Getting A Lean, Flat Stomach After 40 Is Easily Achievable... If You Know What To Do

Discover the scientifically proven method that helps burn-off stubborn middle-age stomach fat, so you can get lean, defined abs... even after 40

Shin Ohtake
Shin Ohtake

Creator of Max Workouts

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We all want great abs. In fact, “abs” consistently rank as the number one body part people are most attracted to AND want to improve most about themselves. So, why is it so hard to trim down and tone up your mid-section?

I’m going to set the record straight and give you the TRUTH about abs so you can reveal the lean, defined abs …that we all have… hiding underneath that stubborn layer of belly fat.

First, let me ask you a question: have you been doing countless sit-ups, crunches and side bends hoping to flatten your stomach, but you haven’t noticed a bit of difference whatsoever?

Heck, maybe you’ve even resorted to trying out those “As Seen on TV” ab gadgets you saw on late night informercials, just to see if anything would make a difference.

No need to be ashamed… I’ve made the same mistakes myself.  I struggled for years before I finally figured out the truth about getting lean, defined abs.

Here’s the thing about ab exercises that’s so misleading…

When you do ab-targeted exercises like sit-ups, side bends and twists it does “work” your ab muscles, and that’s why it gets sore.

But it’s NOT helping to get leaner abs.  In fact, doing ab-targeted exercises can actually make your waist wider and thicker, which only makes you look bloated and shapeless.

So if you’ve crunching away thinking it’s only a matter of time before you’ll be looking beach ready with your rock-solid core… stop it.  It’s only making things worse.

Here’s the TRUTH…

Most people think that abs are made to crunch, twist, and bend, but in reality it’s the complete opposite.

The role of your ab muscles is to prevent your mid-section from crunching, twisting, and bending.  Yep… you heard it right, your abs are a stabilizing force designed to resist movement in order to protect your spine.

So even though you “feel the burn” when you do ab targeted exercises, all you’re really doing is making your mid-section thicker and putting unnecessary pressure on your spine, causing much more harm than good.

The bottom line: Ab-targeted exercises will NOT burn off belly flab OR strengthen your abs.  Instead, they’ll make you have a thicker, shapeless mid-section, while also making you more prone to back injuries.

So then how the heck do you get ripped abs?

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