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