If you’ve never heard of Mike Geary, he is the author of the popular fitness book “The Truth About Six Pack Abs. Mike is a college-educated, dually certified personal trainer. What does a dual personal certification mean? It means he’s really put his time into learning the art of fitness professionally, it also means he has quite a few letters after his name. When you see his book, his name is listed as Mike Geary NCSF-CPT, AFAA CPT. This means he holds a g3q 9r2 ru and a 18238rqef . Geary seeks to impart his knowledge to those who want to know the REAL story behind building the ever-coveted six-pack.
The Truth About Six-Pack Abs takes all of the common fitness preconceptions and misinformation about effective stomach training examines/exposes them. Ab training is arguably one of the major fitness areas that both men and women, the world over, have an interest in.
In addition to discussing many of the issues associated with abdominal training, Mike does solid job of providing dietary tips that can be trusted. He discloses the what works and what doesn’t when attempting to build the ripped midsection you desire. Combining this with a series of effective exercises makes this a comprehensive solution to ab training.
As with any training guide some aspects are subject to your own interpretation. For example Mike’s approach doesn’t encourage the situps, the crunches, the roman chair situps, or the plethora of abdominal devices on the market today. His book shows the reader, exercise regimens (some of them non-traditional) that he feels will be more effective at attaining your six-pack. I personally to find anything wrong with crunches or situps (I think they’re quite effective if done properly), but it’s always nice to see a new spin on how to address a common issue.
Mike’s dietary advice caters to the bodybuilding professional but can be useful for all levels. Bodybuilders are the stars, the peak examples of physical condition; but even if you don’t reach the stars you can at least make it to the clouds, right?
The Truth About Six-Pack Abs stresses the importance of fat-burning exercise. Having low body fat levels is truly one of the keys to getting abs that show. Geary’s book provides a plan to follow to help reveal the abdominal muscles that hide so sneakily under those subcutaneous layers of fat.
There are numerous sites that have reviewed The Truth About Six-Pack Abs, and so many had nothing but positive things to say. There has been testimonial after testimonial documenting some of the amazing results that they have gotten. It’s easy to see why the response has been so good, it’s a book based on sound information from someone who knows.
I can’t say that the book is perfect in my opinion, it is geared more towards the bodybuilder and it detracts from some effective bread-and-butter stomach exercises, but all in all I would say it’s worth getting. The exercisese in this book are simplistic and don’t even have to have a gym membership to do them. Having a fit body is a wonderful thing, purchase this book today and start your year working towards your best abs ever.
In addition to the Truth About Six-Pack Abs book, Geary has other books that talk about the nuances of proper training and diet. There is useful information that you can download for free, along with other information that you can purchase cheaply. One ebook that I do recommend is Mike’s Training and Nutrition Insider: Secrets for a Lean Body. It’s 64 pages, jam-packed with great muscle building, nutritional info.