ABS for Life: The No. 1 Solution on How to Get Six Pack Abs
When you think of abs you most likely think of magazine models with abs so tight you could grate cheese on them! Your pessimistic side may also think of bland diets and endless hours in the gym. Therefore, you assume abs are reserved only for models, bodybuilders or Hollywood celebrities. Not true! This book is going to take your average body and turn it into something you never thought possible. Finally separating the facts from the fiction, the Abs for Life System is your complete body makeover manual to lose that unwanted fat and uncover those abs you never knew you had. The book features the Lean for Life Nutrition System which combines a unique carb rotation method, proven to get lean and stay lean. The book also incorporates The Lean Muscle Plan, which is a Weight Training System to build, sculpt and tone your entire physique. No stone is left unturned with the Abs for Life System, it is without doubt the most comprehensive Body Makeover System to date!
The reason I like this book is because....
By Ned Middleton - January 14, 2011
Fitness is a personal thing. It is a frame of mind and, for those reasons I will draw on my own years of experience with fitness for this review so that you can see where I am coming from. I joined the British army at the age of 15 and enjoyed a great career. I was regimental champion at middle and long distance running (mile, 1500m, 5,000m, cross country etc) and even passed SAS Selection just to serve alongside those elite soldiers. I also served with all three battalions of the Parachute Regiment. I retired from the army in 1993 and still work very hard at keeping fit. In May 2010 I turned 60 years old and I am still a regular visitor to my local Gym.
For far too many years, however, I thought good Abdominal muscles were achieved through hundreds of sit-ups and the degree of severity of those sit-ups. What started (many years ago) as a straight forward routine gradually got more difficult as the foot of my sit-up bench was raised more and more until I was doing 100... read more
If you want abs buy this book
By Mr. Matthew Shaw - December 12, 2008
I used to often buy all the workout magazines you see in the stores. Abs in 4 weeks! Eat the junk and still get a six pack! All these cover stories get you to buy the magazine, but in reality these are unrealistic goals. Sure if you run 15 miles a days and were to eat just grapes and prune juice you would lose weight, but hardly anyone has the time to do these plans or would want to eat such boring food for any protracted period of time. I have brought many workout books over the years and they tend to concentrate on the exercises and when it comes to diet its eat more protein, eat less junk, thanks for the cash, see you later.
This book is different. Unlike the recycled articles in the magazines written by pot-bellied journalists, this book is written by Neil Frost a man not scared to show a picture of himself and the results he has achieved following his own program. Achieving a six pack is within your grasp if you have the discipline to stick to the principles laid... read more
A Great Investment!
By Ricardo Fernandez - December 10, 2008
I have just started following the Abs for Life System for about 3 weeks now and I've lost 9 pounds and an inch off my waist so far. I have trained on and off for about ten years now and this is no word of a lie, I've actually learned more from reading this book than I have in those ten years of reading all the fitness mags. I like the fact that although the book emphasizes on getting abs, it also provides a plan for building muscle all over your body. Myself and a few buddies at my gym have all been following the muscle building plan contained in the book.
Nutrition is covered extensively. As the author points out, forget sculpting great abs and a great body if you cannot nail your diet. I have learned so much about food I could write my own book on the topic! The meal suggestions were great and especially liked the guilt free desserts that were listed.
I like the approach of this system as it is maintainable not just short term, but I can see myself sticking to... read more