Of course you do. They're fun to look at, fun to play with, and I'm not going to lie, they are fun to own. I owe a lot to my abs. They've made me memorable, they've made me money, and I'm 99% sure that my wife wouldn't have married me unless all 8 were present and accounted for on the blessed day. I'm not trying to brag, I'm just saying, life is better with abs.
Here's a template of how I got mine, with variations underneath:
*walk dogs 20 mins
*walk 20 mins to gym
7:30am - Workout: Supersetted, 3 sets, 8-10 reps of: Back squats/Pullups, Deadlift/Bench Press, Db Shoulder Press/Any ab exercise (20 reps), EPIQ Rush w/500mL water
7:30pm - 1 cup cooked brown rice, 1 scoop EPIQ Isolate Vanilla, Chia seeds, Raisins, Cinnamon, 250mL water
*walk dogs 30 mins
Variations I subscribe to a nutritional technique called "Intermittend Fasting". Basically, I have an 8 hour window throught the day in which I can eat. This method has been shown to enhance muscle growth, increase fat burning, and fight diseases such as diabetes and cancer. For more information on INTERMITTENT FASTING, follow the link!
Dinner: 1) Turkey bacon, chicken cesar salad with a vinaigrette cesar dressing 2) Ground turkey, rice pasta penne with tomatoe sauce and green peas 3) Bass or Tilapia filet on Quinoa and Edamame beans 4) Iceberg lettuce salad bun, chicken burger with avocado, turkey bacon and grated cheese, and baked potatoe wedges 5) Shredded chicken pita with green peppers, cucumbers, spinach, vinaigrette, and carrots 6) the occasional pepperoni pizza or 7) salmon burger on sliders (2 or 3 times per month on a Friday).
Workouts: I workout 4 or 5 times per week in the gym and practice/play a sport once twice per week. My workouts involve as little rest as possible and are ALWAYS super-setted, but they rarely last more than 50 minutes in length.
Abs are about quality, not quantity: It's about the quality of your workout and about the quality of food you eat.