Ok I'm trying to impress this girl(Yeah I know this whole thing is cleche) and I've noticed she likes guys that are buff and are good at sports. I,ve been dominating the sport we are currently doing in gym, so Ive got that down, all thats missing is a six pack. I'm 14 years old 5'10 130 pounds, and I need to get a six pack before spring break, so I need some advice on how to get a plan for cardio and abs. Thanks for your time, and I hope you'll help me out.
Diet no snacking..at all, nothing with carbs, bread, fried food etc. If you want you can use supplements they work. Such as protein shakes, casein, s**t like that but you definitely need to work out at least an hour a day using that crap. Exercise, exercise, exercise, you'll want to do core workouts at least 3 times a week also, make sure your doing cardio that's the bread and butter right there. I don't know if you can but try running 4 miles a day 3 times a week and you'll be shredded. If you can't run 4 miles without stopping I suggest building yourself up like 1 mile 6 days a week for two weeks, then 2 miles 5 days a week for 2 weeks, then 3 miles 4 days a week for two weeks, so on and so on. Its good s**t.
Um, there's this guy in my class who apparently has a six pack. He plays soccer everyday at school, as well as futsal, I bet he also does it as a hobby too. Maybe you should play lots of soccer and futsal like him?
It's easy if you're naturally thin which you seem so. You gotta experiment yourself and find out what works for you. Just google up different ab workouts for the different parts. Don't neglect the obliques, it's make your abs look stronger than they really are.
From my experience, most girls only look at biceps, pecs, abs, and shoulders.
Oh and I suggest you do pull-ups regularly because it really helps you size up and overall look more toned.
Cardio. Core exercises won't make your abs much bigger, just more dense. If you're looking for tight abs that can take punches, do lots of sit ups. If you just want the six pack, do lots of cardio.
Be careful, though. Overdevelopment of the abs can cause the muscles to wrap around the spine, forming an organic jet pack. The resulting exposure to high altitudes from developing the 'jet pack' can lead to oxygen deprivation based brain damage and dementia.
Why do you think Schwartzenegger put on so much weight so suddenly? He knew, man.