See, your other giveaways scared the crap out …

by Rob on April 23, 2014

Comment posted Best Abdominal Exercises – Win A Free Copy by BLR.

See, your other giveaways scared the crap out of me – I’m terrified of regimens that will require me to push my flabby beginner’s body to limits that cause me to pass out at the gym (almost happened – twice – and I need to remember that I can’t do the hard stuff unquestioned).

THIS giveaway interests me greatly. I know that a good core ab workout is key to a workout program. I’m currently reading Body-for-LIFE for Women (Bill is only a little involved in this project, it’s a woman MD who has worked on this book), and when I’m ready to construct my workout (this weekend is the goal), I would like to be fully armed with the best ab workouts out there. I think if this is a set you recommend, it’s something I’d certainly like to test out to see how it works.

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