Rollerblading for a six pack

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    May 18, 2008 8:50 PM GMT
    I've been Rollerblading since the age of six, yet the only time when I had 6-pack abs was a fleeting time when I was eight. Since then, not again. Is it possible to rollerblade to a six pack and have strong arms wihtout doing much else?
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    May 18, 2008 9:55 PM GMT
    the only thing rollerblading will do for your abs is keep the fat off, if you blade enough. If there is no muscle under there, then you won't gain any by blading.
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    May 19, 2008 3:03 AM GMT
    Some wise person said, "Six-packs are made in the kitchen." I don't know who said it, but it's true - it's all about diet.

    You'd surely have a strong core from all the balance required from rollerblading. Can you feel rippling abs under your tummy fat?

    I suspect that if you watch your diet a little bit and keep rollerblading you'll be dancing in the nightclubs with no shirt in no time.
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    May 19, 2008 4:21 AM GMT
    Maybe. The first time that I went to California on business, I remember driving though the parking lot of my motel, in my first rental car, looking for my room. Had to slam on the brakes because some guy on blades, wearing only short-shorts, sunglasses, and a huge purple mohawk zoomed in front of me. He was sporting an incredible 8-pack.

    He stuck his tongue out at me and zoomed away.
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    May 02, 2009 10:35 PM GMT
    From casual rollerblading, the pack and the strong arms are hard to get. If you do the City Style Free Running / Skating across the the city, you can get decent arms and a decent core. Getting cut and power rip depends on the moves you do. This style of skating is one of the most dangerous and expensive to do if you're not experience. I go through a complete set of 8 wheels or 4 depending on the wheel set up after a 2-4 City Run. Uphill / downhill dodging traffic. Then learning to take off your blades and changing outfits in less than a minute so you get ticketed. Now that's fun and a killer workout.