How To Have Abs All Year Round (The Extremely Easy Way)

I have abs.

Yes. I have abs. All year round too.

But I don’t make a big deal outta it. Other people do though (mostly women).

Dunno why though. Cause I feel like havin’ a strong back, chest, and legs are more interestin’ than ab definition.

But – whatever…

Here’s how I stay lean year round –

Number One – Do Push ups Every Day

This is basic a system I’ve developed a month ago. And I’ve noticed it’s really morphing my body. Making it leaner. And faster.

There’s only one rule to this system. And that’s do to at least one push up every day.

Not 20, 50, 100 or 200.

At least one.

Why?

Cause it’s low/no pressure. And teaches the body to expect a push up comin’ on that day.

This is how habits are formed.

Bodyweight exercises are excellent ways to lean, period (besides hittin’ the weights).

Push ups are the Best!

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Number Two – Intermittent Fastin’, Weekly

This is another system in my broad based Health System.

This is one is extremely, extremely easy.

On my off day (Sunday) I don’t eat anything ‘cept for water, coffy, or tea for 16 hours. That’s it.

After I gorge on some Greek food. Yum.

There’s a whole bunch of writin’ on fastin’. And it’s benefits. Such as fat loss, acne reduction, mental clarity and clean up, as well anti cancer benefits too.

I’m gonna write more on my fastin’ experiences – one day. 

All I gotta say – is that if you wanna lose that lil’ pinch of stomach fat – this is the way to go.

I have crazy ab definition. And clearer skin. And my critcal thinkin’ has sky rocketed.

Fastin’ is the Second Best!

Number Three – Nutrition Tune Up

So, I have a confession to make – even though I love health and fitness – I love milkshakes, Mcdonalds an’ pizza.

Straight junk food.

And junk food is no, no good. It raises your estrogen levels – makin’ you whiny an’ emotional. That’s not a good way to live – being calm is better.

So, I’ve ditched a lot of junk food.

And replaced it with kombucha, carrot juice, an’ green shakes.

I hardly eat trash anymore.

The last couple times I did though – I was sick to my stomach.

Guess my body can’t take that stuff anymore.

Damn, oh well.

I do have way more energy nowadays. And it’s from the carrot juice. I can tell.

Combine that with coffy. And I think fast. And move fast – all day.

Gettin’ stuff done with good food in your body is the Third Best!

Abs Are Easy – For Me

Many, many, many people wanna know how to lose weight. And I feel ’em.

I was bulky (skinny fat) for a while. And basically used the stuff in this article to get lean an’ stay lean. As well as martial arts (more on that later).

But this stuff in this article is extremely easy.

Just takes some willpower.

A lil’ remindin’.

A whole lotta doin’.

You got this.

Get lean. Be lean. Stay lean.

Later,

Jamual

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Why Is That Guy Always Doin’ Push – Ups?

I have a physical disability — Cerebral Palsy — which affects the way I move and talk.

If you don’t know what CP is, it’s basically a neurological disorder that affects physical movements and speech patterns.

In basic terms, it’s like getting a stroke at birth. Usually cause of crappy doctors using bad tools on newborns babies. That’s what happened to yours truly.

Cases of cerebral palsy range from the mild (jerking movements when walking) to extremely severe (being stuck in a wheel chair forever).

Thankfully, my cerebral palsy ain’t that severe. It’s really mild. It just affects my right side.

Leaving me with a spastic right arm and leg. As well a weird way of talking.

I’m actually pretty independent though. Can go anywhere I want without anyone’s help. And thank you Jesus for that.

But just because I can move on my own — doesn’t mean I don’t have any struggles. Or awkward situations happen to me.

Sometimes I have trouble grabbing stuff. Small stuff like cups and such.

I’m tripping over my feet, consistently.

And people always think I’m drunk — cause of my jerking movements.

What a life, huh?

I used to get so sad and angry cause of it.

To be honest, I still get mad. Not outright livid like I used to get. But sometimes hobbling around the street and having girls stare at you oddly can bruise the ego a bit, you know?

The other annoying thing comes from my past of trying to do sports.

I love, love, love sports, such as rugby, football and MMA. But my body is too messed up to compete with the big professional types…

… You know the big types. Like MJ, Steph Curry. Or Brock Lesnar.

Now, I’m not gonna be like Mike. And shoot clutch jumpers against the Utah Jazz. But, I swear to you, when I shave my head bald — I feel just like him.

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Bald Head King.

One of my many Role Models

Despite my dreams of being a professional athlete pulled from under me — I still find myself putting a bunch of hours in the gym or doing push – ups in the middle of my living room…

… Why is that?

‘Cause it makes me feel amazing.

It’s my engine — fueling me.

Okay so, for regular everyday people — leaving the gym makes them feel good. Then they go on with their day.

But for me and probably others alike — the gym is our day.

Fitness isn’t a choice. It isn’t a want. It’s a need.

I noticed this the hard way…

… Last spring, I went 4 months without working out.

No weights. No push – ups. Nothing.

Wanna know what happened?

Everything hurt, bad.

I was having leg issues. And back issues. It sucked.

But after one visit to the gym — I came out of there feeling like a new man.

I’m not BSing you either.

My back was stiff and stuff. Then I hit the Lat Pulldown machine and felt so so so freaking good after. God bless those machines.

Back then, I forgot that since I have a physical disability like CP — fitness needs to happen, even when I don’t wanna do it.

Like shaving your head in the military. It must be done.

So that’s why I’m always talking about fitness on this blog.

It’s super important to me.

And it’s making my life just a bit easier everyday…

… Overall, I think fitness helps everyone in some way, shape or form.

Some people wanna look good. Some people wanna be healthier. Fine by me.

I just wanna walk around pain and stiff free, you know?

— Jamual

Be Better Than Oprah — Consistency

I bet you want to lose weight. Real bad.

That was probably your New Year’s resolution because you’re not happy with your looks. Hell, I don’t know anyone who is, even celebrities, the rich and famous. Those people that have it all, so to speak.

Do you see Oprah — the most powerful woman in the world  — her weight keeps yo-yoing.

Watch this:

Wow, even Oprah, who has access to the best doctors, personal trainers and dietitians, can’t get it together.

So lately, I’ve been thinking, “What’s holding her and you back?” Well, I think its a lack of consistency with overall fitness goals.

You see, fitness is a life long commitment. This stuff takes years to get good at.

The best athletes, trainers, and gym rats (myself included) have been working out for years before we ever hit our personal goals.

It’s a marathon — not a sprint.

It takes time, patience, and a insane amount of practice. Working out, diet, getting enough sleep — should be second nature to you. You should be a robot, a fitness robot.

If you feel like you should be doing push-ups, you should have have done them already.

To achieve your fitness goals, you should be obsessed with it.  First thing in the morning, do your workouts. Fix your diet. Get your rest.

If you’re overweight, do a lot of cardio, cut carbs. If you’re underweight, eat a bunch of carbs and lift heavy. Easy.

You know how to do it. There’s a ton of info on the web. Enough research. Now, do it!

Obsess over  it, do it everyday — 365.

You got this.

— Jamual