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6 Pack Quest Secret: Elimination Means Faster Gains

Jul 7, 2008
Starting on the quest to build 6 pack abs requires adding a lot to your life: more weight lifting, more cardio, more discipline, more work. But another important part of this quest is elimination. When it comes to food, a big 6 pack quest secret is that elimination of certain foods means much faster fitness gains. And that means a shorter, (relatively) easier road to your 6 pack.

The concept is simple enough: You rank the foods you eat from worst to best when it comes to developing your 6 pack. Then every so often, you eliminate the worst food that you're still eating. Once you get used to living without that food, you eliminate the worst food that's still remaining.

If you keep this up over a period of months, you'll greatly increase the quality of your diet. All other things being equal, this should result in increased health and energy, along with significant fat loss. It won't get you the abs you want, but it will definitely help you on the quest.

This begs the question: How do I rate the foods I eat? How do I know which to cut out and which to keep? I'm sure you know some general rules already. You probably know that fried chicken is less healthy than plain chicken. You probably know that fruit is a better desert than ice cream. But beyond generalities like that, most people don't have a clue.

A lot of the information that's available out there doesn't help either. Some diet programs tell you to cut back on fat and eat more fruits and vegetables. Others tell you to eat all the meat and bacon you want, as long as you stay away from most fruits and vegetables. I suspect that somewhere out there, someone has written a book describing the virtues of cake and ice cream as diet foods. So how do you know which foods to keep and which to eliminate?

Since you're trying to cut your body fat and develop incredible abs, why not do what the people with the best abs around do? Why not model your diet on the diets of professional fitness models and bodybuilders. These people optimize everything they do to get their body fat down. That includes their diets. No matter how well muscled they are, if they have a layer of fat over everything, they will fail at their quest for the ultimate physique. They know, based on real world experience, which foods are best and worst to eat on your 6 pack quest.

Now you probably don't have easy access to a professional fitness model who can give you personal advice about your diet. Fortunately, when you buy a guide to developing 6 pack abs, it will almost certainly include a detailed section on diet and food choices. One of them even grades individual foods the way your teacher graded you in elementary school, with an A, B, C, D, or F ranking for individual foods. With a guide like this, it's easy to decide what to eliminate from your diet next.

So that's today's 6 pack secret. Identify and eliminate the worst single food from your diet. Then when you are used to that change, do it again with the next worst food. Keep going like this and you will definitely accelerate your 6 pack quest.
About the Author
Eliminating the worst foods from your diet is only one of keys to completing your 6 pack quest . To learn more about a complete system that will give you abs to envy, visit this 6 Pack Quest blog.
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