Just received the following comments from a 72-year old and
want to share them with you. My unabridged reply to folow:
Let me add my two cents on the Five Second Abs. How about
NO second Abs.
I’m seventy one (+) and bought both ‘Conditioning’ and ‘Abs’ books.
I found that while doing Hindu pushups I visualize a needle coming
up from the floor while in the up position. To keep from getting painfully
stuck, I pull in my abs as hard as I can for a second. I have a sixpack
for the first time in my life including when I wrestled in high school and
when I went through Marine Corps boot camp at Perris Island.
By the way; after about a month of one day a week squats and pushups
I got up to 36 pushups and 200 squats before changing to daily workouts
of 15 pushups and 30 squats. To add a little strength I then do 3 sets of
single leg half squats and three sets of 8 pullups or chins.
You definitely know what you are talking about.
M.F.: Fred, thanks so much for letting me know about this. You’ve just given
away another one of my secrets – one that is usually only taught at my
annual seminar. Glad to hear of your success. There is much more in
store for you. Thanks for being an example, not only to people in your
age bracket – but frankly, for everyone.
So there you have it, my friend. Be sure to get on the program that Fred
is following by going to http://www.mattfurey.com/combat_abs.html as
Kick Butt – Take Names,
P.S. To appreciate just how spectacular the results are that Fred has gotten,
you need only look around at the average 30 year old. Most have bodies that
are ready for the scrap heap. The good news is that they can become studly
and studettely again with my programs. KATN.