Your excellent workout
routine always needs goals, so set a new goal as soon as you have achieved an old one. Reaching a goal feels great, and you deserve to feel proud of your accomplishment. Just remember that building muscle is a process that you can keep working at indefinitely, as long as you have a fresh goal to aim for.
I have been on your Truth about six pack abs program for 7 weeks now and i've successfully dropped 20 pounds of body fat so far! My workout and eating habits have improved greatly based on your advice in the book and email newsletters. I feel like a new man! Thank you for everything.
Following your program I am certainly getting the heart pumping and the sweat is flowing like I've never felt before. It feels great. Thanks, and I will keep you posted!
There are many exercises that you can use but choose one that you feel comfortable with. It will help you to be more successful when you have a plan that you can stick with for a long period of time.
Free weights is the best way to Build muscle, while exercise machines do their work, it's made for the masses and cannot fully stimulate your muscles. Some of the best free weight exercises are compound (involving multiple muscle groups) and they are: Dead Lift, Squat, Bench Press, Pull Up & Rows. Compound exercises allow you to lift heavier weights, because more muscles are involved, and in turn build muscle mass faster.
6 pack abs is achievable by anyone. In certain extend it is yes. Unfortunately this is something very depending
on genetics. Your six packs may not be that flat as the other guy. Your six pack may not be looking as that movie 300. Your body structure is big factor in your abs appearance. Don't get discouraged - you can achieve A LOT if you train your abs the right way. Even more than you possibly suspect.
I was also just reading over the nutrition section of your book and I'm very impressed with the detail given, particularly since diet has been a confusing topic for me. You really made it all seem a lot more simple, and I learned a lot. Thanks for a great resource!