Our expert says:
Yes, but the key is realizing that it's not about the stomach workout that you do, but a combination of that and losing fat mass, because you can have the greatest muscle development in the world, but it's the appearance of the six-pack that you're after. So in that regard, it's more about cutting that last stubborn body fat, which is really tough to do - not going to gloss over that for you, it's hard because our genes determine where we store fat and overcoming genetics is a tough ask. but if you stick with it, be really mindful of what you eat, then you can do it.
The training is cardio, not situps. You can do a million situps a day and achieve little - just look at a professional rugby player who plays prop. He has incredibly strong abs, but no six pack. So the cardio is the key, and the diet, very importantly...
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