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Rock Hard Abs/Obliques

What are the best exercises for rock hard abs and Obliques?

Are there any exercises to help my abs take a hit?

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Squats, one arm snatches.

…missionary, doggie, and sometimes on the horizontal flamingo…

[quote]Go heavy fool wrote:
…missionary, doggie, and sometimes on the horizontal flamingo…[/quote]

This would explain why my gut gets bigger everyday.

front squats.

like waking up with sore abs?

[quote]fartmonkey64 wrote:
I just started to bench at my local 24 hour and I was wondering how i would know for sure if I am an ectomorph? I am 13 years old, 5,4 and weigh about 120. [/quote]

Yep. THAT is what he needs to be focused on…“rock hard abs”.

The Ab Lounge. Scientfically designed to get you up off the floor for rock hard abs.

[quote]Go heavy fool wrote:
…missionary, doggie, and sometimes on the horizontal flamingo…[/quote]

If this is true why aren’t I the guy on the next edition of Fitness Made Simple yet??

Do bench press and dumbell curls 3 sets of 8 for each. Than do about 20 sets of 4-5 different types of core work. Repeat.

[quote]Professor X wrote:
fartmonkey64 wrote:
I just started to bench at my local 24 hour and I was wondering how i would know for sure if I am an ectomorph? I am 13 years old, 5,4 and weigh about 120.

Yep. THAT is what he needs to be focused on…“rock hard abs”.[/quote]

If this is really the case then squats with at least 300lbs or more would be a good long term goal to help get you started on the road to “rock hard abs and obliques”!

Probably not what you were looking for but good advice in my experience.

P.S. This means start squating with the 45lb olympic bar and start adding weight as you grow stronger.

[quote]Professor X wrote:
fartmonkey64 wrote:
I just started to bench at my local 24 hour and I was wondering how i would know for sure if I am an ectomorph? I am 13 years old, 5,4 and weigh about 120.

Yep. THAT is what he needs to be focused on…“rock hard abs”.[/quote]

If this is really the case then squats with at least 300lbs or more would be a good long term goal to help get you started on the road to “rock hard abs and obliques”!

Probably not what you were looking for but good advice in my experience.

P.S. This means start squating with the 45lb olympic bar and start adding weight as you grow stronger.