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How to Develop Great abs for middle Aged Women

For most middle-aged women, looking sexy with absolutely ripped abs probably seems like a thing of the past and at best, a pleasant daydream. But at Trainer.ae, we believe that dreams do come true when you have the right knowledge combined with a bit (more like a lot) of hard work.

Middle-aged women can defy the odds and develop great looking abs. Read on to learn more as we show you how this is possible, in the following six steps.

  1. Lose the mental inhibitions

loose mental-inhibitions

The first thing you’ve got to do is toss out whatever mental inhibitions and negative thoughts you might be having. Getting fit is not going to be easy and a poor, self-depreciating attitude will make it well-nigh impossible. There are so many inspiring stories of people who turned their lives around and achieved their fitness goals even at an advanced age, and you can do it too. You’re probably experienced in life enough to know that nothing good comes easy; so hopefully, you’re not going to give up when the going gets tough.

  1. Protein rules

Tweak your diet

Your body will need a diet that is very high in protein in order to grow any kind of muscles. You’ve also got to eat a lot less fats, oils and certain types of sugars such as those found in soda. The thing about soda and junk food is that, often, the types of fat you gain from it will be visceral fat—fat that is stored below the surface, in the abdomen.  Because visceral fat is found in the abdominal region you should consider it public enemy number one.

A lot of women at this age also go completely off fast food and eat a lot more fruits and vegetables. This is a good idea in certain situations but remember that your body needs the right mix of protein and carbohydrates to effectively develop muscles.

  1. Proper workout

Best tabs workout

Obviously in your middle- aged years, working out is going to be much more difficult than you may have found it when you were younger but there are a lot of exercises that are relatively easy to perform and are also very good for ab development. Generally, cardio exercises are very good for abs as they burn a lot of fat but ideally, what you want to do is build muscle and burn fat at the same time. One way to do this is by performing circuit training that incorporates elements of resistance training into it. Circuit training is a technique where you must perform a sequence of exercises that target different muscle groups, with little or no breaks in between.

As your body burns away your belly fat, you should simultaneously work on building stronger stomach muscles for the best ab appearance. We’d recommend that you strengthen your abdominals by doing planks. Planks are really simple; all you have to do is stretch out and hold your body in the typical push-up position for some minutes or seconds.

  1. Get rid of bloating


Many middle-aged women have complaints about bloating and if you do too, this will be another challenge on your way to a fabulous mid-life body. Doctors recommend that you eat more fibers, eat slower and chew your food well as better digestion will help you deal with bloating. Staying off carbonated drinks and chewing gum will also aid your cause a great deal.


Developing abs will most probably be difficult and challenging for middle-aged women but if you stick to your goals with perseverance and hard work, you will achieve enviable results.

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