FAT-BURNING SIX-PACK SCULPTOR

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FAT-BURNING SIX-PACK SCULPTOR
FAT-BURNING SIX-PACK SCULPTOR

Muscle Group:

muscle , exercises

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Equipment:

Dumbells, Kettlebells

You can empty your bucket of protein powder, bulk some seriously quality bicep muscle and shred your legs into two powerful pillars, yet still have no six-pack. Why? Well, it is there, but hiding beneath a layer of fat. But don’t worry, this workout from PT Phil Sims will unleash some seriously defined abs by turning you into a fat-burning furnace. Its compound moves will max your T-levels and pump your heart to eat through your ab flab cover and reveal the magic below.

Be warned: this workout will push you to the limit, whatever your fitness level.

Detailed Workout Plan

Grab the handles of the pull-up station with your palms facing away from you and your arms fully extended. Your hands should be around shoulder-width apart. Squeeze your shoulder blades together, exhale and drive your elbows towards your hips to bring your chin above the bar. Lower under control back to the start position.

Lunge forward as far as you can with your right leg, bending your trailing knee so it almost brushes the floor. Use the heel of your right foot to push yourself off into the next lunge, this time leading with your left leg.

Stand behind a grounded barbell. Bend your knees slightly to grab it, keeping your shins, back and hips straight. Without bending your back, push your hips forwards to lift the bar. From upright, push your hips back to lower the bar, bending your knees only slightly.

Grab the bars of a dip station with your palms facing inward and your arms straight. Slowly lower until your elbows are at right angles, ensuring they stay tucked against your body and don't flare out. Drive yourself back up to the top and repeat.

Hold a dumbbell in each hand, resting in front of your thigh. Lift the dumbbells vertically until they're in line with your collar bone, with your elbow pointing towards the ceiling. Lower the dumbbell back down and repeat.

Lie down on the floor with your knees bent and, if possible, hook your feet under something that will prevent them from moving. Place your hands behind your head and tense your core as you lift your torso up so your upper body forms a V shape with your thighs. Lower under control back to the start position.

Place a kettlebell a couple of feet in front of you. Stand with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart and bend your knees to lean forward and grab the handle with both hands. With your back flat, engage your lats to pull the weight between your legs (be careful with how deep you swing) then drive your hips forward and explosively pull the kettlebell up to shoulder height with your arms straight in front of you. Return to the start position and repeat without pauses.

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