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What Are The Benefits Of A 6 Pack For A Sikh?

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lol...you crazy...I got pack too...its just like other muscles of body...nothing more than that...no relation of abs with females...

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no use of body building for martial arts

its like doing pushups for faster punch. get the idea?

well pushups and natural excercises are good , but so is training , the more you train the better

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Multitude of benefits. Firstly it probably means your fit which is no bad thing. Being abdominally toned means your less likely to get constipation due to maintaining good intra-abdominal pressures. You are more likely to be tyaar-bar-tyaar which is what Guruji requests of his fauj. If you are still a bachelor then having a good physique will score high first impressions with the perspective in-laws when vetted to see whether you are good enough for their daughter compared to a rolly-polly who any self respecting potential father-in-law would roll back down the drive way. In summary I'm perplexed by your question - why are you in such turmoil over a little thing like this?

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VJKK VJKF

Your goal as a sikh should not be to get a six pack, but to have good core strength and cutting off escess body fat for agility in shastar vidya. Infact, that's the only reason i workout, not to look good, but simply to be more functional in combat.

I train in shastar vidyia and the only real benfit of a six pack would be to help reduce impact of strikes to the stomach. But mainly, you should not just focus on your abs, but your whole core.

So yea, its good that you have a six paxk, but as a sikh this shouldn't really concern you. It should just be an added benefit of trying to make your core strength stronger so you perform better in battle.

VJKK VJKF

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for poster above I would say having under 12% body fat is good for learning how to fight and being a more effective fighter

have you noticed how the worlds best fighters tend to be pretty cut with six packs

look at the top fighters in the ufc and in boxing

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no use of body building for martial arts

its like doing pushups for faster punch. get the idea?

well pushups and natural excercises are good , but so is training , the more you train the better

VJKK VJKF

Actually veer ji, in a lot of martial arts, explosiveness is key and pushups are a very great functional movement.

And explosive pushups like clapping pushups can actually help you develop a faster and stronger punch.

Even the singhs of of the from the 6th's Guru's time did traditional dand baitaks for their strength.

In fact, I have seen in my own training, pushups have really increased my athletisim and functionality in combat.

Bhul Chuk Maaf Karne Ji

VJKK JKF

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6 pack for what??

The more fat you lose, the slower your metabolism gets Right

So why would you want to do this? Sometimes I ask myself that question. I dont think youll get more Girls Hell, it actually removes some padding down there and may result in complaints. Unless you live near a beach, its not like there are lots of opportunities to show them off. And you want to know something? Showing them off gets old fast. At first you may notice admiring glances here and there, but then you stop noticing them, just eat healthy and stay Leann instead of having goggar

Life going to get busier day by day how can we keep abs?

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