The Truth About Six Pack Abs: A Review

In Today’s post I am going to review the popular eBook  The Truth About Six Pack Abs. The book itself is written by Michael Geary and is a large book of 152 pages. It has plenty of information in it, especially for an eBook of this type, but just how good is that information?

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Well the first thing to point out is that from the off this eBook is very honest. It doesn’t scream and shout about how you’re guaranteed to get Six pack abs for nothing, in fact, Geary states “this isn’t about any kind of fad diet, bogus supplement, or “miraculous” piece of exercise equipment… They don’t exist!” which is a good thing, as it shows that this book is there to educate about Fitness. And educate it does!

Within the first few pages the book breaks away from the norm, telling you that supplements aren’t a necessity. He explains that he will recommend certain supplements but that this is purely optional. A nice change from the common “you must buy my supplements to do this workout” type books. The book then continues on to explain about nutrition in such a way that is easy to understand and sinks in. It’s not too technical and nor is it lacking in content. It is exactly what you need to know, and in fact, is what everybody should know about nutrition. He doesn’t just talk about it either, he show’s you how to work out what nutrients you should be getting each day using a similar method to the Harris Benedict Equation. The book teaches you about the benefits of protein, carbohydrates and fats within your diet and how each one can be utilised. After your done with learning the nutritional knowledge required and working out your daily calories there’s an easy to follow table of foods, showing nutrient content of each. It really doesn’t get much easier than this to work out your daily diet and he’s still not done there!

He goes further into detail about what certain foods actually do to your body and how they affect it. He really doesn’t leave anything out here, he even spoon feeds you a few weeks worth of meal plan ideas, which to be honest, are pretty good and not your normal to be expected bland meals from such an easy accessible, and to be honest, low costing book!


After the nutrition stage which, as I’ve discussed on this blog before and he goes into detail about, is really a majority of the work, he then talks about training. He starts off by explaining about the abdominals and what they do and the best way to train them. But not only does he explain the best methods, he also tells which exercises he believes to be ineffective  and backs it up as well, but the best thing is that he doesn’t restrict this information to just the abdominals. I know the book is called The Truth About Six Pack Abs, but in reality this book explains everything you need to know to train your entire body. He carefully explains about muscle function and goes into great detail on the subject ensuring you know all you need to know to not only be able to carry out the exercises that he suggest’s but to also understand why you are doing them. Every exercise (with the exception of 1 or 2) is accompanied by a picture showing you how it’s done and an in-depth explanation, which is all further expanded on later on in the book. The book is then finished off with various workout plans followed by a Q&A.

The Truth About Six Pack Abs Summary

Overall this book is very good. It is in-depth, full of facts, but doesn’t over complicate things with complicated science. It’s straight to the point knowledge and something that I think everyone who is interested in learning about correct nutrition and training should read. Yes you can probably gain every but of information from other sources around the web, but that takes time and research, plus if you’re new to the whole idea of fitness and nutrition you might find it a daunting task. There are so many things out there that people claim are the best way to train, or the best diet to follow, but the reality is that there is no such thing really as the best thing: more like multiple ways to do it right and multiple ways to do it wrong, and as I’ve said on here before what works for one, might not work so well for another. So why buy this book?! Well for starters it really doesn’t cost all that much. Priced at roughly $40 (that includes a $5 admin fee) you can’t really complain. And if you feel like complaining then it comes with a 60 day money back guarantee, always a plus and a sign that the creator has faith in his product. But probably the biggest plus point is the fact that all you have to do is read, and follow his advice. Mike has done all the ground work for you, the years of research is there and his advice s based on that, which saves you having to trawl the internet for all of these pieces of information, leaving you more time to concentrate on actually training and getting fit.

Overall at $40 this is a great product. It saves you having to do loads of research yourself and gets straight to the point on nutrition and training methods. Will it make you the next champion bodybuilder, CrossFit champion or an Olympic athlete… no. What it will do however is give you the steps to enable you to get fit and healthy and retain knowledge about nutrition and training methods so that you can move forward and become the person that YOU want to be.

Should you wish to get this eBook you can visit Google’s search results page HERE and search the website truth about

  • Price: $39.95 (includes a $4.95 admin fee)
  • Money Back Guarantee: 60 days ($4.95 admin fee is non refundable)

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