The Truth About Six Pack Abs – Review
There has been so much buzz about Mike Geary’s outstanding Ebook, The Truth About Six Pack Abs. Those who have read it (like me), attest to the fact that it is so much more than an ‘Abs book’. He does such a thorough job of explaining virtually everything you need to know about building an attractive six-pack abs. In fact, most fitness experts are scared to recommend his ebook because they know you would have no need for their services afterwards.
If you are still undecided about purchasing his program, don’t be- I can say without any element of doubt that it is worth every penny. Every single second spent wondering if it would actually work is time that could have been invested in apply the viable principles outlined in his ebook, and starting you on the path towards getting those six-packs you have always dreamed of having.
An Overview of the Truth About Six Pack Abs
Mike Geary is a qualified nutritionist and personal trainer, with a writing style that is so easy to understand, so at whatever level you are, it is easy to comprehend what he is talking about. His Ebook, Truth About Six-Pack Abs is a 140+ page of scientifically verified, experience-based information that is bound to stand the test of time. Also included are six other decent free Ebooks.
Here is a little secret to whet your appetite in advance- it’s about what Geary says about getting cool abs, and it is not about the popular ideas like ab exercises or running marathons. It is about diet and metabolism, which can be improved by weight training. He is so right! We have been told by the ‘experts’ that to get the perfect six-pack abs, you need to do 30 minutes of ab crunches, and run 5-6 miles daily. He totally debunks all of that and clearly spells out the whole truth in his Ebook.
He explains in a manner easy to understand, what healthy fats are and what kind of balance is required between proteins and carbohydrates. But then, he quickly points out that there is no diet that is a one-size-fits all. He also talks extensively about how the processed food industry is not helping matters at all- producing packaged food that is so bad for you. He encourages the consumption of organic food, and grass fed beef, which is a nice idea if you can find it close to you and at a reasonable price. He however talks about healthy eating habits you can adopt without having to spend too much. There are up to 70 meal plans, and he goes on to explain the pros and cons of meal prep methods.
Geary talks about the anatomy of abs and their purpose. He rightly stresses the fact that when you exercise your abs, you should do your weight training first I order to prevent your abs from getting fatigued when you are doing your lifting.
He does include some cool ab exercises with pictures, and shows you how to do these exercises without hurting your back. He talks about ab-focused exercises, and provides a summary of the basic weight training exercises. This is part of what makes the Truth About Six-Pack Abs so amazing- it is an all round fitness plan, and not just diet and ab exercises.
He flawlessly describes the right weight training exercises to do and how they are done, and then organizes it all together into a multi-week training program. And he provides several variations, so that you can stick to what works best for you. His techniques work well for both men and women, and includes exercises that you can do from home, for those who don’t want to go to the gym.
- It has been a weight-loss and muscle building best-seller since 2007.
- It works for both men and women.
- A tested, proven, and effective diet plan.
- It comes with a 60-day money back guarantee.
- The Ebook cover does not look attractive at all.
- It does not come with a forum that would help you get inspired and motivated.
- Some of the recommended food are quite expensive in some parts of the world( although, there are some affordable alternatives).