Your Six Pack Quest Review

As the name implies, Your Six Pack Quest is an exercises program that will help you build well defined, sexy abdominal muscles. It is a comprehensive guide that will take you from the beginner to the expert level with step by step training instructions and a gradual progression for your diet as well.

Vince DelmonteAbout the author

Vince Delmonte is a former professional trainer and Canadian fitness model champion whose years of experience lay the foundation for this comprehensive guide. He has worked with different people over time and understands how each individual requires a personalized approach and routine in order to get the best results.

Your Six Pack Quest Overview

Written in the first person, Your Six Pack Quest ebook can definitely replace a good professional trainer and may turn you into a bit of a fitness expert as well. The information provided in it covers all weight loss aspects, starting from various misconceptions and myths, and going on to motivation issues, weight and cardio training, supplements, diet and lifestyle changes.

As soon as you purchase this book you can throw away anything else you had on the topic of weight loss, because this guide has all the information and all the explanations you can possibly need. I like the way this information is presented because it starts from the basics and goes on to the expert, so you don’t get lost on the way.

In the first chapter Vince presents the top myths and misconceptions about weight loss and body building that may actually be the reasons why you don’t already have a six pack. Once these myths are debunked you are one step closer to reaching your goal.

The following chapter deals with motivation issues which are essential, because you need a lot of commitment if you want to do things right. Weight training and cardio training are presented in the following two chapters, while the fifth covers the meal and nutrition plan. The last chapter suggests a series of lifestyle changes you can make in your life turning your quest to get a six pack into a general lifestyle change for the better.

The workouts

The main focus of the workouts in Your Six Pack Quest is on building nice abdominal muscles while accelerating the metabolic rate to get a double fat-burning effort.

Depending on your goals, the author recommends different workouts you can choose from. In the Upgrade package for example you have:

  • Metabolic Boost program
  • Metabolic extreme program
  • Metabolic overdrive program
  • Home gym program
  • Body weight program
  • Abdominal cardio workouts

Don’t worry if this seems a bit much, Vince tells you exactly what to do and when to do it. He gives you everything you need to know to be able to make an informed choice about your training routine.

The Diets

Vince pays a lot of attention to what you should be eating and when. He stresses the importance of being able to plan your meals and to personalize the diet plan he includes a Calorie Calculator in the package.

What I liked about this guide are the 84 days worth of meal plans, already thought out for you, with different calorie levels depending on your needs. They come with a weekly shopping list to show the author has thought of everything. For me the meal plans were a real time-saver, leaving me more time to focus on more important things.

The PROs

  • Very detailed information
  • It’s a complete system covering motivation, exercise, nutrition, lifestyle changes
  • Takes you from beginner to expert gradually
  • Flexible, printable workout routine

The CONs

  • the amount of information may be a bit overwhelming

Your Six Pack Quest EbookConclusion

Your Six Pack Quest is perfect for both men and women who want to build nice abdominal muscles working out efficiently. The quality of the program is exceptional both in terms of content and presentation.

Get your copy today and it will be like you get your own personal trainer!

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