The real ‘trick’ to developing your midsection is creating a well-rounded routine which targets all abdominal muscles.Given that your diet is in order and you don’t pack excess belly fat, smart weight training will do the job.
These 5 advanced technique tips will help you to build perfect abs:
1. Ditch the Belt to Develop Core Power
Squats and deadlifts are great for training your transverse abdominis (TVA), which is located underneath both the external and internal obliques – but only when you don’t wear a weight belt. Training without a weightlifting belt is the proper way to train your core muscles for strength and stability; the typical trainee has a weak core and using a weight belt only serves to mask this problem.
A weight belt offer important advantages for strength athletes, but it’s highly recommendable to focus on building substantial core strength before you start using it. Otherwise, over-reliance on a weight belt might cause your core muscles to become disproportionally underdeveloped. And the benefits from developing a powerful TVA include both improved aesthetics and improved lifting performance.
That being said, you shouldn’t rely only on heavy squats and deadlifts to get a complete abdominal training – as great as they are, these two don’t actively work your rectus abdominis through its full range of motion.
2.Round Your Back
3. Bring Your Legs Up Higher
4.Use Heavier Weights
5.Build Progression Into Your Training