Ab Workout

2020 Working Out On Abs Everyday Good or Bad?

How is working on abs good for me?
September 20, 2020
6 minute read

Working out on abs is great to strengthen the abdominal muscles. Remember that doing ab workout might not burn your abdominal fat. This all depends on your age, genetics and hormones. To elaborate further it revolves around how many calories you burn, how easy it is for the body to burn fat, and other factors. The alternative is diet which we will discuss later on in a future article. Usually the recovery for muscles is 24-72 hours due to the skeletal muscles and striated muscles.


Why you should switch up your ab workout?


It is not necessary to workout everyday on your abs. The reason is because your body needs time to recover from the workout. If you want to workout everyday on your abs then you can integrate different types of strength and condition training such as chest or arms. Also it is good to workout around 3-4 times a week or 2-3 times a week. It depends on the level of intensity and the quality of the workout too.


Can I workout everyday on abs?


Both, Yes and No. It is all up to you to decide if you want to workout on abs everyday. Every body is different and the results can be different for everyone. If you decide to workout everyday on abs, make sure to integrate different ab workouts. The reason is because different ab workouts can target different body muscles.


Repetitions can also be increased to very high if you are up for the grab. A higher repetition will provide a leaner effect, while a lower repetition can provide a more muscle gain effect. See what works out for you when you change your routine. Although be careful not to injure yourself and it is best advised to stick with every other day.

Recommended Exercises


Exercises you can integrate to your routine that target great ab muscles. Great exercises to do to get a six pack faster are crunches, crossovers crunches, planks, and leg raises. Make sure to lift your shoulders after every repetition so you can target the muscles a lot more. Also, while doing leg raises make sure to go as low as you can, and maintain the high raised legs for a little longer. This all can help you condition and strengthen your abdominal muscles a lot better.