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The Six Pack Calculator. Input Your Stats Now!

You can now tell how long it’s going to take you to get a six-pack AUTOMATICALLY just by plugging in your stats.

In a previous post entitled “How Long Does It Take To Get Six-Pack Abs” I told you how to work this out manually for yourself.

Now you don’t have to! :D

All you need to know is your current weight and body fat percentage. If you don’t know what your body fat percentage is, plug your stats into my ‘Body Fat Estimator’ in the sidebar of this site.

Before you find out, let me preface this by saying the following…

The calculation is based on the new fat-loss formula contained in the NEW Total Six-Pack Abs

It tells you when you will hit the 10% body fat barrier, which is the level of body fat you need to break to see your abs. If you want to get totally shredded, yes it will take you longer

There are 2 answers- Best Case & Worst Case

Go ahead and check it out before I explain a little more…

How did it go?
Shocked? Surprised? Sound about right? Let me know below!

Can I always guarantee the best case? No. Most will fall somewhere between best and worst.

The calculation is using the least amount of fat you will lose on the program to calculate the worst case (which is 1.5lbs per week), and the most I expect you can lose per week as the best case. In the new Total Six Pack Abs you’ll see why this is mathematically certain to happen. :)

The New TSPA will drop on Monday 16th August! In fact, I’ve basically re-written the whole book. It produces faster results and is easier to follow than ever. I feel confident in saying that it’s the best work I’ve ever done!

There is NO guesswork involved. You’ll know exactly how many pounds of fat you have to lose. And now you’ll know at a glance how long it’s going to take to burn it off.

The program will detail the strategy that allows you to lose at this rate (based you YOUR individual body composition), and you simply apply it. Slowing or stalled fat loss is not an option either, this is well catered for.

Note: Total Six Pack Abs 2 will be available for FREE for those who have purchased a previous version. Also, you can buy the current version now and I will email you once the update is ready for download. So if you were thinking of purchasing, there’s no need to wait.

Stay Motivated!

Mark

P.S. Thanks to Adam Weichel and Jordan Hoskins for getting the calculator designed for me.

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  • Glenn August 10, 2010, 1:47 pm

    Awesome idea Mark! Can you expand the size of the fields on the calculator a bit? It looks only wide enough for one character.

  • Mark McManus August 10, 2010, 2:04 pm

    That’s just the way it appears in a wordpress blog. In a regular site, the fields are bigger and better looking. Try it.
    Cheers.

  • Ian August 10, 2010, 2:11 pm

    I got -1.5 and worst case of -2.5 but still don’t have a six pack. I’m pretty sure my body fat is right because I measure it on a machine with electric pads. Does this mean I’m close but just need to build the muscle more?

  • Andras August 10, 2010, 2:20 pm

    Hi! My best case is -1 weeks :)
    I’m already at 9%, but i can hardly see the six pack, but i know its there :)
    Maybe my barrier is 8%, i dont know. I started TPSA two moths ago, i got here from 15%, it is a very good reasult i think.
    But know i’m stuck a bit.

    Is it worth to buy the new tpsa as well? Is there an upgrade option for us who bought the old book? ;)

  • romi August 10, 2010, 2:37 pm

    like always great work Mark,
    I hope u’ll include the 3 day schedule also in the new TSPA2…i m continuing 3.0 and now eagerly waiting for new 3 days schedule.

  • Mark McManus August 10, 2010, 2:40 pm

    @Ian. Use calipers. Also, at worst your 17 days away if you diet correctly so it could be correct. Even 2 pounds of fat can severely cover up a nice six-pack.
    @Andras. Congrats on the TSPA success. Are you training your abs as outlined in the program? They will build like any other muscle.
    Yes you get the new version free. :)

  • flabcannon August 10, 2010, 2:43 pm

    Hi Mark – I noticed that you said TSPA 2 is free for those who purchased the previous version. I did, but I don’t know how to download the new version. How do I go about doing this?

    Thanks.

  • Andras August 10, 2010, 2:49 pm

    @Mark. Thank you. I do the abs training 3-4 times a week, and im sure i have abs, but i just can’t see them yet. Maybe the caliper method is wrong, and im around 11% in reality. I will not give up tho.

  • Conor August 10, 2010, 2:55 pm

    Handy tool!! 3 weeks for me then!!!
    bought your TSPA few months ago and it worked a treat!! look forward to the reading the new version as im nearly ready for another cut!
    Cheers!

  • Build Muscle Fast Gal August 10, 2010, 2:57 pm

    What a neat creation. Will give it a try – need to go measure my neck and hips! Also, thanks for sharing the html to put on our websites. I might take you up on that, leaving, of course, all your links, etc. intact. It’s much appreciated and I think worth sharing with others!

    By the way, I read your article: How Building Muscle Is Like Taking Out a Loan. It’s a great explanation. I am a woman and recently became very interested in muscle growth. That’s because I work out with Kettlebells and just started learning, from bits and pieces on the internet, about the great importance of diet and how you do your workouts and how important it is to make your workouts count so you don’t LOSE muscle instead of gaining muscle! Your article helps me explain what I do and why I do it to those who wonder why I put emphasis on muscle growth. Thanks!

  • Mark McManus August 10, 2010, 3:11 pm

    @flabcannon. It’s not released yet. It will be out next week.
    @Andras. You’re probably working your abs too often. They need to recover and grow like any other muscle. 2 or 3 intense workouts is more than enough.
    Thanks Conor and BMFG.

  • Joe August 10, 2010, 3:27 pm

    The Six Pack Calculator. What a unique idea…also a great motivating tool.

  • Joshua August 10, 2010, 7:17 pm

    Hey Mark, Cant wait to get the new book. Calculator says 16-20 weeks. I just completed the first week, and HAD to carb up due to the cardio I told you about. I can tell though I am leaning out. MAN….Im gonna be a beast when Im done this cycle. Ill probably be 220lbs at 6’1. Ill keep you posted on Facebook. Take care!

  • Mark McManus August 10, 2010, 8:23 pm

    A beast is right! Your motivation is obvious man, keep it up! If any other Facebookers out there want to friend me, here I am…
    http://www.facebook.com/mcmanus.mark