🎈Abs.🎈 ....I think it's safe to say that many people at some point in their life want to have visible abs. And of course some don't care. I'm both of these people... Hear me out, there are seasons in my life where I just want to be forever shredded AND also some seasons when I just want to eat everything without consideration. With that said, if you're at the point where you want to be able to see your abs , you need to dial in on your nutrition. Unless you are genetically blessed with visible abs all the time (like some punks I know! I hate you forever Chris! 😢, the trick to having visible abs is really quite straight forward.
Strip off the fat that is covering the abs by bringing down your body fat percentage. That is done through proper nutrition planned for your goal and of course a training program. At the end of the day, it still boils down to calorie in VS calorie out.
How your abs are formed depends on genetics. Some people have 4 ( Ronnie Coleman), some 6, some 8... some even have a 10 pack!
I personally want thicker abs which is very hard to achieve,. My abs are more visible when they're thicker. It's not everyone's cup of tea but I like it this way. So if you're doing 100000 crunches a day, long hours of cardio but NOT on a nutrition plan that is created to help you lose body fat, then I suggest you re evaluate your situation. You either throw in some discipline and determination... or you can just eat whatever you want. Both ways sound good to me. Lol. Besides abs can be overrated. 🤦🏽♀️.