Having defined six-pack abs requires more than just exercise and diet—it demands strict discipline that should be evident in your lifestyle. Knowing how much body fat you’ll need to lose, committing to strength-training exercises, and setting aside time to pack nutritious meals each day are just a few of the many disciplines to achieve ripped abs.
The rectus abdominis is what’s commonly known as the six-pack. This muscle group is useful for standing still and performing any athletic activity like running, jumping, shoveling snow, etc. However, the rectus abdominis is often hidden under layers of fat. Here’s how you can get rid of the fat to get lean and achieve six-pack abs.