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    Can you work out Abs everyday?

    I remember my dad telling me that it is possible to workout abs everyday without overtraining. Is this true? I think I will stick to doing abs on M W F, I should be too sore to do them everyday.
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    Originally Posted by 911TurboS
    I remember my dad telling me that it is possible to workout abs everyday without overtraining. Is this true? I think I will stick to doing abs on M W F, I should be too sore to do them everyday.
    It's possible, for sure, but the way I work them makes them too sore, and there are better uses of your time.
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    Your abs are muscles. Just like any other muscle they need recovery time. So what I am saying is - no u cant work your abs out everyday and expect to see decent gains.
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    So two times a week would give sufficient time for them to recover?
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    Twice a week should be more than enough - assuming you're workign them correctly and not merely shooting for number of reps, you'll be fine. I work my abs as an afterthought at the end of a workout, whenever I feel like hitting them. I've got a good core already from 4 years of gymnastics in high school, but I don't really think it takes a lot to get good abs - it just takes a lot to be able to SEE those abs [i.e. diet/cardio].
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    You can work any muscle everyday, depending on the volume. IF you did one set for abs everyday, then that is fine, but you couldn't do 7 sets everyday.
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