Answered on August 19, 2014
Created April 06, 2013 at 8:16 PM


Has anyone tried the "Sixpackshortcuts" methods from http://sixpackshortcuts.com ? It sounds a bit overhyped and has a smell of scam imho ;) Experience, anyone?



on April 07, 2013
at 12:16 AM

I had never heard of this, or noticed it. Then I looked to the right, and the advert is for... Sixpack Shortcuts!



on April 06, 2013
at 10:59 PM

that sixpackshortcut guy is EVERYWHERE! Im sure its a fine program but why pay for something when theres so much info available for free. Just do your research and follow a "free" exercise and diet protocol... and eat paleo healthy whole foods.



on April 06, 2013
at 10:16 PM

Is it one of those spray on abs? Or one of those cosmetic surgeries where they carve the fat to look like abs? :)

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on April 06, 2013
at 10:21 PM

Just from the name alone you can tell it's a scam for the 'easy and cheat' crowd. Hell, when I read "Quick demonstrations of how to perform each exercise for maximum results" I instantly think "money grubbing scam". This is because it SHOULD be "How to X with proper form". And you can find those for free all over the internet.

Really, when it comes to diet and exercise I think we're on the verge of a health version of free open source software. It's all there for anyone and everyone to use and discuss, but you can buy a support contract if you want (i.e. hire a personal trainer). Really, little scams like this would be the equivalent of "TRIP XXX LINUX - MAXIMIZE YOUR SERVER IN THREE WEEKS". Fucking stupid.

Actually, I think I may be onto a new distro idea...


on April 06, 2013
at 08:47 PM

I would not trust the opinion of someone who knows so little that he/she shelled out money for that product.

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