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You do need to increase the size of your Rectus Abdominis muscle in order to have deep abs. You also are going to want to increase the density or “hardness” of your abs. This is why it is important to do both high rep as well as low rep training. Won't increasing the size of the abs give me a belly? I think a lot of people are worried that they will wind up with those nasty “bodybuilder abs”...where there is a ripped six pack...but the guy looks like he is pregnant. This is called a distended stomach. A distended stomach is NOT caused by developed ab muscles. Typically this is a steroid side effect...especially if the person has low body fat and looks 6 months pregnant. The funny thing is that almost every top “professional” bodybuilder has this to a certain extent (...and yes they ALL use steroids these days). Eugen Sandow (1867-1925) Before steroids, distended stomachs were unheard of on guys who trained to get in peak condition. Here is an example of ab muscles that are developed to the max. If you can get over his funny hair and mustache, you are looking at a seriously impressive physique. In fact, he is sporting some amazing abs. Eugen Sandow is my role model when it comes to ab development. Some exercises naturally lend themselves to higher or lower rep ranges. We will discuss this in further detail once we hit the specific workouts. 29