ARE YOU READY TO SCULPT YOUR ABS?
Follow the 7-week program in this book and you’ll massively increase the strength and muscle tone of your core, back and obliques to such an extreme that you’ll be able to do 300 consecutive sit-ups. Packed with clear charts and helpful photos,7 Weeks to 300 Sit-Ups tells you everything you need to know about the ultimate exercise for your core and includes:
• Instructions on how to do a perfect sit-up
• Easy-to-follow progressive training programs
• Added challenges for extreme strengthening
Offering field-tested, day-by-day plans and more than 30 core-shredding exercises, this book has something for everyone: from beginners embarking on a new workout regimen to athletes looking to expand their strength-training options.
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it has positive and negatives
This book has positives and negatives. I purchased it for the 7 week program. Unlike, 7 Weeks to 50 Pull-Ups, Level 1 has 4 weeks instead of 7 weeks, and Level 2 has the actual 7 week program. There’s a few errors, for example, at the start of Level 1 it says “is 4 weeks in duration”, but then at the end it says, “in the last 7 weeks, you’ve progressed…” Every book has errors, but I was mightly confused, since I thought it was missing the last 3 weeks. It has an initial test, to determine whether you should start from the prep program, level 1 or level 2. I’m a level 1, those leg lifts - hold for 3 seconds - are a killer!! It has handy info on how to "correctly" do a sit-up, plank and leg lifts and also has a FAQ. It comes with a bunch of alternative planks and other exercises that match the muscles being used, e.g. The Superman. Just check the contents page in your Sample to see a base of what you get. I recommend completely ignoring his nutritional information (in any of his books), and heading straight over to Mark Sisson. :) I hope this review helps you.