If you type the words in the subject line into Google, you’ll get 175,000,000 results.
Somewhere in there is the real answer … though it’s probably not on the first 100 pages.
Why? Because there IS no secret to having a flatter stomach.
Nope. The answer everyone is searching for is really simple, and it can be summed up in one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite athletes of all time … the late, great Kobe Bryant.
Asked how he kept himself healthy and in such great playing shape, Bryant replied, “I watch what I eat and train my ass off. It ain't rocket science."
No, it ain't ...
There's no crazy new way to get amazing results. If you can make some small improvements to your nutrition, and exercise consistently and with a purpose, then I can promise you’re going to tone your stomach—and the rest of your body.
So what do you need to do?
Include more protein in your diet, drink more water, and eat more easily digestible carbs, like fruits and veggies.
Once your nutrition is dialed in, you’ll need to complement that with exercise … but not just any kind of exercise … the right kind.
To improve your body composition (how much lean mass vs. fat you have), I recommend 2-3 days a week of strength training and 1-2 days a week of “cardio.”
And by cardio, I don’t mean going nowhere on a treadmill for an hour. Short, intense bursts of cardio with simple exercises you can easily execute safely is the way to go.
Of course, there are some basic core exercises that you should be incorporating into your routine, as well. In fact, as luck would have it, I've put together a detailed guide to the Best Core Exercises ... and I'm giving it away for free this week.
So, as Kobe Bryant said, it ain't rocket science. Make some small improvements to your diet, follow a smart and balanced exercise program, and you'll see the inches melt off your waist and belly to reveal the abs that you want to see.
Let's get it!