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Ab Machines that Work for Men

Ab Machines that Work for Men

Apart from doing hundreds of crunches, you can work on getting those rock-hard abs by doing some exercises on the ab machines as well. Read the FitnessVigil article to find information on the different types of machines out there.
FitnessVigil Staff
Disclaimer: This article is for informative purposes only. Always consult a physician before starting any physical fitness program in order to reduce the risk of injury.
In order to tone and trim your midsection, apart from including a proper diet and exercise routine, few machines can really help you reach your goal. So let's find out if we can narrow down your search in finding the best machines for your abdominal muscles.
Abdominal Workout with Machines
The first thing you need to concentrate on are the reviews. When there are more than 5 or 10 brands making similar type of products that target a particular demographic, it is important that you find out almost everything and anything you can about those products. Which is why, research is your greatest asset.
Ab Circle Pro
The innovative design of this machine not only helps you lose those love handles, but it also works on your legs, thighs, and buttocks. The machine is supposed to be used for a complete aerobic and abdominal exercise routine, in order to get the claimed advantages. The only issue with this machine is that if you have knee problems, working on it can be a bit tricky.
Ab Away Pro
The machine is designed in a way, that while you exercise, it supports your head, neck, and back properly. There are 3 different intensity levels―beginner, intermediate, and advance. Due to the support you get for your upper body, the entire routine becomes less strenuous. However, this machine can be difficult to use for taller people as the back support may not be proper.
Ab Roller Evolution
This machine, along with doing sit-ups, can be used for performing dips and push-ups. With the function of adding weights to the machine, you can increase the intensity of your crunches. The only issue with this machine is that it only has a bar to support your head; so you have to be very careful while doing the exercises to avoid any injuries.
Ab Doer
This machine can make your lower back flexible and eliminate the traditional crunches and sit ups you do. It gives you a good aerobic workout which tones and strengthens your abdominal muscles. The issue with this machine is that if you have a considerable amount of weight to lose, it won't help you much.
Ab Scissor
Next in line is this machine which claims to give you a comfortable ab workout. With the sleek design, it doesn't hurt or strain your back and neck. The machine targets upper and lower abs and helps get rid of the bulgy midsection. However, if you use this machine incorrectly, you could hurt your neck and/or back.
Things to Consider
As we mentioned earlier, a proper diet paired with regular cardiovascular and aerobic exercises will help you achieve the fitness goals. Before anything else, your core muscles need to be strengthened. There are many people who struggle with losing weight, but still dream of getting 6-pack abs. I'm not saying that you shouldn't have such a goal. What I am trying to point out here is that in order to get firm abs, firstly you have to lose overall weight, if required. A lean body is more capable of reaching its goal.
While you research over the Internet and browse through different stores, remember this, you can't expect a machine to do all the work for you. Yes, the machines can help you reach your target but it won't make the journey easier. It is up to you, your will power, hard work, and dedication that will get you the firm abs you've always wanted.