Also building up broad obliques ruins the V-taper for men and the waist-to-hip ratio for women. Women also have more trouble than guys maintaining a low enough body fat percentage to keep abs visible, and if you have muscular abs under a thin layer of fat then you just look extra fat -- again messing up the waist-to-hip ratio.

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