Boxer’s abs undoubtedly have the most solid, “honest” looking midsection. In comparison with abs you see in certain magazines, both men and women boxer’s have abs that you know they earned. They do not look surgically altered, electronically altered or paint brushed. Just plain “solid.”

Two ingredients are needed to build boxer’s abs. First, and probably most important is your diet. You have to get rid of the fat that is covering your abdominal muscles, and cutting calories is the best way to get boxer’s abs. Improve your diet to include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, legumes and low-fat dairy. Juices and sodas have no purpose but to increase your abdominal fat content. In addition, reduce portion sizes to lose excess fat.

Second, including a regular workout into your weekly regimen is a must to get boxer’s abs. Of course you must include abdominal exercises, but you must also include cardiovascular exercise to help you lose abdominal fat. Needless to say, the best exercise to build boxer’s abs is… Boxing! If you do not have a heavy bag, you can regularly walk, jog, run, bike, or elliptical your way to belly fat loss and boxer’s abs.

To finally get the boxer’s abs you want, perform the 250/500 Rep Boxer’s Abs Workout!

Boxer’s Abs Workout Routine

Instructions

Perform as many repetitions for each exercise as you can until you reach 50 or 100 reps. Rest when you need to, but try to avoid it.

After a few weeks, you will be able to “accidentally” lift your shirt to wipe your face…

Click on the exercise to view an instructional video!

Perform 50 or 100 reps on each side.

Muscles Worked:Shoulders, triceps, biceps, quadriceps, glutes, hamstrings, core muscles.

100 seconds equals 50 reps. 200 seconds equals 100 reps.

Muscles Worked:Abdominal muscles, back muscles, lower leg muscles, triceps.

“Back and forth” counts as one.

Muscles Worked: Abdominal muscles, back muscles.

A great workout for your lower abs, back and legs.

Muscles Worked: Abs, lower back.

100 seconds equals 50 reps. 200 seconds equals 100 reps. You have to work your back muscles to keep yourself standing up straight.

Muscles Worked: Glutes, hamstrings, back muscles.

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