The Abs Diet : The Body-Transforming Super-Food-Plus-Exercise Programme for Turning Fat into Muscle

By | January 24, 2019

The Abs Diet is a three-pronged attack on the abs for a flat stomach. It shows you how to lose weight through diet and exercise and how then to tone your muscles with specific abdominal exercises. The diet is straightforward and flexible, based on 12 ‘super-foods’ that help promote weight loss, and on eating frequent small meals. The exercise plan is a whole-body strength-training programme combined with some interval training and, finally, there are 60 abdominal exercises to choose from so you can tailor the whole regime to meet your personal requirements.

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Anonymous on 01/24/2019 at 03:00.

Great research; newer info available I gave this book 4 stars only because, despite being hailed as “New!”, author Dave Zinczenko has done further research for his new book “Zero Belly Diet” that replaces some of the info in this book. That being said, I am impressed with the evidence-based research used to write this book and that is cited throughout. I am a nurse and will soon have my Master’s degree in Nursing as a Nurse Practitioner. My specialty is diabetes, so healthful eating is part of my gig…

Anonymous on 01/24/2019 at 03:16.

A complete meal and exercise plan! Excellent recipes, perfect in the kitchen using Kindle for iPhoneX! This book will build you up to using heavier weights fairly quickly. I have followed “body for life” alternatively which by comparison focuses on more sets for fat-burning; abs diet focuses on fewer heavier sets which won’t necessarily burn more calories but it does build me up faster. The big advantage of this abs-diet book is the meals. I would like to point out my favorites are the Turkey Chili recipe which takes cheap ground turkey and makes it taste like a buttery chili. I…

Anonymous on 01/24/2019 at 03:41.

I am a weight loss coach and I turn to this so much my book is dog-eared While I was working on my Masters in Counseling I learned the phrase “It’s not what you say but how you say it” and I think this book is a prime example of helping others make changes by saying it right, and backing it up with scientific proof.As a weight loss coach myself I know that there has to be verbal keys that unlock whatever is holding someone back from making the changes they need to in their life to be healthy…but sometimes explanations fall on deaf ears that aren’t…

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