Working as a personal trainer/fitness counselor and reading volumes
of fitness publications over the years, I’ve noticed that the majority of
fitness related questions that I see and hear most frequently revolve
around the abdominals. As the centerpiece of the human physique,
the aesthetically pleasing abdominals have become the obsession of
most people that are concerned about their physical appearance.
However, with modern day culture giving us more opportunities to do
less physical work and eat more highly processed super-sized meals
with increasing convenience, it has become progressively more difficult
and frustrating for the majority of people to obtain anything even closely
resembling a six-pack.
To make things worse, we are bombarded by so many “magic pills”,
ab gadgets, and diets claiming to give you a ripped set of abs that the average
consumer can’t make heads or tails over what works and what doesn’t.
Just look at all of the conflicting popular diets on the market today.
One claims that a low carb diet is the only way to lose weight, another says
low fat is the best, and yet another claims that a vegetarian diet is the only way to go.
And as for all of the ab gadgets that unscrupulous marketers are trying to say are the
secret to a six pack; well, most of them are flat out worthless junk!
The fact is that most people are looking for that quick fix for which they are not going
to have to change anything else in their lives; yet remarkably, that quick fix is going to
give them six pack abs overnight. Well, the bad news is that no such thing exists on
the market today. The good news is that a tight ripped set of abs is definitely attainable
to most people (regardless of genetics) if you follow some sound training advice and follow
a healthy diet that promotes body fat loss. I have even seen people who have turned some
pretty large beer guts into six packs with some hard work and discipline. It just takes time.
The good news is that healthy eating can actually be enjoyable and doesn’t have to feel restrictive.
It just takes a little knowledge on choosing the right foods, eating at the right times, and eating the
right quantities and proportions. You will actually feel more energized and more productive each
and every day by following a balanced diet as I will present within this book.
In addition, your training program doesn’t have to feel like a chore. It should be fun
and challenge you to improve over time.
I have written this all-encompassing guide to bringing out your hidden set of six-pack
abs to once and for all clear up all of the confusion and give every reader a step-by-step
guide to follow and a clear understanding of the truth about six-pack abs.
Besides the head turning appeal of a great set of abs, a well developed midsection has many
other benefits such as supporting a healthy back and improving athletic performance.
Body fat reduction has many benefits as well, such as reducing the risk of heart disease,
type II diabetes, and many types of cancer. Since the likely reason you picked up this manual
has to do with concern over physical appearance, I’ll spare you the talk about all of the other health benefits
of body fat reduction and abdominal development. All of the health benefits could encompass another entire book.
Before getting into the all the details of this manual, I will say that the most important aspect of life regarding the
benefits of fitness, where good health, physical appearance, and the ability to perform physical
tasks all come together, is in “quality of life”. That’s what fitness is really all about. Bear in mind, the reason
so few people have a nice set of abs is that it doesn’t happen overnight and it’s not easy to stay lean in today’s culture.
However, with some dietary discipline and an effective training program, it actually becomes quite easy to attain those
coveted six-pack abs. So read on, and I guarantee that if you implement the strategic tips I’m going to give you about
body fat reduction and abdominal development, you’ll be on your way to showing off a ripped set of abs!