell.
    I want to cast Magic Missle.

    What? There's nothing to attack?

    Umm, I'm attacking the darkness.


    Progressive overload. It's the same as any other exercise in which you want to get stronger. You need to add resistance whether it be an incline, weight or both. This is the only way you're going to get stronger. Doing 384723894234 crunches, situps, or anything else you can think of isn't going to help you get a stronger core. Only progressively overloading it will.

    My abdomination routine is 8x3 Plate Loaded Crunches 1-3 starting weight, 4-6 more weight, 7 more than that, 8 1rm.
    3x10 Up and Outs
    3x10 Full Incline situps w/ weight
    8x3 Oblique pulls on the Cables.

    This takes me about an hour as I give my self sufficient rest in between sets and exercises. I'm trying to avoid any use of the Oxidative cycle as I'm gaining mass atm.

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    This takes me about an hour as I give my self sufficient rest in between sets and exercises. I'm trying to avoid any use of the Oxidative cycle as I'm gaining mass atm.
    Sigh.

    Kein, what to do...what to do. He has enthusiasm and potential....but that crooked path....

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    My abdomination routine...

    Should I reveal the secret of "arm"ageddon?

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    Haha. Sorry, I was bored and decided to make a name for Abdominal day in my training journal.

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