How To Get 6 Pack Abs…The ACTUAL Way!


Everybody wants to have abs that actually show and look sexy in your mankini, shorts or whatever you’re into and the truth is…you already have a 6 pack it’s just not showing!

Straight away everyone assumes to get abs that show you must do hundreds and hundreds of sit-ups – this is BULLSH*T! Here…let me break it down for you:
Doing hundreds and hundreds of sit-ups/crunches or whatever those stupid ass magazines tell you to do will grow your abs – yes…however you’re NEVER going to see them if you have a layer of FAT covering them! Making your abs bigger without first stripping the fat layer will only push the fat layer further out…get me?
Let me try and explain in layman’s terms…


Now here’s what and what not to do:

  • Do NOT spend hours and hours running on a treadmill unless you’re hoping to see results NEXT year!
  • DO cut down your food portions and eat more frequently i.e scrap the 3 large meals a day and eat around 5-6 (if possible) smaller portions. Also not a bad idea to check the sugar and fat contain in whatever you’re eating (If sugar per 100g’s is more than 10g then AVOID THIS!)
  • DO exercises that get your heart beating fast after a short time i.e Sprinting on the spot with high knees, burpees, star jumps etc. Try and do 3-4 sets of around 30seconds-1minute a time (increase this when you can). These are what they call “After Burn” exercises. These get your heart rate going straight away and burn fat for hours even after you’ve finished exercising!
  • Do NOT eat later than 9pm (This only applies if you’re trying to loose fat) and if you physically can’t do that, try to avoid anything fatty or sweet that will lay on your stomach while you sleep!
  • DO exercise regularly…I’d say 10-15 mins per day of a decent circuit for a few weeks will do the trick! I.E: 30 seconds of sprinting on the spot x 3 resting 1 minute between then burpees for 30 seconds x 3 resting 1 minute between and 1 further exercise like upside down bicycle again for 30 seconds x 3 resting 1 minute in between. Up these to 1 minute plus when you’re able!

Do this for a few weeks (The harder you work the quicker you’ll see results) and once you start to see a little definition around your abdominal area – THAT is when you start your crunches/situps and other abdominal exercises to bulk them up while you carry on the circuits!

Let us know how you get on!

How To Get Rid Of Acne – The Natural Way!


Step 2: By and use these!

Use these with NO sugar!!

Step 3: Take a trip to the body shop!

Face wash

Cleanse, then Tone!

Then Cream!



Sign up to a gym that has a sauna or steam room! Use this as often as you can!

Do not ask me for all the technical reasons as to why this works for smooth skin/floor-less skin just know IT WORKS!

If you treat your body like a dustbin…YOU WILL LOOK LIKE A DUSTBIN! Simplez!

The Truth About Water – Top 5 Myths

Myth 1: We should drink eight glasses of water a day to avoid dehydration

Probably one of the most widely-believed yet false beliefs about water – no doubt encouraged by bottled water brands.

According to the British Dietetic Association and the NHS, we should try consume the equivalent of around six to eight glasses of fluid a day, but that’s fluid, not water.

Much of this can be obtained from the food we eat – fruit and vegetables are 80-90 per cent water by weight – and other drinks including milk, tea and coffee.

But even this has come under criticism. Scottish GP Dr Margaret McCartney wrote in the British Medical Journal that there was no strong evidence for the current advice, adding that it was “not only nonsense, but thoroughly debunked nonsense.”

Obviously in hotter, sweatier conditions we need to up our intake to make up for the extra loss, but again, any non-alcoholic drink will suffice.

Your body is very good at regulating water levels; it will get rid of excess by sweat and urine and when levels are low you will feel thirsty and compelled to drink.

Myth 2: Coffee, tea and other beverages “dehydrate” you

While it is true that caffeine has a diuretic effect (it makes you want to pee), this is very mild compared with the amount of water contained in the drink. These drinks mostly contribute to your body’s need for water, without the risk of dehydration.

Myth 3: Water is harmless

Generally speaking, water is non-toxic. But you can drink too much water. In extreme cases drinking too much water can cause an electrolyte imbalance in the body, known as “water intoxication.”

Athletes in extreme sports, such as marathon runners, have been known to suffer from this condition. Their sport causes them to sweat profusely, leading to a loss of both water and electrolytes, including sodium. But if they drink a lot of water in a short period of time without replacing the lost electrolytes, sodium levels in the blood fall, which can be potentially life-threatening.

Myth 4: Bottled water is safer than tap water

Would you drink a liquid that contains chemicals that may have been exposed to pesticides, man-made fertilisers and even radioactive materials, and destroys the environment? Then you will probably be happy to pay 1,500 times the going rate to drink water from a plastic bottle.

Tap water is subject to stringent health and safety requirements. It is continuously tested and safe to drink. Bottled waters often come from exactly the same sources as tap water – in fact some are tap water.

Much bottled water is prepared with lower safety standards than tap water, and it consumes vast resources to bottle, ship, market and sell it. That’s why it costs around 1,500 times more per drink than tap water, which is safe, cheap, convenient and by the far the most eco-friendly way to get water.

Myth 5: Water can help you lose weight

There is some truth is this idea, but only some.

Going back to myth 1, drinking calorie-free and sugar-free water is a better way to get your daily fluid intake than gulping sugary, high-calorie soft drinks.

Some studies have also shown that drinking water before a meal can help you eat less.

But the key point here is that you do in fact need to eat less, and reduce your calorie intake; the water itself, does not in any way reduce your body fat.


50 Cent To Release Workout Book “Formula 50: A 6-Week Total Body Transformation Plan”

Following the release of “Playground” and “The 50th Law,” Fif will add another book to his resume.

50 Cent has been staying on the entrepreneurial grind, launching his Street King initiative and SMS Audio headphones. Now, he’s once again focusing on his publishing career, announcing the release of his fitness book Formula 50: A 6-Week Total Body Transformation Plan.

According to a press release, the book focuses on metabolic resistance training (MRT), a medium between cardio and muscle building. It also offers nutritional advice and “helps readers develop the mental toughness and motivation to stick with the plan.”

“I am delighted to work with the Penguin Group USA again. I had a strong desire to write this book because is very important to me to help people make positive changes and take charge of their overall health. FORMULA 50 is a radical six week mind-body transformation plan geared to help readers develop mental toughness to achieve optimum results while offering a nutrition component,” said Fif.

Formula 50 is scheduled for release in January 2013 via Avery Books.

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