From what I know, quite a few people consider the lower abs as the most difficult abdominal muscles to develop. As you already know developing a lean ripped core section requires a lot of effort, enthusiasm and of course a lot of patience. The biggest issue for most people is when it comes down to lose those last few pounds that tend to stick around no matter how hard you work out.
The fat layer often found to cover the lower abs is often the most stubborn and exercise-resistant area of your body. That fat layer is hard to get rid of for sure. Hopefully you are not so desperate like some people are. Definitely stay away from diet pills and diet drugs. Forget about liposuction in case you have considered it as an option. Only hard workout and a proper fitness and diet plan will bring the results you are looking for. You do not even have to do a crazy diet, just be considerate with what you eat and drink. Don’t over eat, too.
Before you start a regular training routine with the target to train your lower abs, you have to accept that there is no specific way to target the different fat layers on your body. Your body decides where it will burn fat. You have to be persistent once you see fat disappearing in areas you did not have on the radar just yet. Your lower ab muscles will still be trained and developed, however they might not necessarily show right away. Just accept things as they are and keeping working out.
Here are 2 recommended lower ab exercises that should work great for you to develop a great looking six pack.
Hanging Leg Raises: Hang from a pull-up bar with your legs straight down. Now raise your legs by bringing your knees up toward your chest. Stop when they are even with your waist. Don’t over-do the speed for this exercise. It’s now how fast you finish this exercise, but how often you can repeat it.
Roman Chair Leg Raises: Position yourself on a Roman chair bench. Place the forearms on the pads and hangs gripping the handles. While keeping your upper body still and against the pad, lift your knees towards your chest. Hold for 1-2 seconds at the top, and then slowly lower the legs back to the starting position. Repeat.
With both exercises it is important that you repeat them several times per training session and of course do them again when ever you work out.
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