Sculpting a decent four-pack requires tenacity, but it’s carving out your lower abs to get a real six-pack that really takes some dedication. And not just in the gym. It can be done at home, in the park or anywhere you’ve got a bit of room. Beta-alanine can fuel the athlete in all of us. As the go-to ingredient for sports nutrition formulations, beta-alanine helps build better muscle, faster. It helps us gain focus, energy, and strength.
Even today, the tired cliche of six-packs being made in the kitchen still rings true. “You can’t out-train a bad diet,” says Phil Learney, personal trainer at The Third Space gym in London. Think about it. You can do endless reps of crunches, mountain climbers and leg raises, but if you’re not shedding the blubber that covers your muscle, they’ll never show.
So, it’s time to forget what you think you need to do to pack muscle on your midriff and combine Learney’s simple nutritional rules, below, alongside his precisely calibrated workout routine to get great six-pack-figure definition in just four weeks. We’re not joking.