I have got a few questions about Crunchless Abs.
Myself and Mike Westerdal released it a few weeks ago.
We got a few questions from customers and thought the answers would be of benefit to you.
The questions were answered by Coach Chris of Critical Bench.
Rick Kaselj, MS
How many times a week should you train abs?
Typically you would train them 2-3 times per week aside from all of the full body lifts we recommend to best develop the body and grow stronger with balance.
With this 30 day program, it is a bit different and progressive.
You begin with:
- 3x in the first 10 days for phase 1
- 4x in the next 10 days for phase 2
- finish the final 10 days going every other day for 5 days in phase 3
This program is unique and goal driven. After this period is over, go back to 2-3 times per week and on occasion you can go back to this approach for accelerated results!
I’m interested in your Crunchless Abs workout but based on the pictures you feature it looks like it uses mostly gym machines.
I’m an independent trainer who only uses portable equipment that I can bring to clients homes- how useful would this guide be for me?
Thanks for your advice
~ Bill C
This would still be VERY useful for you!
Actually, only about 8-10 of the movements requires equipment. Most of them are body weight only and exercises you can easily perform in someone’s home.
I highly recommend you get this to share some of these very useful, challenging and proven movements to strengthen and develop the core muscles!
Thank you so much for your interest and please let me know if I can be of further assistance 🙂
If you are interested in checking out Crunchless Abs, you can here:
Head Strength Coach
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