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The Truth About Abs Review: Does It Work?

Thursday, January 13, 2011

In writing the Truth About Abs review I knew I was taking on one of the the most successful exercise programs online and an international bestseller in its category, because the primary focus is on building "Six Pack" abs. The approach builds on the most popular diets that focus on eating healthy foods and incorporating that with much targeted muscle resistance and aerobic cardio training. The goal is to increase your metabolism by increasing fat burning muscle, with the unique focus on exercising your abs. This exercise based diet approach has been advanced in different ways by several bestselling authors and fitness experts over the past 15 years - and with good reason - its works!

The Good

  • I applaud Truth About Abs author and creator, Mike Geary, for separate men's and women's approaches which are presented on his online diet portal.

  • Exercises are muscle building and short duration circuit training which makes consistent exercise achievable. The ab focused muscle building exercises are also well explained and easy to follow.

  • No long "cardio only" workouts which don't work for fat loss (a recurring theme seen in the best programs).

  • A health oriented diet that doesn't ban carbs, in fact you get to eat them. Most medical and health experts advise not going into Ketosis (eliminating carbs from your diet) as it is not healthy for any diet, regardless of the short term weight you can lose - something that I confirmed in writing the Truth About Abs review.

The Bad

  • There is a focus on eating natural and unprocessed foods as much as possible. While that's a positive, if you are just starting out it takes some adjusting.

  • You do have to do some cardio and a lot of people don't want to. That makes this program very targeted for getting good abs, as not everyone will do this and you don't have to do this simply to lose weight.

If you are looking to build six pack abs this program does it. It is healthy and safe approach to follow both nutritionally and from an exercise perspective. However, this is a very "ab focused" program so you if you are simply looking to lose weight this may not be the best approach for you as there are other equally popular diets that are more focused on long-term weight loss and management. People that older (ages 45 and up) probably won't have as much success as younger age groups with this approach either due to the physical fitness aspect. That said, doing the Truth about Abs review and program leads us to absolutely recommend the overall approach. And if you are looking to build up you abs this program can help you succeed.

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