HOW HE WENT FROM FAT TO ABS
Mark Mcilyar, age 53
Fat Loss Jumpstart:
Exercise smarter, lose belly fat
The main purpose of phase 1 is to break the cycle between your unbalanced hormones and belly fat. You see, when your hormones are unbalanced, your body begins to store large amounts of fat in your stomach area. And vice versa, having large of amounts of belly fat causes an imbalance in your hormonal system. And if that belly fat is not removed, it’ll cancel out any positive effects from your workouts. That’s why the first thing we must do is get rid of that hormone destroying belly fat as fast as possible. And once your belly fat is gone, the Abs After 40 training techniques will be much more effective in keeping your fat off and supporting your hormones for further results
Male Hormone Optimization:
The Secret Key to a Better Body
In phase 2 you’ll see the fastest and most dramatic changes in the way you look. With your belly fat reduced from phase 1, phase 2 now allows you to focus on supporting your most vital male hormones. Here’s how: the workouts are structured with key compound movements designed to target large amounts of muscle and balance your hormones. When your male hormones are fully optimized, every workout will give you faster lean muscle growth, increased sex drive, boosted joint recovery -- as well as continuous fat-loss. At the end of this phase, your hormones will be fully supported.
Full-Auto Fat Burning Mode:
Dramatic, lasting results
Phase 3 is focused on getting that lean muscular body and a complete six pack. The Phase 3 workouts incorporate a new style of ab training called the A40s. The A40s combine my 4 most effective ab exercises targeting the outer layer of your ab muscles and the core muscles at the same time. Why is this so important? Well, first of all it saves you a ton of time. Each single set of the A40s does the job of 9 different ab exercises, so you’ll get a much more effective workout in a fraction of the time.
3 SIMPLE TIPS TO LOSE BELLY FAT
The Abs After 40 workout program puts these tips to practice in the first ever workout course designed exclusively for older men to get into killer shape - Just like Mark Mcilyar did.
TIP #1.) DO SHORTER WORKOUTS
Ditch your 90-minute weight-room grinds for shorter sessions. Long workouts kill your T-hormone, and ability to lose body fat. Keep your workouts between 25-35 minutes in length.
TIP #2.) START AT HOME
It’s true that fitness is an investment - but that doesn’t mean you need to spend money on monthly gym memberships or personal training fees to get into killer shape.
TIP #3.) GO LOW-IMPACT, BUT HIGH INTENSITY
The term “low-impact exercise” refers to movements that strengthen and stabilize your joints and ligaments. These are the safe-bet workouts for older men who can’t afford to have a blown out knee or twisted ankle from demanding workouts.
GENERALLY EXPECTED RESULTS FROM OUR TESTMAX NUTRITION, SIX PACK
SHORTCUTS AND OTHER SPS PRODUCTS:
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