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If I Do 50 Crunches Every Night Will I See A Difference?

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Fifty crunches a night is an idea that will occur to many people at some point in their lives. Whether you’re thinking of doing 50 crunches, 50 sit-ups, 50 leg raises, or even 50 knee-high squats. Working on your abs a little bit consistently every night is actually not going to get you very results.

First you need to understand what you actually want to do. What’s your ultimate goal with all those crunches? Do you want to burn the fat from your midsection? Or do you just want toned, ripped abs? Or maybe it’s both, yes?

Well, if you really want to burn the fat from your belly then you will have very little success if you focus on ab exercises. You need to adapt a healthy diet and exercise program. This should definitely include some form of cardiovascular routine and 2 or 3 days of strength training per week.

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The fat around your midsection isn’t there because you have weak abs. You could do crunches every day until the laugh hurts, and all you’re doing is making your abs bigger. You don’t burn much fat at all.

Start doing fat burning cardiovascular exercises and eat healthy foods and you will burn that fat for good.

If you just want to tone up your abs and get a six pack abs then it’s about the same as fat deposits usually make our stomachs look flat. When you burn that fat, that skin is pulled inward to outline your abs. In this case, you need to do abdominal exercises to build that muscle.

50 crunches a night is not enough. You need to do a good, effective, and almost strenuous ab workout at most 3 or 4 days a week.

Try this:

  1. Wait until you haven’t eaten for a good 2 hours
  2. Lie down and start doing crunches (focus on tightening your abs with each crunch)
  3. Count how many you do
  4. Do them until you can’t lift your shoulder blades off the floor (you might be surprised)
  5. wait 3 to 5 minutes
  6. Do it again, try to do the same number
  7. Again 3 to 5 minutes
  8. Do it again and aim for that first number again

Once you’ve gone through these, you should write down your numbers for each of the 3 sets. Do this routine every other night. After the first week, try adding 10 or 15 to every set you do. Increase this number every week.

There are many other abdominal exercises you can do and some may be more effective for you and some may not. In any case, it doesn’t matter what moves you make. Just strive for this type of performance-based training, and the results will follow.

Thanks to A. Henley

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