Ripped, chiseled, dynamic, flat, rapid, sculpted, , are all adjectives to describe someone else’s abdominal muscles. Whether it be for vanity, or a health reason, and you are looking to “get ripped”, there are steps to consider before buying the newest, or best ab machine on television. The first step to the desired end, must be lowering your body fat percentage. If you do not work on reducing the size of your fat cells first, your hard work will be in vain.
Fat cells have a rather negative connotation, that is partially unfair. Fat is a very important part of our body, and is essential for us to survive. Fat cells are glycerol, acids, and water, and can be solid, or liquid. They are saturated, unsaturated, and mono-unsaturated, and help to control energy for your body. They aid in the absorption and digestion of vitamins, and also regulate your body temperature. Fat cells expand to store energy for your body. They are good for your hair, skin and eyes, and regulate your metabolism. However, as with all things in life, anything in excess, probably is not good for you. In order to achieve ripped abs, you need to concentrate of ridding yourself of the excess fat first. Continue reading Ripped Abs: Body Fat Percentage Is Key