Crafting a killer six-pack takes weeks, sometimes months, of hard work and dedication to your training, eating, and sleep. If you’ve been hitting the gym, maintaining a caloric deficit, and hitting all your other checkmarks but still not seeing the midsection of your dreams it’s probably because of one problem area and one area only:
The lower abs.
We understand. For whatever reason, it always seems like the hardest part to lean out is that abdominal area just below the belly button. But you can’t complete the six-pack and get that abdominal V-line by using the same exercises as before or just cranking up your cardio. You need a different approach.
Here, we focus on different training patterns and eating rules you should follow to complete the six-pack. On the latter, it’s vital you’re eating the right amount of calories. You can do crunches until the cows come home but if your gut is covered by a layer of fat (no matter how small it may be) you’re never going to impress the ladies.