Hi, i would like to ask u, if weighted Abs are good or bad for the back and the perineum, i heard some peoples talking about that a long time, so i would like to know, if is good or not to inclued somes Weighted Crunch rope or with disk
Also if u can show me your routine for Abs/core, like that i can have some inspiration and idea, thank
** i Will try to do that also in the morning when i wake up**
For aesthetic training I stopped doing abs a long time ago, other than practicing stomach vacuums.
When (if) street luge racing season comes around I like to do one set of a combination crunch on a decline bench. Basically one “rep” consists of: crunching forward, then a crunch twisting to the leg, then another crunch forward, then a crunch twisting to the right. It’s also important to fully release the abs and extend the torso between each rep. I go until my abs are about to cramp; afterwards I have to be very careful when bending over because ab cramps suck. Lately I’ve been able to get about 12 reps (48 total crunches). I literally only do this to work on abdominal endurance for racing.
Beyond that: I’ve tried all the different ab exercises and I hate them all.
How did u work the vacuums, i post a video of vacuums, is a good way to train ?
Aha i dont like so much Abs, but my stomach is a bit out, even if iam not " fat" so i dont understand , i am not fat and i dont have a flat Belly, so maybe it is because i didnt work my stomach core (plank…) And vacuums or it is because i dont train my Abs ?
Your abs work for the street luge racing season, how much did u do that by week, if u have a video of the exercices that u do, i will be grateful, iam not a native speaker, i want to be sure to understand
Sure. It’s a fairly basic exercise and the more you do it, the better you’ll get. I try to practice vacuums every day while practicing posing.
As far as crunches go, since I really don’t like them I only do one set a week. I find that this is enough and maybe even too much as my abs get a lot of secondary activation through heavy weightlifting every day.
Making your abs visible mostly comes down to nutrition and getting lean.
Since I never really answered your original question: doing weighted abs exercises shouldn’t hurt you and you can do them if you want. A lot of people do weighted abs exercises. I used to do them in the past, but since I don’t like them and want to keep my waist as small as possible I no longer do them.
And i talk no exactly just about the faf, when ur stomach is “out” even i uf have just a bit fat or nothing, i don’t know how to say, but that is less when i train a bit plank, the stomach seems “out” but with train plank less, hope u understand haha