Saturday, June 28, 2008
I had planned to have more 6 pack quest secrets posted by now. Unfortunately, the 300 mile drive, and hanging out in the hospital have not been real conducive to writing. I hope to have another "Your 6 Pack Quest Secret" posted by end of day Sunday, so keep an eye out for it.
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
This is an especially tough concept to swallow for us guys. It's our nature to jump in to something new with both feet first, damn the torpedoes full steam ahead and all that. We sit on our butts all week at the office, then expect to be able to beat our teenager at basketball on the weekend. We have a hard time with half measures.
Even so, lets look at this logically. You don't have the abs you want, or you wouldn't be reading this. The reason you don't have the abs you want is because of the way you at, live, and work out. You're going to have to make some pretty significant changes to go from where you are now to looking like you could be on the cover of a fitness magazine. But there are two problems with making the transition all at once.
The first is death. I mean that figuratively, but if you're really out of shape, it could be literally. If you try to go from little or no exercise and pigging out to major workouts and eating like a model in one leap, your body is going to rebel. It's too much change all at once. Your body needs time to adapt to changing demands and nutrition. You'll get sick or hurt yourself.
If you try to make the jump all at once, your mind is going to rebel too. You won't be able to do everything in the exercise program, and your stomach will be screaming for its daily extra-cheese pizza, you won't see any results right away, and you'll give up on your 6 pack quest in disgust.
Finally, if you make all the changes at once and somehow manage to avoid a physical or mental breakdown, you'll be missing something else. You won't know which changes were effective and which weren't. Are the dietary changes working, or are bad results there being masked by great results from the workouts? Would you get better results from eating fewer carbs or lifting more weights? There's no way to know.
This wouldn't matter too much if you could jump right into a program that worked great for you and got you the abs you want without having to make any mid-course corrections. But that seldom happens. Most of the time, people need to modify and tweak things as they go along to keep the progress coming. You wouldn't know how to tweak things since you dived right into the deep end and changed everything at one.
Gradual change is a better way. By gradually changing your diet, workouts, and lifestyle, you eliminate all the problems I described. By changing one thing at a time, say skipping the second double-cheeseburger at lunch, you'll start moving in the right direction without major trauma. Your body can easily adapt to small changes. You won't freak out and quit because it is too hard. Instead you'll have one success under your belt and be ready to go after the next one.
Except sometimes you won't. Sometimes, a change will work either better or worse than expected. If you make only one change at a time, you can easily see the results of each change. Then you can decide what to do if those results are out of line. Cutting out the morning bagel caused your workouts to stink this week? Replace the bagel with whole grain toast or a piece of fruit and see if that solves the problem. You get the picture.
So there's the secret. Change gradually for the best results. You might not get there as fast as you would if you dived in head first and changed everything at once, but when has that approach ever worked for you anyway? Change things gradually and you'll succeed in your 6 pack quest.
Changing gradually instead of drastically is only one of keys to completing your 6 pack quest. To get the full system, order Vince DelMonte's Your 6 Pack Quest right now while he's still offering the launch price and tons of bonuses.
When you eat has a huge impact on your results. Let's start at the beginning of the day. When you wake up in the morning, your body has been without food for many hours. Your blood sugar level is low, and your body is running on reserves. Particularly when you are close to your goal of a razor-sharp 6 pack, you're not carrying a lot of reserve fuel (fat) for your body to burn. Once those reserves are used up, your body will turn to its next available source of fuel, your muscles! It's real tough to work out hard and focus on getting the abs you want when you're groggy, hungry, and your body is cannibalizing the muscles you're trying so hard to build.
You don't need to be groggy and half out of it in the morning. And you can't afford to be if you're gonna succeed at your 6 pack quest. You certainly don't want your body cannibalizing your muscles for fuel. You need to eat your first meal as soon as possible after waking up. This gives your body the energy it needs to come fully awake and alert, and spares your muscles.
So now you know how important it is to eat as soon as possible after you get up. Doing so gets your blood sugar into the right zone (assuming you are eating healthy stuff) for you to function effectively and protects your muscles. You'll feel better, function better, work out harder, and protect your muscle while shedding fat.
The quest to keep your blood sugar level in the right zone also tells us how often you should eat. Within 3 to 4 hours after a meal, your body will have digested that food and your blood sugar level will start heading down again. That means you really shouldn't go much more than 3 hours between meals (except when you are sleeping at night).
If you think about this for a minute, it's clear that you need to eat a lot of meals in a day. To really keep your blood sugar stable and gain all the benefits that brings, you need to move toward five meals a day, instead of the traditional three. If you wake up at say 6:00 AM, and space your meals 3 to 3 and a half hours apart, your blood sugar should should stay pretty much right where you want it throughout the day.
One last thing. If your 6 pack quest requires you to eat five meals a day, you're going to have to adjust what's in those meals. Eating 5 meals that are the same size as the 3 meals you used to eat will explode the amount of fat on your gut instead of helping you reach your 6 pack quest goals.
An easy way to deal with this problem is to make the second and fourth meals into healthy snacks of just 100-200 calories, and cut back on the other three a bit. Doing it this way should make it easier for you to adapt. Forcing yourself to have a small healthy snack mid-morning and mid-afternoon shouldn't be too tough. And you should be less hungry at lunch and dinner than you used to be, so cutting back a bit on those meals should be pretty easy too.
Try this approach and see for yourself. It will take you one step closer to getting the abs you've always wanted.
When and how often you eat is only one of keys to completing your 6 pack quest. To get the full system, order Vince DelMonte's Your 6 Pack Quest right now while he's still offering the launch price and tons of bonuses.
Monday, June 23, 2008
I just got a message from Vince. Due to technical issues, there will be a slight delay in the launch. If you want to be notified the minute Your 6 Pack Quest is available, join my notification list and I'll email as soon as you can place your order.
Razor-sharp 6 pack abs are the symbol of ultimate fitness and sexuality. Owners of such a perfect physique are admired by other men and desired by women. Building and maintaining such a body shows that you are strong, determined, and able to achieve any goal you set.
In June 2008, Vince DelMonte launched Your 6 Pack Quest, the ultimate program for developing the ultimate in six pack abs. In this package, Vince reveals the top training, nutrition, and psychological secrets he and the people he trains have used to build cover-model quality abs.
Millions of men strive for such perfect abs, but only a few complete the 6 pack quest. Vince DelMonte is one of those men. Starting out as a scrawny weakling of a child, DelMonte discovered the top secrets to carving the ultimate 6 pack abs and creating a body to be envied. As University-educated Kinesiologist, personal trainer and Canadian Fitness Model Champion, he has researched and tested the top secrets for conquering body fat and building incredible 6 pack abs.
I got my hands on the complete package prior to launch day, and am here to tell you what I found. The heart of this program is the 111-page No Nonsense 6 Pack eBook. In it, Vince lays out the entire plan, step-by-step, covering workouts, nutrition, and the all-important subject of motivation. While the results that people have reported from using this program are amazing, they're not magic. Wimps or people without true determination to complete this quest need not apply.
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You'll have to work hard to complete this 6 pack abs quest. You have to get your butt off the couch and sweat. You have to lay off the Friday night beer blasts, the candy bars, and the other crap you pig out on. That's why the first step in this plan is getting your head on straight and establishing the motivation to complete your quest.
But if you are determined and dedicated to success, this plan will show you how to get 6 pack abs that will be the envy of everyone you meet. It includes detailed workout guidelines starting from whatever level of fitness you are at right now. There's a complete collection of meal plans too. With these, you will eat five solid meals a day, chowing down on lots of great food while still shredding your fat and building that killer 6 pack.
Vince tackles the subject of supplements too. While stressing that supplements are not miracle workers, certain ones do have a place in the more intense parts of your quest. He cuts through the marketing hype in the fitness magazines and pinpoints the supplements that work, that provide a little extra boost for achieving the ultimate results.
Finally, Vince looks at the subject of lifestyle. Reaching the end of the 6 pack quest and developing a body that others envy is one thing. Keeping it for the long run is something else. Based on the simple question of whether any activity will move you closer to your goal or away from it, DelMonte addresses 6 pack destroying issues like eating out, sleeping, and dealing with stress in his typical no-BS manner.
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As if all this wasn't enough, DelMonte is giving a huge collection of bonuses to the first people who buy this program. In addition to the No Nonsense 6 Pack eBook, if you move fast, you will get these free bonuses:
- Your No-Nonsense 6-Pack Workout DVD Series
- Healthy 84 Day Meal Plans covering a wide range of calorie needs
- The 16 Week 3 Day Metabolic Boost Program (for beginners or folks just getting back into it)
- The 16 Week 4 Day Metabolic Extreme Program (for moderately fit people ready to start seeing their abs)
- The 16 Week 5 Day Metabolic Overdrive Program (gives already fit folks the ultimate workout)
- The 4 Week Bodyweight Program (30 minutes a day, 3 or 7 days a week to get you ready to lift weights)
- The 16 Week Razor-Sharp Abdominal Cardio Workouts (this is no cardio you've ever seen before)
- and much more, including free updates for life and an 8 week, no questions asked, money back guarantee
This package is amazing. But since Vince is only giving all the bonuses to the first 500 people who buy, you can't afford to wait around. I've also learned that the demand for this program is so high that Vince may be raising the price in a few days. If you are going to start your quest for 6 pack abs, do it today and take advantage of all the benefits of being one of the first. Click here and get started now!