Bullet-proof ABS: 2nd Edition of Beyond Crunches

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Dragon Door Publications, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 136 pages
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Discover How to Gain Maximum Muscle-Strength in Minimum Time, Using Breakthrough Techniques That Blow the Roof Off Traditional Ab Exercises.As a former Soviet Union Special Forces conditioning coach Pavel Tsatsouline already knew a thing or two about how to create bullet-stopping abs. Since then, he has combed the world to pry out this select group of primevally powerful ab exercises-guaranteed to yield the fastest, most effective results known to man. According to Pavel, "Crunches belong on the junk pile of history, next to Communism. 'Feeling the burn' with high reps is a waste of time!" Save yourself countless hours of unrewarding, if not useless-if not damaging-toil. Get with the program. Make fast gains and achieve blistering, rock-hard abs now.Fry your abs without the spine-wrecking, neck-jerking stress of traditional crunches-using this radical situp designed by the world's leading back and muscle function expert, Professor Janda, from Czechoslovakia.No one-but no one-has ever matched Bruce Lee's ripped-beyond-belief abs. What was his favorite exercise? Here it is. Now you can rip your own abs to eye-popping shreds and reclassify yourself as superhuman.When it came to wanting titanium abs yesterday, the Soviet Special Forces didn't believe in delayed gratification. Pavel gave them what they wanted. If you want abs that'll put you in the world's top one percent, this cruel and unusual drill does the trick.

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User Review  - Christoph Hellmuth - Goodreads

Some really good tips, but the ads for the "abs pavelizer" make it sadly sound like any other commercial that promises you abs. Read full review

Review: Bullet-Proof ABS: 2nd Edition of Beyond Crunches

User Review  - Daniel H. - Goodreads

The only thing I really don't like about Tsatsouline's books is that they are spread out with big pictures and big repeats of in-text only made large to get the book volume. Aside from that there is ... Read full review

About the author (2000)

Pavel Tsatsouline, is a former Soviet Special Forces physical training instructor, who helped Dragon Door Publications initiate the modern kettlebell movement.

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