How To Get Olympic Gymnast Abs From Home

Olympic Gymnast Abs

If you sit as much as I do throughout the day, you probably think it’s impossible to get Olympic Gymnast Abs, right? After all, their lives revolve around one thing – representing their country and bringing home a gold medal…

However, just because you sit a lot during the day, like a do, doesn’t mean you can’t have world-class caliber abs. And I’ll show you exactly how I went from a pudgy gut to a rock-hard six pack in weeks following the ab training secrets of Olympic Gymnasts…

WITHOUT having to leave your very own living room… Yet first…

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How do I know this? Well, several months ago, I was in the worst shape of my life…

Sitting had taken a toll on my body and my appearance wasn’t the only thing suffering…
Check Out My Embarrassing “Before” Photo (and awesome “After”)

My entire core became weak. Which, core isn’t just your abs. It also includes your hips and lower back.  It was so weak I felt like my middle-half was disconnected from my body…

Like I as a floating pair of arms, legs, and a talking head…

It’s hard to explain, so I’ll compare it to a TV. Think of an outlet as your lower body, the power chord leading from the outlet to the TV as your core, and picture the television as your upper body… 

Hmm… Not a bad look…

As you know, when there’s a snip in the power cord, the electrical current leading from the outlet to your news box is cut-off. Meaning, no power. Same goes for your anatomy. When your core is weak, it’s like snipping the power between your upper and lower body

Ultimately making you more fat. Causing postural problems, aches, and pains. Damaging your overall athletic ability and performance. And so much more…

Here’s what happened to me…

Not only did I have a bulge growing around my belly. Which made me look like I stole a spare tire, hid it under my shirt, and was committing first degree robbery…

I’d also fell my legs tingle and even go numb throughout the day… all from a lack of blood supply due to my soft core. Even my upper back, neck, and shoulders would feel tight and out of place. The reason? My “connector muscles” were a broken link. And it was making me miserable…

So I tried crunches and other common ab training techniques… which may have “felt” fine in my teens, yet this time around, they felt more like a punch to the spine. I’d wind up in more back pain than when I started and still with no abs to show for it…

Option #2… I tried the bodybuilder/fitness model way of training abs. You know, the sets and reps schemes on ab machines at the gym. Still, no luck. It was a little bit easier on my back though compared to the crunches…

Yet I still had a blubbery midsection and my lower-back fat and love handle regions were only becoming more doughy. So I thought to myself… who has the strongest AND the best-looking abs in the world? (let’s face it, everyone wants both strong and sexy abs). The first athletes I could think of were Olympic Gymnasts

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I mean, look at these guys. Every four-years their entire country is counting on them to bring home the gold. To do so, they have to have the strongest abs in the world! The ripped six-pack is just a side-effect…

Here’s where my dilemma came… I wanted robust, head-turning Olympic Gymnast Abs, yet I had almost no time for the gym… and quite frankly, I had a fear of heights so you won’t find me on a set of parallel bars or hanging from rings anytime soon… Yet I still wanted those famously strong abs.

So I hired a former Olympic Gymnast and world-champion coach to teach me how to get Olympic Gymnast Abs without having to leave my own living room

At first, I was nervous. After all, I wasn’t the least bit flexible. Couldn’t perform a handstand for the life of me. And had no prior gymnastics experience…

Yet after the first workout, I was amazed I could perform every exercise… and the workout was short, yet my midsection felt like it was on fire. The most shocking thing to me, for as long as I’ve been a personal trainer (over a decade) I’d never seen these ab exercises before…

They were brand new to me. Like a secret kept undercover by the world’s most elite gymnasts… To be honest, they went against the common “rules” typical fitness routines would have you perform ab exercises…

Example A) The hollow body hold…

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A dynamic abdominal building move that engages your entire core. From this position you can perform the hollow body rock, arm raise, arm overhead hold, floor taps, leg raises, and plenty more…

Compare position A to position B (below)…

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This is the typical bodybuilder / fitness model way of working abs…

Starting position = no ab engagement.

Meaning less tension on the abdominals. Workouts are broken up into sets and reps. Ultimately leading to 10-15 seconds of actual “work” being performed on the abs. This is hardly enough to pack on lean and ripped muscle…

Position A is superior. And it’s one of the reasons Olympic Gymnasts can spend less time training their core and still get an eye-popping six-pack. 

Read This Article for More Olympic Abs Training Secrets…

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Get Olympic Gymnast Abs in just 28 days like I did!

Re-visiting my former back pain and chubby-belly… It wasn’t until a few workouts into my first week of Olympic Gymnast Abs Training that I began feeling stronger in my core… to the point I could sit at my office desk without a wince of pain (which used to linger throughout the entire day)…

And I had noticed my belly fat was beginning to shrink. Same with the love-handles. I was starting to get that narrow v-taper physique every guy wants. Which I can thank a majority of the Olympic oblique exercises my coach gave me…

Again, they weren’t like other oblique training techniques I’ve used in the past. Here’s another example of how Olympic Gymnasts get their abs… compared to traditional abdominal oblique exercises…

Exhibit A) Tuck Position Side-to-Side Taps

Notice how there’s no spine bending twists, like in the popular bodybuilding exercises, the Russian twist (Exhibit B)… 

These do more wear and tear to your back and hardly engage your abdominals. Instead, it becomes a movement of very little ab development, leaving you frustrated and without results…

However, the oblique exercises I was introduced to were tightening up my sides. The proof was in the “non-pudding-like” love handles…

Here’s the deal… If you…

  • Have stubborn love handles that won’t go away…
  • Want a midsection that grabs the attention of the opposite sex
  • Want to get rid of your lower belly fat and have a ripped six-pack…
  • Want a tighter waist or to get rid of that “beer gut” for good
  • Want a stronger core and to fix lower back pain…
  • Are looking for the most cutting edge information on ab training

Then you want to follow the training techniques used by Olympic Gymnasts… After all, there’s a reason these guys have such strong and ripped abs…

And now’s your chance to ignore the useless abdominal training tips on familiar meathead websites and begin transforming your abs into Olympic Gymnast Abs with little-known tactics used by the elite of the elite, world-class athletes…

And you can without spending hours a day in the gym. And you won’t have to swing on any bars or rings or perform any complex and scary gymnastics moves (trust me, I didn’t)…

=> You can learn more about how to get the abs of an Olympic Gymnast here

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