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Men’s Health: 6 Weeks to a 6 Pack: Sculpt rock-hard abs with the fastest muscle-up, slim-down program ever created!

July 24th, 2013 Comments off

Title : Men’s Health: 6 Weeks to a 6 Pack: Sculpt rock-hard abs with the fastest muscle-up, slim-down program ever created!
ASIN : B004EYSWJ4



Are you ready to take your shirt off at the beach? Men’s Health: 6 Weeks to a 6-Pack will help you get there. It’s the magazine’s newest step-by-step program for losing belly fat and building abs that show! Drawing from the latest research in exercise physiology and nutrition, it provides the most cutting-edge advice and action plans for sculpting rock-hard abs by the time you hit the sand. What’s inside: workouts that can burn up 200 calories in just 8 minutes; dozens of science-backed secrets for boosting metabolism and targeting belly fat; core workouts that will whip anyone into shape; dozens of belly-shedding recipes and nutrition tips; and instructional photos of 50 all-time best abs exercises. Plus, a special bonus chapter: 100 world-class workout secrets from America’s top trainers. Edited by New York Times best-selling author of The Belly Off! Diet, Jeff Csatari, Men’s Health: 6 Weeks to a 6-Pack is designed to help you turn stubborn belly fat into lean, hard muscle.


Consumer Review
This is how you get a six pack
I’ve been training for about 9 years now and while I’ve never competed, I’ve dieted down to 5-6 % body fat levels just to see what it takes.

I bought this book simply because I like to get more educated in the field and found it very comprehensive and full of helpful tips and advice on how to get lean. The title is a bit misleading in that it can take longer than 6 weeks to see your abs depending on what kind of shape you’re in when you begin, but I think we all know that it’s just a marketing angle.

Getting shredded really is just a matter of arithmetic: you need to expend more calories than you consume. If you don’t follow this simple principle, no amount of crunches will matter. The bottom line is you need to restrict your caloric intake and exercise to burn more calories. When you do it right, your body burns fat and (for the most part) preserves muscle. You can also use fat-burning supplements to increase the number of calories your body burns each day, but…

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