Can I Get Ripped 6 Pack Abs without Cutting Back on My Carbs ?!???

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6 Pack Abs and Carbs?

Question by Questions: 6 Pack Abs and Carbs?

So right now I have been lifting for almost two years. I am 16 years old and I have a very low body fat percentage and a high metabolism.

All of my weight lifting friends have put me in the mindset that I need to follow their very intense eating plans (6 meals a day, mainly protein, very low carb intake). However, I really am getting sick of this kind of lifestyle. I come from a family that loves to make food and very large meals.

I was wondering, is it possible for me to eat more normally (I would still avoid soda, fast food, candy) and still have my well defined six pack (I would continue to run and workout)?

Best answer:

Answer by C.j.
Yes it is very possible! Back in high school i ran track nd took a couple of weightlifting classes but aye just about any thing I wanted(no soda or candy though) nd kept my 6 pak.. Now that I’m in college running for NC State University I’m on amore stricter diet nd workout routine nd have moved up to a 8pak nd less than 8% body fat

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