Our expert says:
You are certainly not alone with that most obvious problem - many people struggle with specific areas. The key to combatting it is actually not the specific exercises, but those 3 to 4 kg you say you can lose. If you do that, then you'll see definition, which is actually what you're after.
But in terms of the ab execises, yes, you can do them on consecutive days. I wouldn't go every day - you might take every 3rd day off, for example, because if you train hard, you'll definitely feel fatigue in the abs.
I think your overall programme sounds good, in principle. Obviously, there are details that matter, and you'll only work through those with someone, face to face. But the general idea sounds about right.
The most important thing you haven't mentioned is diet - it's almost indispensable to your progress.
I think the bikini body might be worth a try - it's not too much, no, but everyone is different. So you can try it and see. If it's too much for you, then don't worry, stick with what you've planned and it will work. If it does work, then your life is made simpler.
There's no specific order of training. Only for elite athletes for whom weight training serves a very specific purpose. For the rest of us, it makes no difference, so convenience is the best way to do them. The general rule of thumb is do the more important session first.
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