How to get Six-Pack Abs that Show

We all know the basic steps to get 6-Pack abs that show. 
  1. Maintain a caloric deficit: In order to see your abs, you need to reduce body fat. This can be achieved by consuming fewer calories than you burn.

  2. Incorporate strength training: Build muscle through weightlifting exercises like squats, deadlifts, and bench presses. Working out other muscle groups increases your metabolism, which will help you burn fat around your lower ab area.

  3. Do abdominal exercises: Target your abs with exercises like crunches, sit-ups, and planks. Continuously add weight to progressively overload your abs. This will increase the size and definition of your abs.

  4. Stay consistent with your workouts: Regular exercise and good nutrition are key to seeing results.

  5. Monitor your nutrition: Focus on eating a balanced diet with plenty of protein, healthy fats, and carbohydrates. Limit processed foods and sugar.

  6. Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water throughout the day to support digestion and overall health.

  7. Get enough sleep: Aim for 7-9 hours of sleep each night to help your body recover and build muscle.

  8. Be patient: Getting six-pack abs takes time and consistency. Stick with your healthy habits and you'll see results.


The problem with these steps is they do not take into account that before the 6-Pack-Strap there were no exercise devices that would let you target and  progressively overload your lower abs. Crunch machines in gyms are expensive and only target your upper abs. What makes 6-pack abs is the definition of the lowest row of abs. 

The most efficient way to get lower abs to show is to increase the size of the lower ab muscle, while simultaneously decreasing the fat covering the muscle.

Increasing the size of a muscle is simple, increase the weight of resistance will increase the size of the muscle.  This is where the 6-Pack-Strap differentiates itself. With the 6-Pack-Strap you can increase the weight of resistance up to 100 pounds. Ankle weights only go up to 20 pounds, meaning that if your abs are not showing by the time you can do 20-pound reps- you are out of luck, you have reached a plateau.

With the 6-Pack-Strap you can keep increasing your resistance until you have achieved your desired physique!