Hi John, this is Ruben (name removed). I just read your review of Six Pack Shortcuts and I really like it, but I was going to ask you… What other programs can you recommend to me given that I’m totally clueless about fitness and nutrition. And yes, as most people, I’m poor supporting family and going to school and I do want to purchase the program, but first I need to learn the basics and the right way to do things because I cannot afford to get an injury. As you mentioned in the review, if you don’t know your stuff first you can easily get injured with this program. And also I was going to ask you what do you recommend I do when I purchase the program – after I learn all the basics to get the most out of my money – like in the review you mentioned that there is a hidden extra charge for the second month for being in a special group.
I know this is a lot of questions, but I prefer to wait and learn the right things instead of just jumping at it. Thank you for your time John. I hope to hear from you soon. Have a great day.
For learning proper technique with all of the various exercises, the best free site I know of is http://www.exrx.net/. There will be a tutorial for the vast majority of exercises inside of the Six Pack Shortcuts program, and the instructions are usually simple and to the point. I’d refer there if there’s ever any doubt about how to perform a certain exercise.
And other than that, there are a lot of directions I could point you, but I’d probably start with Tom Venuto’s book, Burn The Fat Feed The Muscle (recently released in hardcover edition). That’s the single best body transformation system currently available, in my opinion. And for your dollar, I don’t think there’s a better investment you could make. You can read my full endorsement here, and my Amazon review here, if you’re interested.
re: monthly subscription
My understanding is that after you buy Six Pack Shortcuts, you have 30 days to use the bonus materials and additional services. It’s a 30-day free trial. So, as long as you cancel the monthly subscription within 30 days, you won’t be charged again. All you’ll have to do is send an email in to the SPS customer support and request that they cancel your subscription.
During my product testing period, I contacted the Six Pack Shortcuts customer support a couple of times – both by phone and email – and they handled the issues just fine. So, I’m sure it would be no trouble trying to get the monthly subscription canceled as long as you have your customer information in front of you (e.g. order number).
If you have any further questions, just let me know – happy to help.