Yourwellness Magazine Details Moves for Sexy Ab Muscles

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With Made In Chelsea's Oliver Proudlock flaunting his new six-pack to promote his exercise book, Yourwellness Magazine outlined moves for sexy ab muscles.

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Made In Chelsea's Oliver Proudlock has recently flaunted his six-pack abs in order to promote his new exercise book, Reveal reported December 18th. The article, “MIC's Oliver Proudlock shows off ripped six-pack in the gym - photos!,” noted that the reality TV star was pictured at his local gym in London to promote the release of his new book, The 6 Week Muscle Plan, which was written with trainer Nick Mitchell. While taking part in Men’s Health’s six-pack challenge, Proudlock commented, ‘I wanted abs, not bulk.’

With this in mind, Yourwellness Magazine outlined moves for sexy ab muscles. According to Yourwellness Magazine, ‘Ask anyone in the street, and they will tell you that they would love to have a flat, toned stomach. To have a healthy set of abs, however, you need to do far more than a few crunches. You need to lose weight, increase your fitness and change your lifestyle to boost your overall wellness and wellbeing. On top of improving your overall health, there is lots that you can do to help improve your abdominal muscles…There are actually a couple of basic and very simple abdominal exercises that you can do that will help you a long way on the path to getting some seriously sexy abs.’ (http://www.yourwellness.com/2013/12/moves-get-sexy-set-ab-muscles/#sthash.qAJHwuVi.dpuf)

Yourwellness Magazine pointed out that figure eights are an excellent way of getting great abdominal tone. Yourwellness Magazine explained that these exercises are done whilst sitting on a chair. Yourwellness Magazine explored another exercise which involves lying down on the floor, but has nothing to do with a sit-up. Yourwellness Magazine detailed that this exercise involves wrapping a tea towel around the ball of the left foot and keeping the right leg bent slightly at the knee. The exerciser then extends the wrapped leg outwards, and climbs up the dishtowel with the hands.

To find out more, visit the gateway to living well at http://www.yourwellness.com.

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