Friday, May 22, 2009

6 Pack Abs confusion?

Let me tell you a story about a friend of mine that you might be able to relate to...

You see, up until about 3 years ago, my friend Scott worked out in the gym for a couple hours per day and he always ended each workout with an hour of cardio and 10 minutes of various types of crunches.

He'd be in the back of the gym where the mats are with a bunch of other people crunching away - feet on the ground, feet in the air, twisting his body - any and every type of crunch he could think of.

Including the time it took for him to drive to the gym, it took him about 2 1/2 - 3 hours to workout.


He also ate healthy (or at least he thought he was).

"Heart-healthy cereals", reduced fat this, sugar-free that - these foods were supposed to give him a flat stomach and six-pack abs, right?


Despite his hard work in the gym and his "healthy" dieting, he wasn't able to flatten his stomach.

Six-pack abs? Didn't even come close.

Can you relate to my friend's story at all?

(Don't worry, his story has a happy ending and yours will too if I have anything to say about it)  

A change happened with my friend and he went to work, spending months of his own personal time researching and interviewing the top fat loss experts in the world to figure out what he was doing wrong. 

What he found out may SHOCK you.

It sure shocked him at first, until he made some simple tweaks in his overall training and eating habits and guess what? 

The fat started to melt off his stomach almost immediately.

He quickly tested his new system on a few of his female personal training clients and they got the same amazing results (so his new system worked for both men and women).

Flash to today and my friend is now known as the "Abs Expert" and he has the pictures and track record to prove he knows his stuff...

He recently put his system into a complete "Take you by the hand" and tell you exactly what to do each step of the way so that you too can achieve the stellar six pack ab results that he did...

...however there's a catch.

The catch is that he doesn't want to give you this entire system all at once.

Wanna know why?

It's because he found a BIG reason many of the Ab-Training programs on the market FAIL because they usually lead to confusion and overwhelm on your part... and worst of all INACTION.


to make things as easy and as simple for you that he could possibly make it, he developed an unique coaching program called "My First Six-Pack."


My First Six Pack coaching program provides you with "Bite-Size" Easy-To-Digest mini-lessons delivered to you as you need them (not all at once).

Each week you and your 'Six Pack Coach' will have a virtual coaching session where he will give you that week's coaching assignment,

He'll also give you a new workout for that week (and he'll even demonstrate on video each and every nuance of the exercises for that week's stomach flattening workout), he'll give you a tummy-tightening stomach nutrition plan to follow for that week as well.

So do you see how having a coach to help guide you to your first set of six pack abs would be helpful and powerfully increase your chances of success compared to the approaches you may have tried in the past? 

To learn more about my friend Scott's program check this out:


But wait... there's more  :) 

My friend has a time sensitive offer for you and a way to get some very personal coaching from him to further increase your chances of success with his program.

Here's the deal...

If go to this website now, secure your spot, and you'll be on your way to a flat stomach and six-pack abs immediately.

For the first 50 people to join his program my friend is going to give YOU a 30 minute phone consultation to answer your personal questions (that alone is worth $100 by itself and that 30 minute phone consult can get you unstuck and on the road to results!)

Get started here:


I highly recommend that you try this program and I look forward to seeing and hearing about your awesome results...

I have a feeling that you'll be thanking me later for sharing this resource with you...  :)

To your success, 

--Arthur M.

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