The Truth About Abs Pt.9
People have been trying it forever, but you can’t out-train a bad diet. Some marathoner runners may be able to get away with more than normal, but they lose plenty of muscle during training, so they have their own set of problems. Another common misconception is that if you do a bunch a cardio and crunches, that you will be able to eat whatever you want. It’s been tried over and over again, and it’s still not possible.
Everyone has abs, and if you want to see them, you have to find that diet that suits you and follow it 90-95% of the time with consistency. It’s just a fact that you can’t run from. Eating healthy makes you feel good, look good, and it results in you getting leaner over time. So, when your body fat percentage dips down towards the single digits, that’s when you begin to see your abs come in.
Plenty of people place the blame on this or that as the cause of not having abs, but in reality they are simply not lean enough because they aren’t making the right diet choices. When I ask people how they eat they usually respond with something along the lines of, “Well, I eat pretty good.” “Pretty good,” is relative. My “pretty good” and your “pretty good” could be two completely different things.
I challenge you to write it down. For three days, write down everything that you are eating and drinking. Doing so will allow you to see if what you are doing is going to yield the results that you are looking for. This alone can serve as a great indication of whether you are on the right path or not.
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