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Ultimate V-Cut Abs Workout

Get The V-Shaped Cut With The Right Workout

In order to obtain this great visual effect on your body a.k.a "V-Cut", you will have to get the right abs workout and a good nutrition. We know that building abs takes time, but if you're willing to do the work, you will get this V-Shaped Cut faster than you think.

In this article, you will be able to build your abs the most effective way.

Men and women love this V-Cut, it's a sign of true dedication into your nutrition and your workout. However, some people may have it because of their genetics, lucky guys! But here, we're not here to talk about "talent" nor "genetics", because getting a V-Cut abs is possible if you're dedicated.

V-Cut: Lower Abs And Obliques Workout

It exists different abs muscles. During a previous abs workout routine, we've covered the rectus abdominis; as known as "six pack".

In order to get this V-Cut Abs, you will have to work on your lower abs and obliques. During this workout we will provide you some exercise that will build your V-Cut! However, do your abs workout according to your schedule and preferences; rectus abdominis (six pack) and obliques can be done in the same workout for example.

Sets And Reps For The V-Cut Abs Workout

A lot of people will tell you to train your abs with high reps. Indeed abs are small muscles, but they are still muscle. Which means, you need to hit them moderate/heavy in order to make them grow. This is why we added exercises with weight, but if you're beginner, you might not need to add extra weights.

We will aim for 4 sets for each exercise, which is great to put enough stress on your abs to get them ripped. Since abs are small muscles, they recover quickly between each set, so we will add between 30-45 sec between each set of rest and 1:30-2 minutes between each exercises.

Your Abs Grow While You Rest

You probably already know that your muscles grow while you rest. In fact, each muscle requires 48 hours to recover after an intense workout.

You will often hear that can train abs every day. It's a small muscle that recover faster than others, but I would highly recommend you to train your abs up to 3 times a week max.

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