#1
A buddy of mine told me that if you put a weight (dumbbell or iron weight) on your abs when you are laying down, that it will tone up your abs because they have to resist the weight to be able to expand the lungs. It sounds a little farfetched but I somewhat understand the logic behind it. Does anyone out there actually know if this works or not?
#2
sounds a little stupid, in theory i guess it would work, to a certain degree.
but why not just do regular crunches or something of the sort?
#5
Sounds like a lazy way of getting abs. Instead hold the weight and do some situps you slut
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#9
You get abs from low body fat. The workout might strengthen the inner walls of your abdominal area (don't quote me on this). So yeah, if you're doing boxing, by all means. Or check with your coach
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#13
It's a waste of time I've boxed for 27+ years I was 8 when I started and not one trainer has told me to do this. I now am starting to train others since I'm getting on a bit. WAnt to lose the fat...run and do rope want to strenghting it do sit ups crunches and medicine ball exercises. Sitting there with weight on you won't do a thing.
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