Reviewer: Elliot Erikson
Product Reviewed: The Truth About Abs by Mike Geary
Usually, ab books are all the same. They say “crunch” so you crunch. They say “twist” so you twist. They say “this magical contraption will solve all of your problems” so you buy it, try it and you’re still back to square one.
So you can see why originally I was very skeptical about this book. The website looks like The Truth About Abs is a very overly hyped program with lots of scantily clad near naked bodies. But, Mike Geary’s book came with a five star recommendation from a friend, so I decided to take it for a test drive. A very skeptical test drive.
So what did I find out about this ebook? The Truth About Abs really surprised me. Mike Geary knows what he is talking about. This is a solid 142 page manual on the best way to get six pack abs. To accomplish this, Mike writes an in-depth discussion about food, secrets about what to eat and exactly how to workout to make peoples abdominals show.
He provides lots of different options for workouts, with 6 different training routines for different targeted body goals.
There are quite a few bonuses also, like a metabolic calculator, book on training nutrition, smoothie recipe book, flexibility book, book about staircase exercises a cool little spreadsheet with card game exercises, and another separate book with additional stability ball exercises.
This book is very readable also, Mike writes in a very conversational tone that is easy to understand and be drawn in by. He makes getting a six pack seem less like climbing mount Everest and more like the bunny slope. While I realize that getting a six pack and leaning out aren’t super easy things to do, the author does a really good job of providing a road map.
Mike starts out with a discussion of workout equipment and what you’ll need to complete the program. He moves to a very interesting discussion about food, junk, what processed foods do to your body and how to eat to get lean. The food discussion was particularly interesting for me because it really feel in step with the way that I’ve been taught to eat clean. I really felt like I was getting the information ‘under the hood’ about clean eating, which is something I’ve never really had explained to me.
Another important thing to mention is that the book can be a little intimidating for the ladies who are the people most often overlooked when it comes to solid fitness methods. Mike counters that problem by using Holly Rigsby from Fit Yummy Mummy to be a fitness model for the portion of the book that shows the exercise demonstrations.
The message here is clear: whether you’re male or female, this program can get you the body you want. It is important for women to not be scared off by the terminology or the frequent mentions of “your six pack”. This program will work well for toning up and getting a flat stomach, regardless of whether or not you actually want showy abs. You can indeed tone your tummy and avoid pricey pills and supplements using Mike Geary’s Truth About Abs program.
The bottom line is that The Truth About Abs plan will definitely get you the abs you want if you follow the program. This is definitely not a shallow quick fix that will lead you back to square one if you follow it the way that Mike Geary intended it. This plan is meant to be absorbed, made part of your DNA, and change the way that you eat, so that you don’t just get that six pack and then lose it once you get to the top of the hill.
The only caveat about this program is that it definitely will take work on your part. It is a comprehensive and complete blueprint for 6 pack abs, but to get the flat stomach you’ve always wanted, you’ll definitely need to implement the things in this book. I hope you enjoyed this Mike Geary review of The Truth About Six Pack Abs.
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