Truth About Abs
In many ways, our bodies are brilliantly designed machines. Like machines, they need fuel. This fuel in turn is converted to energy. But if the wrong type or lesser quality of fuel is used, the resulting energy is less than satisfactory. Conversely, if the right type of fuel is used but the machine sits dormant- after a time, the machines’ ability to use and convert the fuel may be very limited. So it is with our bodies!
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The adage “you are what you eat” may over-simplify a lifestyle of consuming the right or wrong nutrients, but it does define the ability of us humans to make conscious choices of the right things to eat and inversely, the wrong things to eat.
A simple saying could also be expressed- “you are what you do”. Through our day to day lifestyles, we have the choice to live active, productive lives or sedentary ones.
A proper, nutritious diet is foundational for the infrastructure of our bodies while proper exercise and strength conditioning builds upon that foundation to maximize the bodies’ ability to work and move with alertness and agility. The two areas need to always work hand in hand- proper nutrition and proper exercise strength conditioning.
The Right Stuff!Mike Geary’s Truth About Abs brings the two elements together completely and concisely. But how did this come about? Having a background in personal fitness training and as a Certified Nutrition Specialist, the majority of questions posed to him by students was how to lose belly fat and tone the abdominal muscles. As he researched and compared his results to popular trends, he realized there was a lack of clarity regarding how fitness and nutrition correlates. People really did not understand how to combine the right types of nutrients with the right protocols of exercise. As he penned his findings, Truth About Abs became the manual to obtain a more fit body and healthy lifestyle.
This concept of bringing right balanced nutrition with the right regimen of exercise protocol is more “grassroots” in its foundation than “revolutionary”.
While our bodies are designed to eat and digest natural foods, in many parts of the world we have become accustomed to consuming processed versions of the natural. Mike Geary advocates eating foods that are in their most natural state while steering clear of processed ones. Eating the right foods will not only give more energy but also help lose body fat itself!
The Right Target!Our bodies function best when they are active, but many of our careers and lifestyles have led us to sit more and walk or run or ride a bike less. Geary’s approach to exercise is to target the whole body, not just specific areas. He does not encourage “endurance conditioning” such as marathons, but what he terms, “variable cyclic training”. This is described as activities performed in bursts of exertion followed by a period of recovery or expressed another way as “stop and go movement” versus “steady state movement”.
A question comes to light – If the guidelines on nutrition are followed, combined with the strength conditioning procedures, will that belly fat come off to reveal the six pack abs underneath? To put it briefly and accurately – yes! Does it require commitment to a “lifestyle change”? Yes! Will the benefits of feeling better, looking better, far outweigh the costs of time and money? Yes! With the right attitude and commitment, you can live a healthier, more productive life by utilizing the guidelines laid out in Truth About Abs.
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