working toward perfection

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  1. Mmize2011

    Mmize2011 White Belt

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    Ok maybe not total perfection, but perfect abs. I am about 5' 10-11" and weigh 142lbs. I'm really lean, virtually no visible fat. I've worked my abs pretty hard on and off for the past year. While i do have a decently defined 6 pack. I would like to really make them more defined and longer (if that's even possible).

    Are there any stretches that help abs? What are the best foods for abs? I eat semi-healthy and workout 4-5 times a week. Should I do more cardio? I usually don't do any because I walk a lot at work, and don't have enough fat to be remotely concerned with burning any.
     
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    hmmm- Ill help you with one of those questions, No you cant make your abs longer. You cant change the shape of them, only make them bigger(build muscle).

    ps. This is a strenght forum and you will get flamed to death
     
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    Smolov, then Sheiko, and finishing up with 20 hill sprints followed by Pizza and Chinese food.
     
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    edit: and GOMAD
     
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    I didn't really think about getting flamed before posting. Really new to this forum. Maybe they don't have a lot to do with strength, but who doesn't want some awesome, sexy abs?
     
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