What would you do for a six pack?

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    Oct 25, 2010 5:52 AM GMT
    Ricovelas said
    snowboarder saidthis is confusing,ill wait for the video lol


    Damn man. See next time we talk we're going to talk about you being naive. icon_razz.gif


    I feel like I missed something important lol
    I wasnt saying i wanted to have a video about the abs cream but about the abs routine that JJwalker was talking about...am I not getting something lol
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    Oct 25, 2010 6:56 AM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidI see, so it is like an isometric hold.


    Exactly. Its based in Gymnastics curriculum; to maximize the strength in the core. Specifically the lower abdominal and lower back. Without sacrificing flexibility and range of motion.
    If you look at a gymnast's body, they are extremely ripped, and very very strong, but do not tend to be bulky like body builders. They are comparatively very lean and toned. Thats because the events they do are concentrated around hitting stiff rigid body positions, and holding them. Which you use isometric holds to build muscles in these key joint angles.

    My workouts are primarily based in Isometrics. Because I snowboard, wakeboard, etc, I cannot sacrifice flexibility and range of motion when building muscle. Otherwise I might not be able to hit certain grabs or holds, which i might not be able to do if i only trained in dynamic workouts.

    I dunno, does that make sense?
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    Oct 28, 2010 8:49 AM GMT
    sooooo.................i guess i was thinking about a different type of six pack..........nevermind.
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    Oct 28, 2010 9:21 AM GMT
    JJWalker said
    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidI see, so it is like an isometric hold.


    Exactly. Its based in Gymnastics curriculum; to maximize the strength in the core. Specifically the lower abdominal and lower back. Without sacrificing flexibility and range of motion.
    If you look at a gymnast's body, they are extremely ripped, and very very strong, but do not tend to be bulky like body builders. They are comparatively very lean and toned. Thats because the events they do are concentrated around hitting stiff rigid body positions, and holding them. Which you use isometric holds to build muscles in these key joint angles.


    This movement is basically the 100 from pilates (the exact movement is also found in the double leg stretch, though you donĀ“t hold it in pilates)
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    Oct 29, 2010 5:56 PM GMT
    JJWalker? Do you have a link?
    snowboarder said
    Ricovelas said
    snowboarder saidthis is confusing,ill wait for the video lol


    Damn man. See next time we talk we're going to talk about you being naive. icon_razz.gif


    I feel like I missed something important lol
    I wasnt saying i wanted to have a video about the abs cream but about the abs routine that JJwalker was talking about...am I not getting something lol
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    Oct 29, 2010 5:59 PM GMT
    Damn:
    stefanpinto41.jpgStefan Pinto
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    Oct 29, 2010 6:03 PM GMT
    Bud or Miller?????...it depends...
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    Oct 29, 2010 6:06 PM GMT
    ohhh so that's why i cant get no abs icon_sad.gif
    so what diet will do?
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    Apr 27, 2011 1:56 AM GMT
    Well, looks like my favorite overweight, weight loss, Playgirl centerfold guru put out a book for the iPhone! Fat-to-Fit.

    GavinStarSpeak saidCheck this out on Gawker.com His name is Stefan Pinto and he uses this ab cream. What I like is that he's not afraid to say that it only works if you already have abs!