4 Exercise Ab Workout for a Shredded Six Pack


I KNOW you love ab workouts.

Here’s one that you can use as a stand-alone session at any time – OR add right on to the end of one of your current workouts.

It’s going to be tough – but I think you’ll really enjoy it!


4 Exercise Ab Workout for a Shredded Six Pack
from the “Superhero Abs – 51 Hybrid Ab Training Workouts” program

20 Seconds WORK for each exercise / 10 Seconds REST between moves
Repeat circuit for a total of FOUR rounds

– spiderman push up (or regular / knee push ups)
– squat jump (or squat to toes / total body extension)
– outside mountain climber
– burpee + cross – body moutain climbers combo


Your abs have GOT to be burning after that one … plus it hits your cardio quite hard too!

That’s why Dennis Heenan – creator of the Superhero Abs program – calls a “Core Cardio Crusher”.

Just like we touched on yesterday, this workout is hitting your abs from DIFFERENT ANGLES Рwhich is how you need to be training your core if you want a lean and strong midsection.

Plus, it incorporates a strong cardio element … I mean, you could almost feel the fat burning off your body as you did the workout, right? :)

For 51 more ab workouts like this one, I highly recommend you pick up a copy of Dennis’ Superhero Abs system, which uses the power of Hybrid Ab Training.

Dennis uses these workouts with his training clients – and with himself – to bring the best and fastest results.

The program is currently on sale at a huge discount, as his goal is to help as many people as possible with these workouts to build a lean, strong midsection Рclick here to check it out now.

So – try that ab workout, as a stand-alone session, OR as an “add-on” to your current routine, and get ready for a shredded six pack just in time for summer!

Thanks, train hard, and talk soon -

- Forest Vance, MS, RKC II, PCC

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