One of the most important attributes of a good dance is a strong and capable core. If it is well developed, then you are better able to maintain good posture and top-line. If your core is capable, then you’re better able to isolate the top from the bottom and you can achieve much better hip movement.
In this blog post, I am going to review an e-book dedicated to helping people improve their stomach – The Truth About Six Pack Abbs by Mike Geary.
What’s the intention of the book?
Mike Geary’s target market is actually people wanting to trim down to have a good looking stomach. The book is written for someone who is essentially vain and wants to become more attractive. Despite this starting point – it then takes the reader through the basics of exercise and the need to work the whole body as opposed to just one part of the body. Next it argues very convincingly that if one really wants that kind of a good looking body, then it’s time to watch what you eat and trim down. Nevertheless, it does cover a very comprehensive collection of exercises that are focused on the core, but still works the whole body. These exercises will definitely give you a good set of abbs, but the might not be visible. Finally, it covers things you can do to raise your metabolic rate to get weight down if you still need or want to. At the end of this e-book (close to 150 pages) there will be very few mysteries of weight control, diet and exercise for a fit and capable body that remain for you.
It’s basically written for someone who is vain and just wants good looking abbs, but then digs very deep and provides a comprehensive coverage of the needed information for a good looking and capable body.
What does it has to offer a dancer?
Certainly there is nothing wrong with losing weight if you want to be a better dancer. If you’re a little lighter, then you can move a little faster. Also, if you’re thinner, then you probably will feel better, and dance more confidently.
However, it really is the strong core that is what’s needed for good dance. The kind of core that switches on when you need it and is strong enough to move as you want for as long as you want. This is where the book really excels for the dancer. If you put the effort into following the exercise routine in the book, then (regardless of how much you each and whether you can see your abbs or not) you will definitely find that you can use your core for much better dancing.
Is it easy to use?
There is quite a lot of reading in the book if you want to take it all in. However, you always simply go straight to the exercise routines that are there. They range from the introductory to the advanced. It is obviously hard to exercise if that’s not your thing – there is no real easy way to get fit – but it can be hard to keep track of each exercise. You might need to keep going back to the e-book to look up the next exercise. But once you are familiar with the exercises it’s just a question of the effort you put in to the workout.
Would I recommend it?
When you by The Truth About Six Pack Abbs by Mike Geary, you also get another 6 related e-books on topics ranging from flexibility to balance to general fitness. The value for money is great. I have used the abb exercises and some of the other books. However, if you’re hoping to find an easy way to get a string core and hoping you can read until you have a strong core, then it’s not for you. Nevertheless, if you want to work out to strengthen your core, but just need to know the right exercises, then this is a perfect e-book to buy.
Where to buy
If you want to get better abbs for better dance and too look better, then you can buy the e-book here. For disclosure, if you do buy this e-book, then I will likely be financially rewarded by Mike in soem way.