How I Got My Six Pack

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Tips and guidance on how to develop a powerful and aesthetic core. Looks and performance are the same thing! Written article with more details ➞



0:15 Start

1:00 What the core represents


5:30 Pursuing health first


7:00 Where most of my core development came from

8:45 Aesthetics are the side product of performance

9:15 Purpose of isolation core exercises

10:25 Conclusion


Hi there, my name is Eero Westerberg and I am the head coach here at VAHVA Fitness. Our specialty lies in mixing the Western and Eastern knowledge of health and fitness together into a combination that actually works, is proven and produces real tangible results.

We developed our methods by studying health & wellness and strength & conditioning for over a decade. We also traveled the world for over 3 years researching different ancient methods of strengthening and taking care of the human body.



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Sachin Singh says:

I think You need to go on KETO DIET

Cynthia Lopresti says:

Great VIDEO…the core is the basic of everything when working out. I have a extremely week lower core and back due to injury, would you consider doing a static core workout series for all ages.

Zuhaip Omer says:

Six pack 😍

Pablo Perez d'Ors says:

That calm, no-nonsense attitude really inspires me to try. I’d never asked myself why people like abs, the explanation sounds convincing

Meow RGC says:

I have a problem in abs
My upper abs are not align
The right side is higher than the left side

Jason Sison says:

Very informative, keep it up!

Alien2799 says:

Thank you! I am still a little confused. So if someone has weak abs then should they first start with general exercises or isolation exercises for the abs? What is the order?

Raheemah K. says:

great points you've raised!

Maurice Cooper says:

Dude…I wish you was my trainer because you would bring out the best in me. This transformation on how you got your awesome abs is incredible! You make me proud, brother!πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ’ͺπŸ‘Š

Carl Perl says:

Hey! was that in Finland?

bin1127 says:

The first time i've heard someone identify what truly being fit means. Muscles is not just for aesthetics but should be representative of your health and ability.

Guy Gilmore says:

Now I have a six pack

MaghoxFr says:

I got mine from the supermarket.

Brian KindelΓ‘n says:

excellent contenido, grandes consejos, sorry poco english. Un gran saludo fraternal. Gran amigo y entrenador.

Aaron Orchid says:

(Following text has also been sent by me to you on your actual homepage, but I thought the outcome would be interesting for others as well, so I decided to post it here, too)

Hello there, Vahva. So, I've got a question. I'm highly qualified in terms of how and what way one should train, I've studied physiotherapy, dabbled into the studies of a dietitian. Unfortunately, I haven't been consistent in my training, having had periods of long consecutive training and being off again for much too long. But always in the area of calisthenics and movement, or more precisely, since I was 20. I'm 27 years old (soon 28) now, and after again having had a period of being off training for almost five month, I've now again been highly involved again for the last six month (6 days a week, including cardio on off-days, using day 7 as flex and handstand training only).

Now comes the actual point: I'm going to study medicine, coming winter, and even though I could create a training plan myself, I tend to invest too much time in thinking about it, planning, etc. And I do not see myself having that kind of time. I'm looking for a well thought out training plan, with the possibility of a little self tweaking, clear progression, lots of movement, training between 1 and 2 hours a day, and a mixture of calisthenics and movement/locomotion. Without overdoing it! I have had problems about 2 month ago, trying to fit too much into one day, not finding the balance (followed GMBs training plan and felt quite disappointed. Finished it though, for completion purposes. Progress is progress).

Can you elaborate on my long long question/story here and maybe explain to me how your way of building up to certain skills and goals forgoes and whether I should purchase your course? I need a physical training plan to stay motivated, I've got a vague one planned myself (locomotion progression/ calisthenics based on Steven Low) but would invest into yours if it seems fitting.


CabinLife2012 says:

Your philosophy can be applied to health in general. People ask, "how do I lose weight?" Or "how do I lose my belly fat?" Its a mindset, it's not a quick fix…you have to change your thinking, then the behaviour changes…this was an awesome video, you are spot on!

A.C.A:1995 says:

Where on your website can i find the program for OAC One Arm Chin up the download file like how many times a week volume and intensity etc.

Joan Andrade says:

Me enamoras, eres IncreΓ­ble un ejemplo a seguir muy afortunada tu pareja, exitos campeon.

pkp2r4 says:

You're the best. Keep up the good work.

Noah Hughes says:

One day I think it would be really cool if you made a video in your native language with subtitles in English! Great content, as usual – thank you.

Julian Alexander says:

I agree with what you said. If you look at ballet dancers, divers, athletes, who rarely do isolation ab exercises, have formidable six packs, even the women in these discipline.

IW Nunn says:

Show off! Need someone to sit on your feet??

Cynthia V says:

Eres muy guapo. 😍😍😍

utax multiservicios says:

I love your videos. Very inspiring

Christopher Moffitt says:

Sixpack is overrated. Unless it's natural one has to change priorities in life, like you. The amount of videos you place, together with all the diets videos it is obvious that even you are totally obsessed with the "looks". So much so that you have a shoulder injury which you are not addressing. A word from a sportive and happy older guy. Live healthy, be active, do. some sports but do not become obsessed. That is unhealthy.

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