Any good ab routines??

  • chris_dallas

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    Dec 07, 2011 4:26 AM GMT
    So ive ben doing the p90x ab riper x thing i found on youtube plus a few random things like planks for about 6 months now on and off at some points every other day and others one or two times a week

    my body is way to used to it now and it doesnt do much anymore....anyone have a good video of an ab workout or just a description... nothing too basic i love new ones ive never seen before p 90x was great but need something to switch it up

    thanks!
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    Dec 07, 2011 4:29 AM GMT
    Your abs don't need a new routine. They need my hands on them. icon_biggrin.gif
  • chris_dallas

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    Dec 07, 2011 4:52 AM GMT
    paulflexes saidYour abs don't need a new routine. They need my hands on them. icon_biggrin.gif


    hahaha do u have magical ab sculpting hands?icon_razz.gif lol
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    Dec 07, 2011 5:17 AM GMT
    chris_dallas said
    paulflexes saidYour abs don't need a new routine. They need my hands on them. icon_biggrin.gif


    hahaha do u have magical ab sculpting hands?icon_razz.gif lol


    no, paul has jazz hands.
  • chris_dallas

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    Dec 07, 2011 5:46 AM GMT
    AvadaKedavra said
    chris_dallas said
    paulflexes saidYour abs don't need a new routine. They need my hands on them. icon_biggrin.gif


    hahaha do u have magical ab sculpting hands?icon_razz.gif lol


    no, paul has jazz hands.


    hahha nice one lol

    sooooo i find it hard to believe tht no one on this site has s good ab routine lol some of u bitches have 12 packs lol
  • buckled

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    Dec 09, 2011 4:08 AM GMT
    I recently did the Scott Herman Core Workout... mainly lower abs / obliques..

    It was awesome.. my obliques are killing me (2nd day after) =)

  • Ironman4U

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    Dec 09, 2011 4:35 AM GMT
    Well, I can't compare to Scott Herman, but I work my core pretty hard and to have a six-pack at almost 54 years old ain't too shabby. At my gym, all the trainers give me props because I'm hardcore about my ab workouts. One is listed in my profile. That was posted a while back. I'm always looking for the hardest exercises I can find for abs and working them into my routine.

    One of the latest ones is to lie down on your back, knees bent, hands over shoulders above head holding a medicine ball. In a smooth movement you pull your arms over your head and you raise to a squatting position and then push up to a full standing position lifting the medicine ball into the air. Then repeat for a set of 10. I haven't showed it to anyone yet that has gotten it on the first try.
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    Dec 09, 2011 5:06 AM GMT
    chris_dallas said
    AvadaKedavra said
    chris_dallas said
    paulflexes saidYour abs don't need a new routine. They need my hands on them. icon_biggrin.gif


    hahaha do u have magical ab sculpting hands?icon_razz.gif lol


    no, paul has jazz hands.


    hahha nice one lol

    sooooo i find it hard to believe tht no one on this site has s good ab routine lol some of u bitches have 12 packs lol
    My coworkers drank my 12 pack.
  • chris_dallas

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    Dec 13, 2011 12:31 AM GMT
    buckled saidI recently did the Scott Herman Core Workout... mainly lower abs / obliques..

    It was awesome.. my obliques are killing me (2nd day after) =)



    o nice this looks legit thnx man!! cant wait to try it
  • chris_dallas

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    Dec 13, 2011 12:34 AM GMT
    Ironman4U saidWell, I can't compare to Scott Herman, but I work my core pretty hard and to have a six-pack at almost 54 years old ain't too shabby. At my gym, all the trainers give me props because I'm hardcore about my ab workouts. One is listed in my profile. That was posted a while back. I'm always looking for the hardest exercises I can find for abs and working them into my routine.

    One of the latest ones is to lie down on your back, knees bent, hands over shoulders above head holding a medicine ball. In a smooth movement you pull your arms over your head and you raise to a squatting position and then push up to a full standing position lifting the medicine ball into the air. Then repeat for a set of 10. I haven't showed it to anyone yet that has gotten it on the first try.


    yeah tht sounds pretty tough ill have to try it!
    ur body is super impresive for any age man keep it upicon_razz.gif