Mike Geary is a guy with a bunch of initials after his Name: NCSF-CPT, AFAA-CPT – all of which means that he is a dual certified personal trainer . . . and that he knows what he’s talking about when it comes to diet and fitness.
Mike has chosen to take on all the myths and legends of one of the aspects of fitness that is of extreme interest to all of us, men and women.
In his well received book, The Truth About Six Pack Abs, Mike takes to task all of the misinformation that has proliferated about what exercises work best for developing that “six-pack” so revered by beach-goers.
As well as establishing a great abs exercise program, Geary has included dietary tips and discloses a lot of so called “healthy foods” as a farce. A combined program of good exercises and dietary advice is a real winner.
Mike Geary has a BS degree and a lot of experience in personal training. He does not advocate performing crunches, sit-ups or using any abdominal machine. He feels they are ineffective and a waste of time. Instead he introduces the reader to a series of exercises that he claims are much more effective at building nice abs.
His dietary advice is more for the bodybuilder and serious trainer who want to display their cut-up, muscular midsection. His program is good for overall weight loss, but it is really targeting the serious bodybuilder who wants to display his abs.
Mike’s approach is to blast the body with fat reducing exercise, a program that will cut down the body fat content of anyone who follows the regimen closely. The “truth” is that your six-pack may already be there, but it is hidden under subcutaneous fat. Remove the fat and the six-pack is there.
The Truth About Six Pack Abs promotes a host of non-traditional exercises, all designed to work your body smarter and harder, but not longer. Instead of being just about abs, the book covers total body workouts that also affect the midsection.
Various other websites have links to Geary’s homepage and all of them feature reviews of Mike’s product. None that I could find were derogatory and most of them were extremely complimentary. All serious users of the program reported great results. Some of these were from bodybuilding pros, but most were from amateurs.
So, even though the reported focus is on the bodybuilder, many of the users are folks who just want to get into shape and sport a “six-pack.” Whatever your situation, you will benefit from Mike Geary’s book and program.
The exercises don’t require a gym membership or any expensive supplements or the purchase of anything other than Mike’s great book. Invest in yourself and purchase one today. Mike offers a low-cost trial period and a guarantee of results if you correctly apply the principles set forth therein.
Through his webpage, Mike also offers other publications on training and diet. Some of these are free downloads, others are available at a low cost. His Training and Nutrition Insider: Secrets for a Lean Body, is one of the freebies and it is well worth the time spent to read the 64-page tip-packed manual.