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The reason you’re reading this right now is because you’re sick and tired of looking down and not being satisfied of the size and look of your tummy, am I right? In that case, welcome to the 6 principles to six pack abs.
Firstly, let’s not beat around the bush. You most likely have too much fat, you don’t have the six-pack you desire and you’re fed up of it. You want to change. The great news is that you’ve made then right decision by reading this book.
Only one thing works in life and that is hard-work! But it's not anywhere near as hard as you think. It's a case of seeing through hype and forcing yourself to accept reality as it is and to then go forward with a positive attitude and make an effort.
A simple diet and a bit of exercise can net you unbelievable results! Most people tend to quit when they don't see results right away but it takes time for results to happen as nothing is immediate. This is where willpower is required, to help you stay on track. If you can stay focused on your goal to lose weight and get in shape, you will succeed.
But have you ever wondered why you want that body so badly in the first place?
According to the media, the fitness industry, and every other industry that has to do with reaching out to the masses,
Six packs are the thing to have!
And we have come to expect six packs from those industries.
When we are relaxing at home watching TV shows and we see someone take their shirt off, and they are overweight and don’t have a six pack, it’s not uncommon for at least one person in the room to say, “Ew.” This scenario happens all the time, and most of the time the person saying it doesn’t even have a six pack themselves.
The point of this is that the media, the TV, movies, magazines, and everything else that’s designed for mass consumption, is reorienting our views for what’s normal in our society.
If we listened to the media, everyone on earth would be weak and inferior. Why? Because most people don’t have six pack abs. Don’t believe me? Think of how the media portrays people of power or influence. They almost always have a six pack.
Every warrior in the movie ‘300’ had a six pack and even the Twilight movies show six pack abs almost completely throughout. And that’s just counting the men. Nowadays it’s not uncommon for women celebrities to sport a six pack, too.
That’s because six packs signify power, sexiness and our media is letting us know that having them means that we’re special. We’re not just common; we’re someone to be respected. That is how the media depicts people with six pack abs.
But the truth is, having a six pack is healthy, too.
Having a six pack shows that you have strong abdominal muscles. One of the best effects of strengthening those muscles, is you essentially help your back perform better. Your posture
Publisher: BookRix GmbH & Co. KG
Text: Noah Daniels
Editing/Proofreading: Wolfgang Buschek
Publication Date: 03-01-2015
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