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Old 11-16-2009, 01:00 PM   #3
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I support this statement. I would personally focus the heavy ab work on days that the back is also worked hard

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Originally Posted by AthleteCreator View Post
Well, Miss Bol, glad to see a lady on the board!


I guess it depends on what kind of physique you're looking for. Personally, I only train abs twice a week on my "off" days. But, I'm not going for the bodybuilder "V" shape. I would be content with a barrell shape, ridiculously strong core to support massive loads....all relatively speaking of course.

In my opinion, if you're looking that v-shape, you'd train more frequently with less load, whereas I train less frequently but with loaded exercises.





























I realize you are not a woman.
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