Join Tribesports today – it's free!

Tribesports is the home of sportspeople and sports challenges.
Join the fun and start sharing your sports activities with people like you.

20111013120503-abs-of-steel-tribe

Abs of Steel Tribe

Here we our going to add the best tips and advice to getting your abdominal muscles up to scratch! So if you have any great training tips and exercises throw them on here!

  • Jacqueline C
  • Akshay N
  • Scott H
  • Gnandt M
  • Lindsay S
  • Manu O
  • Astha G
  • Erica R
  • Sarah F
  • Cassandra G
  • Swapna T
  • Claudia A
  • Michael G
  • Catherine J
  • Stacia D
  • Debbie W
  • Aggie W
  • Lauren B
  • Christian B
  • Natalie L
  • Dasha R
  • Ademir M
  • Kevin C
  • Michelle K
  • Avril W
  • Isabelle  C
  • Rebecca P
  • Marco M
  • Joao N
  • Jamaica W
  • Nerika R
  • Jessica P
  • Lumirecia L
  • Julie L
  • Caprice D
  • Stephen J. B
  • Iva S
  • Steph L

Show new updates

Alan A Abs of Steel Tribe Tribe

Contributorbronze Alan A Detroit Slow Roll

20141008012814-slow_roll
20140929200615-board

Got my first "Saw you on T.V.!" yesterday from someone I never gave the heads-up to.

Anne M encouraged this.

20140814032931-annem15

That's Fantastic !! You better wear sunglasses now so everyone doesn't recognize you! ..lol

Alan A encouraged this.

Show 20 earlier comments

You need to be a member of Tribesports to comment.

Join or sign in

Alan A Abs of Steel Tribe Tribe

Contributorbronze Alan A New here, not sure if this has been addressed before. I'm well aware that as I age I must increase weight training and decrease caloric intake in order to maintain the same bulk as well as definition in my upper body.
Does this same increase in workload with age principle apply to abs or will the same workout continue to provide the same results since shear size/bulk is not the goal in the tummy? Obviously the calories must be cut unless additional energy is burned, but will I have to spend more time and intensity on the ab workouts as I age to maintain?

You need to be a member of Tribesports to comment.

Join or sign in

Bethany Megan W Abs of Steel Tribe Tribe

Contributorgold Bethany Megan W Was coaching the regional climbing academy yesterday and working through general movements. Towards the end we decided to try some fun exercises which also help with training in a more fun way. This was the other 2 coaches showing off their core skills. :D

20140921082937-image_4107

Eunice Y and Greg S encouraged this.

You need to be a member of Tribesports to comment.

Join or sign in

Art M Abs of Steel Tribe Tribe

Art M I've done 6 sets total of hanging leg raises total (5 sets of 10 and 1 set of 14) while in a pull up position on a parallel pull up bar, along with one minute side planks, for about a week already and I'm seeing results already! Soon it'll be time to up the numbers!

Maria K encouraged this.

You need to be a member of Tribesports to comment.

Join or sign in

Kevin G Abs of Steel Tribe Tribe

Personally, I would go with the 3 hard sessions in a week, rather than the implied lesser most days efforts. the body needs time to rest, adapt and grow so 3 sessions would work well. As others have said, doing other forms of cross training would...

Alexandra M Abs of Steel Tribe Tribe

Contributorgold Alexandra M I am taking the stomach vacuum challenge....any advice? This is a new movement for me....i think i got it, but not entirely sure?! :)

20140926165703-ameliem

Just like burpees, everyone seems to have a different way of doing it. I recently watched a video in which the trainer said it's better to bend forward (keep your back slightly curved, you can lean onto a counter or a table), then exhale and do the ''vacuuming''. This helps a bit with activating the muscles faster, and it should hurt just a bit. Holding the pose for about 5-10 seconds is pretty good before slowly breathing in. This method is somehow the best for me, but you have to find what suits you.

You need to be a member of Tribesports to comment.

Join or sign in

Vylisa A Abs of Steel Tribe Tribe

Your abs are there, they're just not showing. One thing I would note is not to go too extreme with any weight based training. Being the age you are, your body is still developing and heavy weight traning can cause...

Alex D Abs of Steel Tribe Tribe

Good nutrition and work will get you there, I don't think your age will stop you!  Try planks - I find those great for my core.  Maybe more than you are looking for, but I am currently doing the Insanity workout seri...

Jenn B Abs of Steel Tribe Tribe

My daughter is 15 and she has a beautiful six pack, of course she has been dancing ballet since she was 4years old.   With hard work and dedication it's possible, no matter what age! :o)

Bethany Megan W Abs of Steel Tribe Tribe

Using the TRX at the gym helped me a lot to start and see some definition and I'm not the biggest of people. It's all bodyweight training as I'm not the biggest fan of weights. This conditions your back and core at t...

Daniel H Abs of Steel Tribe Tribe

skinny people often have abs because they have a low body fat percentage.  Start doing lifts such as squats, deadlifts and overhead presses, and your abs will become more pronounced if you're already at low body fat

View older activities »

27323 members

  • Jacqueline
  • Akshay
  • Scott
  • Gnandt
  • Lindsay
  • Manu
  • Astha
  • Erica
  • Sarah
  • Cassandra
  • Swapna
  • Claudia
Invite your friends

Tribe creator

Sarah L

created the tribe

13th October 2011

20111220172447-sleckey

Tagged

Similar Tribes

Tags related to Fitness & Training

Loading