Truth About Six Pack Abs Review
Scam Or Amazing Book?
The book Truth about six pack abs is one book in the ocean of abs books out there on the Internet. The vast majority are nothing but washed up and copied versions of one another.
Review by: Jeremy Reeves
Finding true gems is rare anymore, and it really only happens if someone recommends a book to you. When a friend referred me to "The Truth About Six Pack Abs". I thought it was a big hyped scam book, and later I found out that it's definitely not a scammy book!
In fact, it's one of the best selling books on weight loss in Internet history. Try it out for 8 weeks. If it's not for you, you can get 100% of your money back, no questions asked.
Note: This book is an "ebook", meaning that it's an electronic version, you can download it right away and read it from your own computer.
I don't care too much about actual "6 pack abs", simply because I don't quite have the discipline to eat that good. However, I figured if the program is good enough to give me 6 pack abs, I might as well follow what it says to lose the weight I wanted to lose!
One thing that caught my eye was the fact that he kept mentioning how there were a lot of myths about losing fat. Especially how there were certain chemicals in our food that were making us fat that most people don't even know about!
(By the way, once I learned this and took them out of my diet, I lost fat slowly)
So anyway, I was a bit nervous but I purchased the book anyway and started reading.
After all, nothing good ever happens without taking some action -
The Truth About 6-Pack Abs
This book is jam-packed full of 140 pages worth of nutrition and exercise information. And in case you're wondering, yes, there are certain types of exercises you need to know how to do if you want to exercise lasting weight loss.
In fact his chapter on "compounds" is very interesting. This is something I'd never heard of, and I've been studying health and nutrition for years! He also gives you diet and meal suggestions so the guesswork is taken out for you. One of my favorite parts of the book is when he actually lists over 20 different exercises that are rated the best ab exercises out there.
When describing these he gives you clear, colored pictures so you can see exactly how to do them as well. Another thing he mentions is how there is a huge myth that ladies should train different than men. This is simply not the case, rather it's just a social stigma that needs to be dissolved.
Ladies, don't be turned off by the name of the book. He made this book for men and women!
Crunches are not the answer, and one way to find out what will truly get you in great shape is to read the book. I get questions constantly for nutrition and strength training advice, and I can honestly say that this is a book that I will always recommend.
No matter what age, what gender, or how much weight you need to lose, this book will help you on your journey.
To get your copy right now, go to
The Truth About Six Pack Abs
and watch your waistline widdle away until it's to the point you want it to be!