You want six pack abs. You want to get lower body fat. I deal with that every single day being a personal trainer in Las Vegas. No one really wants to know the real answer to how you get six pack abs, which to be honest, is pay attention to your diet, get great workouts, and don’t really deviate from the program at hand. Most of the people who do that, and not some VARIANCE of that, all have six pack abs, and don’t necessarily need to listen to this. For the ones that don’t, here are just a few tips, with no explanation included today, to help you get results. Because, that’s really what we want. Doesn’t matter how it works, just that it does. (I have NO idea how this computer works, but I do like that I can type on it and send out this blog!) So, without further ado: 1. Eat WAY More Fruits and Vegetables- You load up on these, and you will watch weight loss happen right before your eyes. Most people get 1 serving of fruits and vegetables a day. ONE! Even the Food Pyramid says 5-11 servings of fruits and vegetables. Switch out the chips and processed crap for these nutritious items. With that being said…. 2. Eat More Protein- If I had one thing to say to people about how to get ripped in a hurry it would be this: Pair a protein, with a vegetable every time you eat, and you will be ripped, period. your protein can come from whatever source you want, chicken, turkey, lean beef, soy, dairy, whey and the list goes on. 3. Do The Right Kind Of Cardio- Your 45 minutes on the treadmill is not going to cut it. You need to look into High Intensity Interval Training(HIIT). There is an interesting article by a great trainer named Ryan Halvorson in Details Magazine going further into this. 4. Don’t Drink The Kool-Aid- Too many people in Las Vegas fall prey to this, and I’m sure it happens elsewhere. You really want to lose body fat, quit taking shots, quit drinking beer, and quit it with your Captain and Cokes. 5. Do Total Body Movements, Not Crunches- You don’t have to do a million and a half sit ups to get abs. Try integrating moves like burpees and squat jumps where your abs have to brace you, to build strength in your gut. 6. Get Some Rest- Your body needs the rest to recover and build strength and burn the fat. So try to get anywhere between 7-10 hours of sleep a night. That’s it. Follow those 6 tips, and you’ll be on your way. It’s really a lot simpler than you would think, just takes a little dedication and drive. That’s all. Six pack abs, and lower body fat are definitely within your reach.