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    How To Get A Six Pack In A Week For Kids

    by Shan

    If you’re a kid wanting to get six pack abs, we’ve got good news for you. It’s a whole lot easier for kids to get six pack abs than for adults due to the fact that kids have faster metabolisms than adults, so they can burn fat a lot faster. Burning fat is extremely important when trying to get six pack abs, since even the strongest, leanest muscles won’t show through if there is a layer of fat covering them. But we’ll get to that. Read on for the easy three step program on how to get six pack abs for kids!

    3 Easy Program For kids On How To Get Six Pack Abs Quickly

     How To Get A Six Pack In A Week For Kids

    Step One – Focus On Your Diet

    The first step in getting six pack abs is to focus on your diet – and that means completely understanding how many calories you should be having, and how many you actually are having.

    The first thing you need to do is to find out your basal metabolic rate. A quick search online will give you any number of online basal metabolic rate calculators. All you will need to enter is your age, sex, height and current weight, and the calculator will tell you exactly how many calories you will need to intake to maintain your current weight.

    Doctors and health experts agree that a safe amount of weight to lose per week is around 1 lb (just less than half a kilogram). Since 1 lb is approximately equivalent to 3,500 calories, all you need to do to safely lose weight is to trim your diet so that you’re eating approximately 500 calories less than your basal metabolic rate.

    Of course, this does mean that you’ll need to know how many calories are in all of your favorite foods. There are plenty of online resources to help you, or you could purchase a pocket sized calorie counter which will help you to count calories on the go. Recent editions of the most popular brands of calorie counters also include the nutritional information for fast food restaurants, which takes all the guesswork out of eating out.

    Step Two – Cardiovascular Exercise

    Once you’ve got your diet under control, the next step to focus on is your cardiovascular exercise. It is a common misconception among kids (and even adults!) who want to achieve six pack abs that all they need to do is concentrate on their abdominal exercises. The problem with this, as mentioned above, is that you may have the most toned, lean abdominal muscles in the world – but if they’re hidden under a layer of belly fat, no one will know they’re there.

    The best advice is to do cardiovascular exercise at least three times per week. Not only will the cardiovascular exercise burn the fat on your stomach, it will increase your metabolism so that you burn fat all over your body at a higher rate.

    Cardio doesn’t have to be boring. There are so many different kinds of cardiovascular exercise that there will surely be a few things that you enjoy. Any exercise that gets your heart pumping and that you can maintain for at least twenty minutes is cardiovascular exercise, so be creative!

    And you don’t need to exercise for hour after hour in order for it to be effective. In fact, the American College of Sports Medicine recommends either three twenty minute sessions per week of high intensity exercise, or five thirty minute sessions per week of moderate intensity exercise.

    Step Three – Abdominal Exercise

    Now it’s time to look right at the problem area – your abs. The best way to achieve those six pack abs that you’re thinking of is to complete a full abdominal exercise routine two or three times per week.

    While your cardiovascular exercise will peel off the fat, your abdominal exercises will sculpt the size and shape of your abdominal muscles themselves, eventually allowing them to show through the skin of your stomach.

    When we say to complete a ‘full abdominal exercise routine’, we mean to choose five abdominal exercises (and there are so many to choose from!) and perform two sets of each exercise – ten sets in all. For each set, it is recommended that you do as many repetitions as you can before you simply can’t do another. It can also help to keep a journal of the exercises that you do and how many repetitions you can handle – this will give you something to beat next time. Make sure to rest for two minutes between sets to give your muscles a chance to recover and for you to catch your breath.

    Some of the most common and effective forms of cardiovascular exercises are sit ups, crunches and leg raises. It’s a good idea to include these in your regime, since they’re simple and proven to work.

    Before we finish, we’d like to give you a couple of extra tips for your health and safety.

    Since you’re still growing, it’s really important for you to maintain a healthy diet. We recommended above that you lose weight by dropping your basal metabolic rate by 500 calories per day. Don’t try to speed the process by reducing your calories even further, as that can be really dangerous. You’ll find that you’re lacking in energy, which will make it even harder for you to complete your exercises. Even worse, if you take it too far you could end up malnourished. Always stay healthy and let the process happen over the right amount of time. There is no point having amazing six pack abs if you’re too tired to enjoy them!

    Another important note is that you should always tell your parents or guardian before you change your diet or take on a lot of additional exercise. They may want you to speak with your doctor first, and that’s a really great idea too.

    Good luck! Achieving your six pack abs will take dedication, time and patience, but the end result will be well worth it.

    Here’s one final bonus tip: find a photo of someone who has the abs that you’d like to achieve, and put this picture where you’ll see it all the time, like in your bedroom or in the place where you’ll be doing your workouts. This way you can keep your eye on the end goal and keep yourself motivated!

     





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