The Men’s Health Big Book: Getting Abs: Four Weeks to a Flat, Ripped Stomach!

The essential diet and fitness guide to lean, ripped abs—including a results-driven 4-week program to lose weight, strengthen your core, and chisel your entire body

Call it a spare tire, muffin top, or paunch. Men consistently cite their belly as their biggest problem area—and it is often the toughest final pounds to lose. Not anymore!Whether your eating habits have been affected by stress, your body has changed with age, or you’re constantly doing crunches without results, it’s time to blast belly fat the right way. Using the comprehensive, week-by-week eating and exercise plan, you can lose up to 20 pounds in 6 weeks—and keep it off, forever.

The Men’s Health Big Book: Getting Abs special features include:

  • Quick effective routines that replace boring, painful crunches
  • Manly (and healthy) recipes that take less than 15 minutes to prepare!
  • Hundreds of tips on how to emphasize muscle definition and six-pack abs!

Including a step-by-step, 4-week eating and exercise plan, easy-to-prepare recipes, and hundreds of exercises, The Men’s Health Big Book: Getting Abs is the ultimate guide to a leaner, fitter, sexier body.

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2 comments for “The Men’s Health Big Book: Getting Abs: Four Weeks to a Flat, Ripped Stomach!

  1. gt surber
    September 29, 2013 at 1:00 PM

    Reality approach to much more than abs “Men’s Health Getting Abs” is a complex book addressing a complicated important topic – flat, 6 pack abds. If you are looking for a quick fix, go elsewhere. If you really want flat, sculpted abs the information in this book, if applied over months will give you flat 6 pack abds and an overall greatly improved body, health, and appearance. Though well written and well edited, this is not an easy read. The program is complicated and the route is sinuous. There are many bad habits, much bad information that need to be overcome. There are too many get fit quick schemes out there competing for the dollars. This is not one of them. Adam Bornstein does show how diet, exercise, and life style choices intertwine to either make us obese, or lean and trim. Adam Bornstein gives us the information to achieve optimal health, fitness and appearance. It just requires dedicated changes in diet, life style, and exercise habits to achieve.Adam Bornstein spends lots of pages dispelling exercise and diet myths, and replacing them with solid information. He spends lots of time directing the reader to multiple diet approaches, even addressing the current no gluten fad with both admonitions as to dangers and advice as how to avoid gluten. The exercise pages are well written with excellent pictures. Included are numerous hints as to proper form and technique that will take months to properly digest and apply. There are many programed workout suggestions though out the book, making the application of the concepts and the exercises easier. There are even many more programed workout plans at the end of the book.At first I was surprised to see the non core exercise sections. Then I realized Adam Bornstein is directing us to the only way to achieve and maintain flat six pack abds – total balanced life style, diet and exercise changes in our lives. This book is much more about total health and real fitness than just about abs.My only complaint about the book is the get-fit-quick promise on the cover. There is no way the average computer jockey, couch potato is going to get a “flat, ripped, stomach” in four weeks. It’s a marketing gimmick. It’s an insult to the quality of the book hidden behind the cover. Adam Bornstein dispells it in the book.

  2. amzfan
    September 29, 2013 at 1:29 PM

    Getting ABS The ebook edition reads easily with my new Kindle. He begins with some good tips about nutrition, metabolism and I learned a few things here I didn’t know besides a clearly presented review of factors we all are aware of. There is a very large selection of exercises, most requiring little or no equipment. I saw quite a few exercises I’ve never seen anywhere else with photos and good instruction on form. There is a section on plans and workouts for different schedules and styles from fitness trainers with very different approaches. There are so many ways to use his suggestions. It’s good to have an all around reference focusing on the core that I can customize to whatever else I’m doing.

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