Training Program Overview
Your Next 30 Days:
How often do you find yourself wishing that you had a flatter stomach, a tighter midsection, and more visible abdominal muscles? Maybe it comes to mind every time you are standing in the bathroom mirror, or whenever you buckle the seatbelt in your car. You may feel like you don’t have the extra time in your day to train, but consider this: Getting in shape and sparing yourself those minutes of unfulfilled desire will actually make you feel like you have saved time. If you can swap that 20 minutes a day of wishing you looked better with 20 minutes of work, the problem takes care of itself.*
This program has everything you need to get your hidden abs to pop out in full 4-D glory. If you follow this program for 30 days, your abs will be harder, more defined, and more visible than they were before.*
The ab training protocol is broken into three categories for a total of five workouts a week: Abs Ripper, Iron Core, and Abs In Motion. Each category focuses on different muscle fibers in the midsection, which allows the user to work their abs several times a week without overly exhausting the same muscle units. You simply choose three to four moves per day and perform them in circuit style after your main training program (chest, back, legs, etc.). This freedom of choice circumvents boredom and stagnation and allows the user to work around any existing injuries. Two days of traditional cardio and one day of high-intensity interval training support the fat loss and conditioning that will help bring the abs into sharp relief.*
You should consult your physician or other healthcare professional before starting this or any other fitness program to determine if it is right for your needs. This is particularly true if you (or your family) have a history of high blood pressure or heart disease, or if you have ever experienced chest pain when exercising or have experienced chest pain in the past month when not engaged in physical activity, smoke, have high cholesterol, are obese, or have a bone or joint problem that could be made worse by a change in physical activity. Do not start this fitness program if your physician or health care provider advises against it. If you experience faintness, dizziness, pain or shortness of breath at any time while exercising you should stop immediately.
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