5 ABS, HELP?!

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    Nov 06, 2010 1:24 PM GMT
    My boyfriend recently pointed out that i actually have 5 abs and not 6 [asshole] so i'd like to work on this.

    I know a lot of exercises for lower ab definition but how do i define the middle of the abs - that line [i have no idea what it's called, please educate here]?

    I don't want to be called '5 ab' next year so please help me here guys!

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    Nov 06, 2010 5:05 PM GMT
    For the most part you will find that some people's Abs has to do with genetics, different size, shapes and forms, Ab muscles are pretty much like any other muscle, they respond well with heavy weights and repetitions.... i used to have the same issue, but started doing weighted crunches on the ground, also on Air balls, they finally came out, also diet is always key too icon_smile.gif
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    Nov 06, 2010 5:21 PM GMT
    y'ain't growing a new one, some people have an asymmetrical rectus abdominis.
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    Nov 06, 2010 7:13 PM GMT
    Volconox saidMy boyfriend recently pointed out that i actually have 5 abs and not 6 [asshole] so i'd like to work on this.

    I know a lot of exercises for lower ab definition but how do i define the middle of the abs - that line [i have no idea what it's called, please educate here]?

    I don't want to be called '5 ab' next year so please help me here guys!

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    You have more important things to worry about. Some folks are asymmetrical. There's nothing you can do about it. It's a congenital defect.
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    Nov 06, 2010 7:22 PM GMT
    Ciarsolo saidy'ain't growing a new one, some people have an asymmetrical rectus abdominis.
    ^^^that
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    Nov 06, 2010 7:36 PM GMT
    hmm

    I'm aware that it has a lot to with genetics but thank you 'Agamemnon' for dropping useful exercises!

    I want to work on new exercises to garner something closer to what i have in mind. I don't want to ask for my bf's sympathy -' yeah, actually some people have an asymmetrical rectus abdominis' - that's not going to cut it!

    Thank you gentlemen!

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