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Dynamic Six Pack Abs

You’re reading this right now because you’re fed up with the size and look of your gut, am I right? Well, welcome to Dynamic Six Pack Abs.

First off, let’s not sugar coat it. You have too much fat, you don’t have a six-pack and you’re sick and tired of it. You want the body of a twenty year old, and who doesn’t? You want to change. The good news is that you’ve come to the right place.

What you’re going to learn in this book isn’t going to shock you, and it’s not even going to cause you to shout ah-ha! You know why? Because you already intuitively ‘know’ everything in this book. I can convincingly say that because your body already knows how to get a six pack … you’re just not listening to it.

Don’t worry, I’m going to remind you how to get that body you’ve always wanted. I’m going to decipher your body’s codes for you so that you never mistake them again.

Think that sounds crazy? Your body talks to you all the time. When you’re hungry, your body is telling you to eat. When you’re thirsty, your body’s telling you to drink. The problem is that our world is just too noisy to listen to our bodies, and besides, the pizza delivery man is going to be here in twenty minutes. Do you get what I’m saying?

You know how to get a six pack, but your lack of motivation coupled with our lack of healthy eating habits has prevented you from getting that body you covet so badly.

You will have that body. But have you ever wondered why you want that body so badly in the first place?

It’s Great to Have a Six Pack

Six packs are the thing to have, according to the media, the fitness industry, and every other industry that has to do with reaching out to the masses. And we have come to expect six packs from those industries.

When we at home see someone on TV take their shirt off, and they don’t have a six pack, it’s not uncommon for at least one person in the room to say, “Ew.” That happens all the time, and most of the time the person saying it doesn’t even have a six pack.

The point is that the media, the TV, movies, magazines, and everything else that’s designed for mass consumption, is skewing our views for what’s normal in our society.

If we listened to the media, everyone on the planet would be weak and inferior. Why? Because most people don’t have six pack abs. Don’t believe me? Think of how the media portrays people of power or influence. They almost always have a six pack.

Six Pack Abs

Having a six pack will also get you noticed.

Tarzan had a six pack, every warrior in the movie ‘300’ had a six pack and even the Twilight movies show six pack abs almost completely throughout. And that’s just counting the men. Nowadays it’s not uncommon for women celebrities to sport a six pack, too.

That’s because six packs signify power, sexiness and our media is letting us know that having them means that we’re special. We’re not just common; we’re someone to be respected. That is how the media depicts people with six pack abs.

But the truth is, having a six pack is healthy, too.

It’s Good for Your Health

Having a six pack means you have strong abdominal muscles. When you strengthen those muscles, you essentially help your back perform better. You will sit up straighter, you will walk straighter, and you’ll have fewer, if any, back problems in the future.

If you have a bad back, and you follow the information in this eBook, your back pain could literally disappear. It’s amazing how getting in shape can cure many of our ailments.

The fact is, having just a little bit of fat on your midsection can make you susceptible to sickness and disease. When you get your six pack, you will feel healthy for the first time in a long time. You’ll find that you get sick less often, if you get sick at all, and you’ll have an easier time warding off certain diseases like cancer.

But probably the most important aspect of getting a six pack is that it has such a great effect on your attitude and overall mental health. There are a record number of people suffering from depression in this world. We’re also getting fatter by the year. Could the two be intertwined? I know when I gain a few pounds I feel pretty bad. The world isn’t just gaining a few pounds, however, it’s facing obesity on an epidemic level.

So it’s no wonder the world is depressed. If you feel down more times than you feel good, you just might be able to get out of your funk by finally attaining a six pack.

While I’m not saying that having a six pack will cure mental illness, not by any means, I’m merely saying that having a six pack will improve your outlook on life exponentially….

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The Best Kept Fat Loss Secrets for Six-Pack Abs and a Flat Stomach

An interview with Mike Geary – Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer

I had the pleasure of being interviewed recently by a fitness professional from NYC, Certified Personal Trainer, Geovanni Derice. The interview is below and I think you’re going to like it… I reveal some of the hardest hitting strategies for getting rid of that stubborn stomach fat to uncover those flat six pack abs that everyone wants.

GD: Welcome Mike to our 4-ever-Toned Fitness Journal. For those who do not know you, please tell us a few things about yourself and how you can help our readers with their fitness and health.

MG: Thanks for having me, Geo. Well, to go back a little, I have been heavily involved in fitness and sports for about 20 years now, ever since I was a teenager. Being involved in sports in high school got me interested in strength training and conditioning.

At that point, once I started feeling more energetic, getting stronger, and looking better, I was instantly hooked for life. I’m 36 now and still addicted to the way living a healthy and fit lifestyle makes me feel energetic, confident, strong, and youthful on a daily basis.

I decided earlier in my 20’s that I wanted to make the commitment to help other people experience the excitement of being fit and getting in the best shape of their lives, especially since we’ve reached an epidemic of obesity, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, depression, etc. That’s why I became a fitness professional. It just gives me so much satisfaction to help others, who have struggled for years to get in good shape, and show them that it can be done, and it can be fun in the process.

I’ve expanded over the years from just reaching local individuals with personal training, into being able to help people all over the globe achieve their fitness goals with the reach of the internet. I only hope that my passion for fitness inspires people to take action and improve how they look and feel for life.

GD: Now Mike, there’s so many things out there as to what works and what does not work…

GM: the first and most important thing to get control of to be able to lose your belly fat and get flat abs is cleaning up your diet. Exercise is important, but your diet is king When it comes to losing body fat so you can see your abs.

There’s so much confusion these days about what a healthy diet plan that promotes fat loss really is… after all, we are bombarded by conflicting messages in media about what is healthy and what’s not, and you’ve got All of these gimmicky diet books about low carb, low fat, high protein, vegetarian, fasting, atkins, south beach, liquid diets, and hundreds more. There’s so much conflicting info, that the average consumer doesn’t even know how to start When it comes to eating for fat loss.

Next that works over and over again, is to pay attention to the intensity of your workouts and focus on working the body in general to be able to obtain the best metabolic response to lose that stubborn stomach fat.

In order to really get lean, the workouts should have a superior intensity, with short rest periods, working the largest muscle groups of the body, instead of trying to isolate specific small muscles like the biceps, triceps, or calves.

For the third thing, let’s talk about actually training the abs specifically. As it pertains to training the abs, If you want real results, I always recommend forgetting about the crunches and situps which are more part. They are ok for someone that is really deconditioned, but most people that already have some training under their belt need a far greater stimulus for their abs than crunches. Crunches are among the abs exercises that actually provide the least amount of resistance, and remember that resistance is what develops and tones the muscles.

I provide a ton of great abs exercises in my book, but one of THE highest resistance exercises for the abs, is hanging leg raises (but NOT the way you see most people at the gym doing them). The key to doing these and actually working the hell out of your abs is to curl your pelvis up as you raise your legs. Almost nobody ever does this right. To be honest, the majority of people cannot do this at first, but I provide some strategies In my book as to how to progress to doing these correctly…. Discover All The Secrets Here….