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by admin on October 13, 2011

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What Is a Cable Rope Crunch? It’s one of the good ab exercises.

The cable crunch is one of the good ab exercises for your body. It is done on the cable machine, where you could do plenty of exercises. Cable crunch concentrates on your abdominal muscles, but it targets obliques too. You need a rope attachment and the cable machine.

When you are a beginner, you can add a little more weight, but you have to be careful that you are using a proper technique.

The Technique To Perform Cable Rope Crunch:

Grasp the rope with both hands at the cable station. Go to your knees, but have about one feet distance between you and the cable machine. Your hands should be at the top of your head. Now, press your body to the ground by hunching your back and curling your upper body/chest.

So remember, go slowly, and the key is to curl your upper body, not just pulling the rope. Stop, when your elbows come near the knees. Hold for few seconds then go slowly to the starting position. If you are a beginner, you could stand closer to the cable machine, or you could use lighter weight.

Why You Should Do The Cable Rope Crunch?

    • It targets your upper and lower abs, obliques.
    • You can adjust the weight and the distance.
    • It’s very simple to learn.

Why You Shouldn’t Do The Cable Rope Crunch?

    • You can’t do it at home.

Conclusion: One Of The Good Ab Exercises

This exercise is very simple to master, but it requires going to the gym, and the rope attachment. It’s really a good ab exercise, but I’m not personally using it because there are better ones.

Killer Ab Workout – The Front Squat, Yes Or No

by admin on November 15, 2011

What Is A Front Squat? Is It Really A Killer Ab Workout?

The front squat is a variation of the regular squat where you hold your barbell in front of you, on your shoulders. Many people know about regular squats and machine squats on the Smith machine, but few are doing this killer ab workout -front squats.

You are not just targeting your quads and back. You’re targeting your abs. The truth is that everybody is doing the regular squat because it’s easier to do, but you’re in the gym to lose weight and/or gain muscle.

So why not do the extra workout on your abs with the just slightly variation of the regular squat.

The Technique To Perform The Front Squat:

You are resting your bar at the collar bone area, and then cross your arms. You should pay attention that your elbows are elevated trough the exercise. Don’t lower your elbows when you are performing! It takes some time to get used to have a bar at your neck. However, when you do, you’ll never do a regular squat again. I have to suggest that you use a towel, and wrap it around the bar if you are feeling strange performing. You’ll see that after some time you’ll be able to walk around with that barbell on your neck.

Why You Should Do Front Squats?

    • It’s targeting your quads, back and ABS.
    • It’s much effective than the regular squat.
    • You don’t have to isolate abs.

Why You Shouldn’t Do Front Squats?

    • It’s not that easy as the regular squat.
    • It takes some time to get used to it.

Conclusion: Killer Ab Workout

I would always recommend the front squat over the regular squat! However, if you’re new to the gym, you should conquer the regular squat first…

Cardio In The Morning, Yes Or No?

by admin on October 28, 2011

Should you do cardio in the morning?

Let see..

What Is Cardio In The Morning?

It’s when you wake up and on an empty stomach, you go running, outdoor or on a treadmill. It should take you around 30-45 minutes 2-3 times per week. As you have no carb in your stomach that means that you start to lose fat instead.

So, you lose fat, but you could lose a little of muscle as well because your body is in the catabolic state after not eating all night for about eight hours. If you don’t eat in the morning, then your body starts to pump cortisol, which is a stress hormone, and it decreases your muscle tissue.

The good side is that by doing cardio in the morning, you completely wake up, and you don’t need stimulans like coffee. It is good for your heart and cardiovascular system. It will bring your temperature level up, and you’ll be ready for your day without feeling sleepy. However, the truth is that you could make that same effect with any other exercises by doing it in the morning.

Benefits Of Cardio In The Morning:

    • It helps you lose fat cells.
    • It wakes you up.
    • It’s good for your hearth and lungs.

Negative Sides Of Cardio In The Morning:

    • Your body is in the catabolic state
    • You could lose a certain amount of muscle if you exceed 45 minutes per workout.
    • You won’t take 20 g of protein immediately after you wake up
    • There are far better exercises for weight loss


I think that you shouldn’t do cardio in the morning because it’s very time-consuming for the results that provides.

Instead, You should DO:

You could easily do a variation of compound exercises in less time (30 minutes) for much better weight loss results. Just eating minimum 20 grams of protein in the morning it’s better than go out and doing cardio on an empty stomach.