Mohamed Makkawy Course 3 – Abdominals


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Possessing beautifully sculptured abdominal muscles and a small, muscular waistline is the key to having a quality muscular physique.

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  • Possessing beautifully sculptured abdominal muscles and a small, muscular waistline is the key to having a quality muscular physique.

    Certainly no other single bodypart, when developed fully, does so much to make the rest of your body look better and gives you that hard, athletic, finished look to your physique.

    When your waistline is smaller, it not only makes your shoulders look wider, increasing your V-shape and taper but also makes your upper and lower body look larger and more impressive. And when your abs are in shape, the rest of you is more muscular too!

    Good abs are also needed and important for health reasons too. Abdominal exercises not only tighten and tone the waist but improve your posture, help with digestion and elimination and keep the internal organs healthy.

    I have a reputation for having great abdominal development. I built the foundation for my abs in fitness classes 1 attended in school as a teenager in Egypt. I performed situps literally by the thousands!

    While my peers were trying to find ways to skip the exercise classes, I always attended, and in fact, I’d do extra work on the exercises at home too. Thus I inherited a well-shaped waistline and this enabled me to do well in my early contests.

    Ab work is not as exciting as working arms or pecs, but the nice thing is that once developed, they are fairly easy to maintain. They may get covered over by a layer of fat, but the basic development is always there and you just have to burn away the fat to get them to show.

    Due to all that early work I did for my abs and my genetics, my abs respond so fast that I now do very little direct work for them except just prior to a contest, and most of the time, I do no direct work for them at all. This is a nice luxury as it allows me to spend more time on other bodyparts.

    But if your genetics are not as good as mine or if your genetically predisposed to having a heavy waistline or have just allowed yourself to get out of shape, then you are going to have to put a lot of effort to keep your waist in good shape.

    It will take perserverence but in the long run, all the hard work will pay off and you will be rewarded with a nice set of abs.

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    1. Rated 5 out of 5


      I competed in almost 70 contests following that diet. I failed to place in 3or4 of them. Gironda was a FU$&@$& genius!

    2. Rated 5 out of 5


      I competed in over 70 contests and failed to place in 3or4 following this diet. Gironda was a fu?!$&@ genius!

    3. Rated 5 out of 5


      This is a very good nutritional program. Since I am a taller hardgainer, I tend to cheat when I do my gaining routines and eat dirty and go overboard with the carbohydrates just for the sake of putting on bodyweight and getting stronger faster.

      But Vince was absolutely right; adding sheer bodyweight puts too much on the waistline and smooths out your definition. So the next time I work on gaining, I will go with something like this meal plan, or one of the others recommended in “The Wild Physique.”

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      Gary pino

      Vince was not full of shit, i did this diet and its a mass diet. You didnt do cardio or something. Im not being a dick, but maybe this wasnt for you? This man was the pioneer of bodybuilding bro.

    5. Rated 5 out of 5


      #4 Gary Pino, who are you responding to? Nobody made a comment like that on this article.

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