0-6 Pack Abs Review
What’s up Health Fanatics!
Let’s get straight into today’s episode of Real Weight Loss Reviews. I’ll be reviewing 0-6 Pack Abs by Tyler Bramlett and Dr. James Vegher. In their fancy sales video, they claimed that this product can help you to shrink your waistline and flatten your belly without dieting or any intense exercise. They also claim that 0-6 Pack Abs can help you to cut inches off your waist while improving your posture and relieving any aches or pains that you may be suffering from.
Meh, all of the typical claims that lure customers in like lose weight and burn fat with little to no effort. Let’s see if 0-6 Pack Abs is worth your time and money.
I’m Not Affiliated With 0-6 Pack Abs
Just so you know, the team here is not affiliated with 0-6 Pack Abs whatsoever. For those of you who are new to the Health Fanatic family, I want you to know that the number one requirement for my reviews is that they are completely honest.
My best interest is to help you achieve your health and fitness goals, even if the big ol’ boss and I lose an extra commission here or there. I’ve been in the health/fitness/nutrition realm for about 5 years now, and I’ve previously lost over 70 lbs, so I’ve got a lot of experience that I think would be extremely beneficial to you.
0-6 Pack Abs Review At A Glance
We’re in the same predicament as his last product called Bodyweight Flow; this product is a highly well-detailed course that can help you strengthen your core. But seriously, guys and gals, you don’t need to spend $39 to help you strengthen your core – you can easily find a bunch of free workouts and exercises online that will save you money and serves the same purpose as this product.
Also, the sales claims don’t really match with what the products offers. If you want to have a visible set of abs, I suggest you check out another product that teaches you about diet and resistance training, not one that teaches you to do situps and crunches.
0-6 Pack Abs And Some Upsells
After purchasing the product, I was offered a bunch of generic upsells including diet and exercise products – nothing too significant that’s worth mentioning except for the annoying little popup after declining the first upsell.
After skipping the offers, I jumped into the product and got to work.
The Good: It Contains Guided Exercises With Both Manuals And Video
Let’s start off with the good – the exercise routines and ab workouts are broken down pretty well, and they do an excellent job at making sure you understand how to perform them correctly. I find that combination of both a manual and video to accompany it really seals the deal so that you’re not misinterpreting any of the information provided.
So that’s good, I guess. But it’s not good enough to outweigh the cons of this product.
0-6 Pack Abs Sales Claims Are A Bit Misleading
The thing with being in the health and fitness industry for so long is that what I regard as common knowledge is actually not as common as I thought. The majority of people that I’ve met have been led to believe that to get 6 pack abs you need to do a lot of crunches, situps, and ab-related exercises.
What most people don’t know is that abs are predominantly created in the kitchen. To visibly see your abs, you need to have low enough body fat percentage that they can show themselves and come out to party. An overweight person can have strong abs if he does enough situps and crunches, but they won’t be visible because his body fat percentage is too high (this is commonly seen with powerlifters; they generally have a strong set of abs, but they’re not visible because their body fat percentage is too high).
So, because the sales video claims that this product will help you to burn belly fat without dieting or exercise, shrink your waistline, etc. is pretty much bullcrap. I’m going to say this one more time: if you want to be able to have a set of washboard abs, your diet is more important than your exercise. You have to be in a calorie deficit which will cause your body to lose weight and burn fat so that your abs can be visible.
But, and I once this to be very clear, I’m not saying that ab exercises are completely useless – all I’m saying that when it comes to getting abs, the most important factor is to be at a low enough body fat percentage to allow them to show. Ab training is on the list, but it’s definitely not number one.
You Don’t Need To Spend Money On An Ab Training Routine
Another reason as to why I won’t recommend you buy this product is because of how simple it is to find a free yet effective ab workout on the internet. Honestly, you don’t even need to spend that much time training your abs: a quick 5-minute circuit of ab exercises will be enough to train your abs. If you’re doing resistance training (which I hope you are), then you should spend the majority of your workout time on compound lifts which will have a greater hormonal response and help you burn more calories.
Other Tidbits Of Information On 0-6 Pack Abs
The last point that I have about this product is that it included a few bonuses that add some extra value to the product. However, the bonuses still aren’t good enough for me to recommend you purchase it.
0-6 Pack Abs Final Rating: C-
If ab workouts were one of the most important factors when it comes to being healthy, losing weight, and burning fat, then I’d happily give this product an A+.
But it’s not.
Ab workouts shouldn’t be the core focus of your training program since they don’t burn many calories. The sales claims like “burn fat, lose weight, slimmer waistline” are more suited for a resistance training product with compound movements, or a diet product that teaches you the science of losing weight, not an ab training product.
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