Guide For 6 pack abdominal abs by Bhupendra Dhawan and Mukesh Singh

Bhupendra Dhawan has a history of 30 to 35 years to back up his experience and teachings. He has seen the transition of bodybuilding as a sport and career over the years and has worked very closely with novices and experts. He therefore knows the problems faced by the youth who are struggling to make a name in this profession. Bhupendra Dhawan along with Dinesh Singh, are heading WABBA India, an international body to govern and improve the status of bodybuilding in India. This body will act as a guide and mentor for the youth. For those who don’t know, Dinesh Aswal is the athlete who inspired Mukesh Singh to get into bodybuilding and he is Dronacharya Gym’s first medalist and commonwealth champion.

Bhupendra Dhawan, along with Mukesh, also shares an effective workout for abs for beginners so that they can pursue their bodybuilding goals without succumbing to injuries.The video shows Mukesh working on the core through sit ups, Roman chair sit ups, hanging leg raise, hanging frog kick. Bhupendra suggests the beginners to go for 3 to 4 sets of 10 to 15 reps each.

Focusing on the side muscles, Bhupendra suggests going for side dumbbells – 3 sets of 30 reps on each side, side raise for concentration on the oblique muscles, leg raise for lower abdomen, kick back and frog kick. He also demonstrates the correct way of performing these exercises.

He insists the youngsters to start from beginner’s level and then proceed to the professional or advanced levels. He advises all the youngsters to seek training from an experienced trainer only to avoid any risks.

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