Firm and Flatten Your Abs by David Grisaffi is another FlatAbs program sold through the internet. It claims that you can get rock-hard six abs without doing crunches, sit-ups or using expensive equipment by using a scientifically tested sports training. Ok, sounds hyped up like all the fancy looking sales letters.
But who is David Grisaffi?
David seems to be quite experienced in many fields. He’s certified by the International Sports Sciences Association and also by the Chek
Institute as a Corrective High Performance Exercise Kinesiologist, Health and Lifestyle Coach and Golf Biomechanics Pro. This sound impressing, but what does it mean in reality?
What is the ebook about?
The Firm & Flatten Your Abs program does not use sit ups, ab rollers nor fat burning pills. It’s a natural flat abs training program that targets exercises for every muscle in the core and not just abs.
The ebooks is well structured and laid out, with 180 pages. The first three chapters are focussed on introduction, the greatest 15 abdominal myths (we know all about
them…) and some boring theory. So in my opinion you can just start out with chapter four.
Here you begin with a test to evaluate your fitness state. This is something that most programs miss. The workout intensity is based on your individual evaluation
tests. Based on your fitness states you can put together your workout plan.
The core of the ebook are chapter five and six. There are over 50 photographs of the abdominal and core exercises
I asked myself why the program claims to use a scientific approach? It’s probably the combination of not only exercising the “core” abdominal muscle, but the entire
trunk musculature (including the Transversus Abdominis, which you can’t see).
The purpose of training all those muscles is to stabilize the spine and cure low back pain.
Chapter 7 covers the top 15 nutrition secrets to flatten your abs. I personally prefer Mike Geary’s abs diet which is much more varied.
Who will benefit most from the Firm & Flatten Your Abs program?
It’s for everybody and anyone who wants ripped abs. It’s for beginners, people with overweight, athletes. Most exercises can be done at home and don’t require
Are their any downsides?
The ebook is comprehensive, 180 pages are nearly to much. I felt overhelmed when I read the program the first time.
I would have expected more tips on the cardio side. In my opinion there are three elements to lose belly fat: Abs workouts, cardio and a nutrition plan.
What is the verdict?
The Firm & Flatten Your Abs program is a comprehensive abs system. I recommend it mainly if you want to get flat abs and suffer from back pain. The core exercises stabilize the spine which is the main reason causing back problems.
Although the program is for everybody it is not all that simple. If you want to see real results it requires fairly intense volume. You need to be willing to spend
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