Mike Chang’s Workout – My six pack shortcuts program review
A little bit about me?
I am judo black belt who is constantly looking for new workouts as a way of improving my strength and stamina for judo contests and gradings. After being a gym member for a long time, i have decided to take up home workouts instead. Surprisingly i am achieving better results, and they are keeping me more motivated to succeed.
Six pack Shortcuts – My Overview
Six pack shortcuts is a fully comprehensive guide to losing weight and building muscle.
It contains a variety of simple exercises which can be performed on a daily basis targeting specific muscles in the body. As the ‘six pack’ title suggests, there are also ab specific exercises which can be carried out once a flat stomach has been achieved.
The programme is by no means a quick fix and does require hard work and dedication as you work through a 12 week programme, five days a week. The workouts:
Firstly build additional muscle
Work the ‘core’
include supersets and trisets. These techniques trick the muscles into working harder, in less time.
Nutritional information is an additional bonus with this programme. It is a completely natural approach, without the need for diet pills or expensive supplements.
Because the guide comes in video format, it is like having your own personal trainer in the home. This serves to improve technique quickly, and make the workout a much more enjoyable experience. However, i do prefer my workouts on DVD for convenience. Only a small criticism!
If you decide to take up the six pack programme, i am confident you will see positive results, but only if you work hard and stick with the program. You should achieve increased muscle mass, improved stamina, and less body fat. However, these are only the physical benefits. Your self confidence and energy levels should also improve,
If you are short on time, like myself, in order to do the six pack shortcuts program at home, without the need for expensive gym membership, i would recommend getting yourself some dumbbells, barbell, and bench. Pull up equipment is also very beneficial. I have my own bar at home (took me a while to fit though, need to improve my DIY skills).
I decided to buy the Six Pack Shortcuts program after much debate. In short (pardon the pun!) I am very happy with the product to date. I know that there are some very good free videos on You Tube by Mike Chang which i tried out for some time before I finally bit the bullet and bought Six Pack Shortcuts. This is a very good starting point, however, without the programme i lacked a consistent approach and routine which i now have by following Six pack shortcuts. Hopefully it will give you the drive to succeed. It worked for me. As well as the weight lifting, body resistance and pull up drills, i also really enjoyed the cardio elements. It was seeing the M100s that got me into this workout programme in the first place. Yes you really can push yourself to the brink in 5 minutes. I was in a pool of sweat.
Six pack shortcuts is much more comprehensive and informative in comparison to other similar home workouts on the internet which I have previously tested. The additional support from Mike Chang and his support team is also pretty good.
I personally like the combination between physical exercises and nutritional information that Mike Chang reveals in the Six pack shortcuts main guide and I think that the 2 months money-back guarantee from Mike Chang is a fair offer that can allow anyone to try this program risk free.
I do not think that the Six Pack Shortcuts workout is a ‘shortcut’ as such, like other reviews may claim on the web. It requires hard work and dedication, however at this point in time I am satisfied with my results. I think that with the right approach it is possible for the majority of people with a solid commitment to see significant results in quite a short amount of time. In any event, with the fall back of a 100% money back guarantee I do not think that there is anything to lose. I have achieved good lean muscle gain, improved stamina, and i am well on the way to success with this programme. Still working on the abs! My main weakness is sticking to the healthy eating.
My final piece of advice is to supplement your diet with whey protein shakes after the weights and recovery formula after the cardio elements, for any intensive home or gym workout. Stretching and recovery time is also extremely important and can easily be overlooked. Lest just say i have learnt my lesson the hard way.
Thank you for reading my article/review.