Abs are made in the kitchen, not the gym?
You don't need to do 1000 sit ups a night to get a six pack. And even if you did, it wouldn't work in isolation. That is a waste of time. Whilst it would without doubt strengthen and build your core muscles, it would still have a low calorie burn on it's own, so would do very little to assist you in creating the necessary calorie deficit required to lose body fat effectively.
Truth is everyone already has a six pack. The reason that people cant see their six pack is that they have a layer of subcutaneous fat over the top of it. Unfortunately for most of us, that's where fat tends to build up first and go from last. And unfortunately you can't isolate fat burn to that particular area either. Or any area for that matter. So the real answer to getting a six pack is by reducing your overall body fat percentage. That's where the saying 'Abs are made in the kitchen, not the gym' comes from. Diet plays the biggest part and if you can't see your six pack already, it doesn't matter how big your abdominal muscles are, at some point you will need to lose weight by burning fat if you want to see your six pack.
The fact is, if you want to burn body fat, you need to ensure that your body burns more calories than it consumes over time. That is, you need to ensure that you are in a sustained calorie deficit over time. The resultant deficit of energy is met by breaking apart body fat cells and muscle tissue over time to release additional energy and reduce your size. And it's this process, that is the only process, that will eventually reveal the six pack you already have under a layer of subcutaneous fat.
However, to overlook the importance of exercise in assisting this process would be foolish.
Abs are made in the kitchen, AND the gym!
The truth is 'Abs are best made in the kitchen AND the gym'. As the answer lies predominantly by being in a sustained calorie deficit to burn body fat, performing exercise that burns the most calories in the time worked will make this both much easier to acheive and more sustainable over time. Also, performing some form of strength training in the core region at the same time is important to help strengthen, and retain the core muscles tissues as you lose weight, so that you dont lose some of them in the process. And this is basically what The 4 Minute Max Outs can do to help you get a six pack.
You will find phenomenally effective moves in the Core Rush and Core Burn Max Outs in The 4 Minute Max Outs that, along with the other Max Outs, can be combined to help reach your goal. Using a combination of full body and focused speed and strength moves to engage the core whilst getting your heart rate racing and calories burning will allow you to both strengthen the core, and burn masses of calories at the same time, helping make the sustained calorie deficit required to lose body fat much more sustainable. You'll be one step closer to your goal of a six pack with every work out. You'll never bother with a basic sit up again. Combine that with a healthy balanced diet and it's only a matter of time.
The 4 Minute Max Outs has the all the moves and workouts to get you a six pack if you have the determination to do what you have to do diet wise in order to burn fat. See the burn fat and tone up section for more information as this is essentially what you will need to do to if you want to uncover your six pack.