Abs are one of the most difficult areas on the body to properly maintain, and yet they are one of the most important as they hold our spine and are responsible for a healthy posture.
Keep in mind that in order to have killer abs you need to work out less, not more! This particular curiosity relates to the simple fact that muscles need to rest in order to regenerate. Working out your abs three times a week is more than enough for good results, and if you exercise this muscle group more often you will not lose fat faster and might damage the muscle tissue.
Sedentary people are less likely to have strong abs as their buttocks become too weak, so make sure you’re not spending more than 7 hours a day sitting down if you want nice abs.
By all means, workout out your buttocks on a regular basis will also help your abs get and stay stronger.
Last, but not least, aim for the foods known to reduce abdominal fat. Your abs might be stronger than you think, but you can’t see them from all the fat and bloating. Increase your protein intake while reducing carbs, without, by any means, eliminating them altogether. Eat more meat, fish and dairy instead of breads, pasta and dough. Finally, the golden rule of having killer abs: eliminate sweets from your diet as you’ll be getting enough sugar from fresh fruits.