GOOD NEWS. BAD NEWS.

 

The Good News:
Everybody has six-pack abs.

The Bad News:
Most people choose to hide theirs under a serious layer of abdominal fat. Some more than others! At great risk to their health, I might add.

The Good News:
Abdominal fat can be reduced, shed, lost, eliminated, or…whatever term you want to use. In other words, you can make it go away when you decide you’ve had enough of it.

The Bad News:
All the ab exercises in the world are not going to do anything to reduce that abdominal fat if you keep eating the way do you.

The Good News:
Better eating will drastically reduce the accumulation of unhealthy fat in your body.

The Bad News:
No, you can’t target fat reduction to those areas of the body where you’d most like to see it disappear. If you feed fat, it will make its way to those places in your body it most likes to accumulate. You know, like your belly. And your butt. And your hips. And your chest. Count on it. Anywhere you’d rather fat not end up, that’s exactly where it will go. Fat is like that, you know. It’s a bully.

The Good News:
A healthy diet is the best exercise for teaching fat a lesson… and freeing your abs out from under its ugly suppression.

The Bad News:
This is not going to happen overnight, nor will it be easy. Discipline takes work and weight loss takes time.

The Good News:
In time, those six-pack abs will come out of hiding as the fat smothering them begins to disappear.

The Bad News:
Along the way, some of the unhealthy foods you love to eat may lose their appeal as you come to appreciate and enjoy the many benefits of more healthy foods.

The Good News:
A few ab exercises – done correctly - along the way will help tone up those six-pack abs in preparation for their big reveal this Summer at the pool.

The Bad News:
None of this will help you in any way with your tan on that pasty-white belly sporting those shapely new abs you got going on down there.

The Good News:
That’s okay. You’ll look a whole lot better trying to get a tan on your nice new abs than trying to hide all that excess fat under an extra large shirt worn over your swimsuit.

The Bad News:
Trying to pull that wet swim shirt away from all those folds it finds its way into as you climb out of the pool is just so much easier when you don’t even have to worry about it because you honored a promise to yourself to get in better shape this Spring.

The Good News:
That new, healthier you is gonna’ look really good at the pool this Summer.