how to develop a 6 pack in 1 month?

i need really good ways to develop a 6 pack, it doesn't have to necesarily be in 1 month but that would be nice. maybe possibly 2 months or something along those lines. i need good websites or copy paste from websites or your own workout routine. HELP!

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  • Mike
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    Read the recommendations below. Also, go to the book store and locate the book "Weight Training for Dummies". In chapter 15 you will find excellent information on how to perform abdominal exercises correctly. Page 218 of the book dispels all the myths surrounding abdominal training.

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  • 1 decade ago

    The six-pac is 90% diet. But even if you have minimal body-fat some people cant always achieve decent abs. Part of it has to do with genetics and another part has to do with how well the muscles are worked. Concentration exercise is a mistake. You can do 300 crunches a day and all you will take away from it is severe cramps and besides that crunches only work a fraction of that whole set of muscle and over-working a muscle group will Stop muscle growth. So minimizing body-fat through diet and adding lean Total body-muscle mass is the key.

    The waist and belly is a hot zone for fat to be carried in males so most likely you will have to achieve this lastly. Patience is necessary.

    Read the stickies.

  • 4 years ago

    Well, I don't know what shape your in now, that would help. Anyways, you need to cut out alot of salt, and fat in your diet. No fast food at all. You should plan your meals every day, turkey, chicken, fresh veggies, salads, tons of water. You would need to do lots of cardio every other day, like an hour minimum. Again, you didn't provide that much info, so I don't know where you are at now. You can use supplements like alpha- lipoic acid, green tea extract, L-Carnitine, etc.. make sure your health is already good before starting a strict regimen like this. Check with your doctor, too he can confirm your vitals and blood pressure etc & give you the go ahead.

  • 1 decade ago

    Do cardio exercises walking, running, 30-45 min. a day.

    Drink lots of water

    Buy an Abs ball the one that weighs 5 lbs.

    Drink whey or soy protein shakes

    Do crunches, reverse crunches, and side crunches with the ball.

    eat fresh fruits and veggies

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Go to the store, buy 6 cans of beer joined together with plastic.

    Hey presto! You have a 6 pack.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Most people need to lose fat around the middle to truly show off a six-pack. So, in addition to lots of abdominal exercises, you need to have lots of aerobic activity and a low fat diet.

  • 1 decade ago

    that really depends on how flabby you are now. Sit-ups, side bends, look for a work out plan online for stomach exercises.

  • 1 decade ago

    i have one, so I would know... :-)

    lift a lot of weights and don't overeat and swimming a lot helps, but 1 month might be pushing it

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    keep doin sit ups

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Chrunches, chrunches, chrunches

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