No. I walk the talk, as they say. I currently run a highly successful Anytime Fitness center and I see five hundred clients stream into my gymnasium every day. These clients of mine get the same advice from me that I am about to give you, and many of them are happy to pay me $150 per hour for a one-on-one consultation, because they know that when it comes to getting their weight under control I always deliver the kind of results they were hoping for. In fact, many of them pay between $2,000 to $3,000 to receive the kind of information that I have outlined for you in Claim Your Six Pack Abs. It is my business to know what works and what does not when it comes to improving your health by increasing the quality of the food you eat and the effectiveness of your workout routines. In fact, I have earned a reputation as a no-nonsense health and fitness prac ioner, and even garnered a little fame for myself by picking up a national level bodybuilding championship le along the way. In short, when it comes to the human body, and our pursuit of better health and a more perfect form, I have made it my job to know what I am talking about.
Oh, the one thing you do not want to do is ignore your belly fat. When you do, bad things like this can happen:
Nature actually gives us a break, and does its best to ensure that during the years when we are at the peak of our ual desires and ual performance that we are also in the best physical shape of our lives. But as we move away from the "preferred" age of reproduction, which is around 20 or so years of age, and move into our thirties and beyond, our bodies have effectively "served their reproductive purpose" and nature begins to turn its back on us – especially as we p the age of about forty, the time when our children have grown into hood and no longer rely upon us for their survival. It is from this point on that, if we want to stick around for as long as possible, we need to take actions into our own hands and do everything we can to ward off the debilitating effects of aging – our built-in program for obsolescence. Seeing your total muscle m decline, only to be replaced with fatty tissue around the midsection, well this is just the beginning of a long slide into a state of physical atrophy that all of us should logically want to postpone for as long as humanly possible. I know I want to avoid this, and I am pretty darn sure you do too. This is why Claim Your Six Pack Abs has been designed to help you fight the war against bodily attrition, by teaching you how to put into effect a plan of action that has the potential to deliver the kind of physique that really is highly prized by all, and whose physical signature is characterized by a flat stomach that retains it’s taut appearance even as you move into middle age and beyond. I think this is a more than worthy goal, and it is why I am proud to present to you the book that captures everything I know about this subject:
Listen, I know that getting yourself into the kind of shape that is required to flatten your tummy, and bring out the muscularity that truly showcases your midsection is hard work. But it is a heck of a lot harder if you simply do not understand what it is that you are trying to do, nor how to go about getting the kind of results you are really looking to achieve. That is why I have put this guide together. I want to fast-track you for fat-loss success, and get you doing ONLY the things you need to do. I do not want to see you waste your time and then give up a few weeks into the program because it all just seems so hopeless. You’ve probably been down that road before. You don’t need to repeat it. So I have worked hard to ensure that you will understand the core principles relating to fat loss and its application to thinning out your midsection. Much of the advice revolves around the idea of elevating your metabolism, so that your body will burn more calories over the course of a day than it currently does now. In the end you will realize that the basic ideas are very easy to understand, but due to the large amount of misinformation that it out there on fat loss it is hard…