Everyone Has Abs, But Not Everyone Has A Strong Core

Once upon a time, I was obsessed with the number “50” on the weighing scale. I would run, sometimes starve, and run some more (run 5km extra if I ate junk) all to stay strong at 50kgs. I lost around 10kgs in 6 months, and was super happy with the transformation because OMG I HAVE ABS! This is also when the #bcpaseena selfies started, and next thing you know, I was obsessed with “abs” My boyfriend introduced me to the gym in April 2017, and it’s the best thing he could have ever done. I remember struggling to bench press a total of 5kgs, always wondering “why is it that I can’t find the strength to do this?” I was scared to eat carbs, scared to fuel my body because food meant “weight” 2 months, and I continued struggling. We then headed to Europe for 2 weeks where I had…

That Six Pack Is A Few Sprints Away

What if I told you it’s possible to get that six pack without doing those painful crunches? Now that I have your attention, let me give you another bit of good news. Your six pack lies just a sprint away. Wondering what I mean? Allow me to get a little technical with you. Sprints are nothing but short runs done with a high burst of energy. Sprints are a great workout for those who’re aiming to burn calories and improve their metabolism. Add to this the fact that sprinting is another step closer to the one dream everyone is working towards- a six pack toned enough to flaunt. Let’s see how – The abs consist of the rectus abdominis, obliques and transverse abdominis. Rectus abdominis : starts at the pelvis and ends at the lower chest. Obliques: these run down the sides of the stomach diagonally. Transverse abdominis is an internal…

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