Here is What It Takes To Get 6-Pack Abs

What It Takes To Develop Six Pack Abs?


There’s a high chance that you have developed your abs but they are hidden underneath that layer of belly fat. Like you, there are several thousand individuals who struggle to get six pack abs using different methods. Even though there aren’t any clear right or wrong ways of developing them, surely you can incorporate some ways that prove to be much more productive.


In this article, I’ve tried to explain what it really takes to get a shredded pack of abs.

How to Get Six Pack Abs

The simple and straightforward formula is:

  • Reduced body fat
  • Enlarged abdominal muscles
  • 6-Packs – Hurray!

Seems easy huh…?

Unless you reduce the body fat, you won’t be able to notice your abs.


Now, let us take an example of two persons, say ‘A’ and ‘B’. Person A has no abs while B has. The main difference would be:

Person A has:

  • Large visceral fat
  • Subcutaneous fat
  • Abdominal muscles
  • Water
  • Skin

Person B has:

  • Too less visceral fat
  • No subcutaneous fat
  • Abdominal muscles
  • Water
  • Skin


The reason as to why person B has abs is the lower fat percentage; he holds less water and has large ab muscles. And even though person B tries hard to work on his abs, he’ll never see them because of the fat layer on top.

What’s Visceral Fat?

It’s basically the fat that surrounds your organs and often causes beer gut. Much worse, you have to put in a lot of efforts in order to lose it and it can lead to chronic health conditions like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and increased blood pressure.


What is Subcutaneous Fat?

This is the fat that builds up right underneath your skin and you can pinch or grab it. However, it has less impact on your health and is pretty easier to lose as compared to the visceral fat.

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