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7 Weeks to 300 Sit-Ups: Strengthen and Sculpt Your Abs, Back, Core and Obliques by Training to Do 300 Consecutive Sit-Upsby Brett Stewart
Synopses & Reviews
ARE YOU READY TO SCULPT YOUR ABS?
Follow the 7-week program in this book and youll massively increase the strength and muscle tone of your core, back and obliques to such an extreme that youll be able to do 300 consecutive sit-ups. Packed with clear charts and helpful photos,7 Weeks to 300 Sit-Ups tells you everything you need to know about the ultimate exercise for your core and includes:
• Instructions on how to do a perfect sit-up
• Easy-to-follow progressive training programs
• Added challenges for extreme strengthening
Offering field-tested, day-by-day plans and more than 30 core-shredding exercises, this book has something for everyone: from beginners embarking on a new workout regimen to athletes looking to expand their strength-training options.
A surefire program that trains anyone to do 300 consecutive sit-ups
Most people want great abs, but few know how to get them. 7 Weeks to 300 Sit-Ups is the ultimate program to train anyone to go from doing just one sit-up to performing an amazing 300 consecutive reps in under two months — sculpting a flat, firm six pack in the process. Starting with detailed instructions on how to perform a proper sit-up and maximize its benefit, the book breaks down the core strengthening effects muscle by muscle. Day-by-day and week-by-week exercise plans outline how to work up to 300 sit-ups safely and effectively, avoiding common mistakes that can lead to back problems. The program helps to build a well-balanced core that improves sports performance, maintains good posture, and prevents injury — all this without joining a gym or buying expensive exercise equipment. The book also prepares readers for the strength training itself with specific diet and nutrition plans and additional aerobic work.
About the Author
Brett Stewart is a personal trainer and writer.
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