6 pack - What worked out for you?

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peac3

Apple Eng

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Just an another engineer. Hoping to find a few friends here :)
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I am just trying to push my limits to see how far I can go physically and mentally in achieving it.

I feel I will get fit over the process that may boost my self confidence and improve my endurance to pain.

I will start going to gym in a month but till then I try Athelen X by Jeff's app to train on 6 pack promise at home like a 5-10 mins a day. But I will increase the intensity gradually.

I watch my food but I don't eat a lot. What should I avoid eating? What should I be eating? I don't eat pork, beef or sea food other than fish.

Is eating protein bars okay?

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TOP 22 Comments
  • OCC qCnw83
    TC or no six pack
    5d 1
  • Microsoft / Eng khoka
    I found it harder to maintain it than getting it.
    5d 4
    • Apple / Eng
      peac3

      Apple Eng

      BIO
      Just an another engineer. Hoping to find a few friends here :)
      peac3more
      OP
      What was stopping you?
      5d
    • Microsoft / Eng khoka
      Too much routine, too much focus on eating and too much discipline. Kinda stopped enjoying life for the shirtless look alone
      5d
    • Apple / Eng
      peac3

      Apple Eng

      BIO
      Just an another engineer. Hoping to find a few friends here :)
      peac3more
      OP
      Got it!
      5d
    • Microsoft / Eng khoka
      If I was in the need for it, like if I was an actor, I can understand, or if I am in a physically intensive career like the Marines then too I understand.

      Also, once you are in a relationship, you tend to relax a bit, and most folks I know can't keep up the routine
      5d
  • SAP PXkM70
    H/BW/YoE or GTFO
    5d 3
    • Apple / Eng
      peac3

      Apple Eng

      BIO
      Just an another engineer. Hoping to find a few friends here :)
      peac3more
      OP
      lol it's about wellness not a career!
      5d
    • SAP PXkM70
      Height?
      Body weight?
      Years spent in the gym?
      5d
    • New / Property Dev Malta7
      6'0"
      180 lbs
      On and off relationship. I've bounced between 180-220lbs. I know that is a huge difference. It's gone up and back down several times.

      When I'm in shape I'm meal prepping, intermittent fasting, and swimming a quarter - half mile daily. Depends on what's going on with my life.
      4d
  • Salesforce brHq56
    You sound like a fitness beginner, is that the case? Jeff is great, but it looks like his program is pertaining to building ab muscles. Keep in mind that getting a six pack has much less to do with building muscle mass in your mid section and more to do with getting to really low body fat percentage. You are better off working out your whole body and building muscle overall to create a physique than focus on just abs for a whole month.
    1. Abs are about low body fat first
    2. Abs on a skinny body does not look good.
    3. You will find that the journey to build a 6 pack turns out to be a holistic journey of the entire body. The 6 pack will arise from the burnt ashes of your body fat when you are truly ready.
    5d 2
    • Microsoft / Eng khoka
      This is so true
      4d
    • This is the best and the most sound advice.
      4d
  • Lyft yft
    Eat nothing. Next best thing is eating less. Eat a lot of low cal food to feel full. Water, coffee, non starchy veggies. Continue for 6 months.
    Don't drink beyond a couple a week. No unnecessary sugar. Don't spike your blood sugar for that stuff. Stay full.
    5d 1
    • Lyft yft
      Also lots (90 min sessions or more) of cardio while eating nothing. Train for half marathon or full if you are already in shape, bike instead if you hate running
      5d
  • Capital One needsafety
    TC worked for me
    4d 0
  • Going to Safeway and looking down the beer aisle. Works like a charm. Might even find an 8 pack of beer on rare occasions
    4d 0
  • Bayer / Other Bouillon
    Everybody has a six pack, most is buried in fat and water. You take care of the fat, and the rest is dehydration.
    4d 0
  • Lockheed Martin bakery
    I just started running everyday. I do 2-3 miles 7 days a week, and have for the last 5 years or so. It was a drag at first but now it’s really my favorite part of my day. I didn’t make significant changes to my diet, but my diet was pretty healthy to begin with.
    4d 0
  • New HXwF46
    Just eat keto, and cut body fat you lose weight from top down and bottom up so getting the midsection exposed takes time.
    5d 0

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