Eating the right food rather than exercising, is the most important step in getting rid of body fat, according to Everyday Health. However, Nicky Anderson quoted in Everyday Health, recommends gym equipment known as the ?Captain's Chair? for a workout machine.
The Captain?s Chair has two extended arms that one grips on while letting his legs dangle below. The
American College of Exercise, as cited by Everyday Health, recommends pedal motion and an exercise ball as alternative abs workouts.
Even with 1,000 sit-ups, one may not get six-pack abs, explains Nicki Anderson, quoted by Everyday Health. Six-pack abs are only achievable with a change in eating habits and regular exercising, Everyday Health advises. A healthy lifestyle and diet ensure a healthy body and improved abs.