Do you think you know the reason that you can’t see your abs? Because you don’t do enough crunches? Because you haven’t been to the gym in a while? Both are wrong. The real truth is about to be revealed to you.
Mike, the creator of the Truth About Six Pack Abs program and book is a guru of the subject. He got this status because he is knowledgeable and has extensive experience with all of this having been a Personal Trainer for over Ten Years now, as well as being a Nutrition Specialist.
He has trained everybody, in every body type that you can think of. He has trained scrawny teenagers that wanted to buff up a little bit, he’s trained bored and lonely housewives as well as office executives that don’t have time to work out every week. He has even helped out senior citizens that have wanted to remain active and healthy at their age.
If that doesn’t make you believe in the program, you can ask any of the over two hundred thousand people that subscribe to Mike’s Abs Mailing List. Two hundred thousand people that live in over one hundred and fifty different countries! So if you think that you are unable to get a Six Pack and show it off you are wrong. Mike has helped every type of problem, and can answer your questions. He has seen a variety of different problems and situations, and has helped people through all of them.
The first thing that you need to learn about the program is that everything you know about working out has been told by people who don’t want to help you. They just want to steal your money. Mike’s method’s don’t contain a weird contraption of expensive piece of equipment that doesn’t work in the end anyway. It doesn’t take any special pill or diet plan besides eating regularly and sensibly healthy.
The second thing you need to know is that you already have abs for the most part. You do have abs underneath that belly fat. But that is the reason you can’t see it, evil belly fat! With this program you will do both work out your abs, as well as do strength and resistance training that will convince you to leave cardio work outs for ever! You don’t need to do forty five minutes to an hour of cardio for anything! Resistance training will have sweat dripping down your body within minutes, and you will get your heart pumping much faster than a traditional cardio workout of an hour on a bike.
The Truth About Six Pack Abs
People are impressed by six pack abs and want to have them, however, they have no idea
how to get them. The basic concept is simple, but putting the concept into action is not
simple at all. The basic concept to achieving six pack abs is to strengthen your abdominal
muscles and lose body fat. This will take dedication, willpower, patience and time, so you
need to be prepared to put in the effort for the results. Building six pack abs, very toned
abdominal muscles, requires work through exercise and diet. The most defined abdominal
muscles will never show through a layer of fat covering them.
Your body’s core is the area around your trunk and pelvis. When you have good core
stability, all the muscles in your pelvis, lower back, hips and abdomen work in harmony
together. Strong core muscles make it easier to do most physical activities — like
throwing a ball, getting a glass off the top shelf, or bending down to tie your shoes. Weak
core muscles leave you susceptible to poor posture, lower back pain and muscle injuries.
There are three important things to remember about core exercises: lifting your legs off
the ground strengthens your lower abdomen; lifting your upper torso off the ground,
strengthens your upper abdomen; twisting from side to side strengthens your obliques,
muscles on either side of your stomach.
Exercises that strengthen core muscles:
Crunches: Lie on the floor (with or without a mat) and cross your arms in front of your
chest. Bend your knees up as far as they go.Do not place both hands behind
your head, as this can cause lower back problems by pulling on your head and
Sit Ups: Lie on the floor, feet on the floor, knees up and fingers placed behind your ears
or hands crossed on your chest. Sit all the way up, lifting your lower back off
the floor along with your shoulder blades. Lower yourself down.
Leg Lifts: Lie on the floor, legs straight out, hands at your sides. Lift your legs straight up
(not bending your knees at all) until they’re at a 90 degree angle. Lower your
legs without letting your legs touch the floor.
Training your oblique muscles is not as important at first, but eventually will be. These are
the muscles to either side of your stomach. There are multiple ways to do this, and
anything that includes twisting your torso against a resistance will work the obliques.
Diet and nutrition is an important element in building six pack abs. The secret to six pack
abs is to build muscle and lose body fat. All the exercise in the world will not work
without attention to your diet and proper nutrition to fuel the body. You should
concentrate on a leaner diet, plenty of protein and greens, with restrictions on sugar and
carbohydrates. Just as building six pack abs requires dedication, willpower, and patience,
so will implementing good nutrition. It is all a continuing process.
or a treadmill.
So get on the mailing list and get the book, learn the program, lose that belly fat and show off those abs that you’ve had for a long time now!