Now I understand that a six pack is not made from sit-ups, crunches, and etc. I'm just wondering because I am debating a change in my workout routine.
My personal doctor, specialist, and a friend of mine in medical school all say they can be worked everyday. In fact saying,it is the only muscle in the body that can worked everyday.
I ask my personal coach, read on some forums, and ask some people who have either achieved abs through hard work or just had them all their lives and they say no. They should be worked every other day. They need a day off.
So who is right?
Logically it makes sense to go with a medical professionals opinions but I can't help but wonder.
Basically, I was considering doing the 200 sit-up challenge on non ab days. I'm also wondering if tihs applies to pushups too.
Thread: Can Abs be worked everyday?