You can have a six-pack. You hear me? And it ain’t that difficult to achieve once you know what you are doing.
And how about getting there while minimizing hunger? Wouldn’t that be great?
And what if you didn’t need to do any cardio? I like that. I stay ripped all year with no cardio.
The 3 main reasons people give up trying to get ripped are:
(1) They aren’t losing fat as quickly as they’d like
(2) They are losing muscle
(3) They are hungry and low on energy all the time.
But you don’t have to experience any of the above at all! That is my promise.
Here is the latest feedback from MuscleHack reader and Ikram Khan, who is 42 years old and lives in London, UK. For authenticity purposes, this is his personal facebook profile.
After 9 weeks I completed the Total 6 Pack Abs programme. I lost 9kilos in that time (20lbs).
I knew I let myself go and was out of shape, but I was shocked I that carried that much fat around with me.
As my stomach shrunk over the weeks I didn’t feel that hungry anymore. I used the “step down approach” [a diet strategy explained in the book] and only did a little cardio in the last 3 weeks (only one session per week), as the diet alone was sufficient. [note, that’s only 3 cardio sessions in 9 weeks!].
I wish I had done this earlier, but at least I have the knowledge to do it again if needs be.
I would seriously recommend this programme for anyone who’s looking to get shredded.
Thanks again Mark, now for a week off and then some lean bulking in the GLAD diet.
You know what’s very typical here? So many people echo Ikram’s sentiment when he says, “I wish I had found this earlier”.
44 yr old Al Siebert is just one example…and he looked absolutely amazing by the end of his Total Six Pack Abs cut. See his before and after pics here. Another example is 46 yr old Lisa Haulisa. See her abs over there => and read her story here.
All these men and women in their 40’s getting ripped six-packs, and some of you guys in your 20’s tell me you can’t do it? Don’t make me LOL.
So how long will YOU put it off? Are you ready to get those shredded abs, or are you just going to think about it for another few years?
For less than a tub of protein, you can have my full cutting strategy and get the same results as these guys. Even better, I’m so confident if the results that I offer a full 8-week money-back guarantee so there is absolutely no financial risk on your part. You either succeed, or you get your money back with no questions asked.
For those of you astounded that cardio is not necessary for getting ripped, the bottom line here is that the way to lose body fat and get ripped is with 3 methods. And in order of their importance, they go like this:
(2) Weight Training
(3) CardioAbs are made in the kitchen, not the gym Click To Tweet
Yes I’m known as the guy that disses cardio pretty hard, but I back it up. Check out the science in this post, ‘Cardio Sucks & You Don’t Need To Do it’. You may also want to check out, ‘Want To Lose Belly Fat? Ditch The Cardio & Lift Weights’.
As always, if you have any questions, feel free to ask below and I will help you.
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Congratulations Ikram. From another MuscleHacker (female) who got ripped with TSPA. And thanks to you Mark! 😀
@Sarah. Hey, thanks for sharing your success with TSPA.
That guy looks familiar ;). As Mark said, I could’ve gone on another few weeks to lose more fat, and I totally agree that I believe I didn’t need the cardio at all. It was my first attempt On the programme so I was experimenting and wanted to see if it worked ( which it so obviously did! ) next spring I won’t do any cardio at all when i do it again.
@Ikram. Thanks for commenting. And thanks for sharing your story 🙂