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Old 10-10-2011, 09:52 AM   #10
Gaz6682
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Originally Posted by glwanabe View Post
This is not correct. Abs are made in the gym. They are revealed by proper work in the kitchen.

Front squats hit my abs better than most other movements. I do like to perfrom leg rasies off a high bar as well. Bring your feet alll the way to the bar and lower slowly. Hard, but a great move.
Agree with this 100%. Although I can't see my abs I (and my gf) can feel them lol and since doing knee raises from a high bar (not quite got the strength for full leg raises yet) they are noticably firmer particularly in the lower portion.
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