The Science-Based Way To Get Abs

How I Used A Unique New Intermittent Fasting System To Flatten My Stomach And Get Abs


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Thomas DeLauer –
Sixpackabs.com Nutrition Expert

The Science-Based Six Pack intermittent fasting program was created by Thomas DeLauer, the most subscribed natural health expert on YouTube. Thomas is best known for his personal transformation. In just a few years he went from being severely overweight to being one of the world's top fitness models. In today's presentation, Thomas shares how you can use the same 2 step process he used to lose stomach fat.


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See What Other Men Are Saying About Thomas DeLauer’s Intermittent Fasting Course

Rob Davis Last October I saw one of your side-by-side pictures of you before your transformation. That picture inspired me to make changes. I used to be miserably overweight but with your advice, I am well on my way to a new, healthier me. Your posts continue to inspire me on the journey. I have a great deal of respect for you and Amber and I'm grateful for what you're doing!!! Thank you for helping me achieve my dream body.

*Please keep in mind that results may vary from person to person.

Jeremy White Huge fan of fasting been doing it for a couple of months, I chose to do the intermittent fasting and have already seen incredible results in the way I look and feel, thanks Thomas good information!!!

*Please keep in mind that results may vary from person to person.

Donovan J Friesen I love fasted training - I feel as if I can watch my body change daily. I can't believe getting six pack abs was this easy, thank you so much Thomas!

*Please keep in mind that results may vary from person to person.

Mike Farkas Dear Thomas, I would think that those stretch marks are a great reminder of the amazing transformation you've gone through, and what you had to do to get where you are. To me, that's a medal of honor. Thanks for sharing your intermittent fasting perspective and personal life Thomas - I am more motivated than ever!

*Please keep in mind that results may vary from person to person.

Anthony Gore Love your YouTube channel. You're an inspiration to people who want to make a change in their lives. After following your advice, I now know that anything is achievable if you are willing to take the first step.

*Please keep in mind that results may vary from person to person.

* “Fasting has completely simplified my life and made getting the body I want a reality.”

—Ben Aseltine

*GENERALLY EXPECTED RESULTS FROM OUR SCIENCE BASED SIX PACK, SIX PACK SHORTCUTS AND OTHER SPS PRODUCTS:
Although our products are intended to be fully implemented, and we work hard to ensure it's easy to do so, the typical user of virtually all education products treats them in much the same way they treat a book. The vast majority read or skim through it once, then do not implement the program or take any recommended action based. The results of our exercise methodology are intangible, and not measured in fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or other positive results of any kind. And even when consumers implement our product in full, more often than not they do not report increases in fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or other positive results of any kind. Reports of specific fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or any positive results of any kind should therefore be understood as the exception rather than the rule. Consumers who use our products can generally expect not to see any increase in fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or positive results of any kind. It is entirely possible you will gain fat, lose muscle, lose abdominal definition, and experience other negative outcomes as a result of the advice contained in our products.


*TESTIMONIALS DISCLAIMER:
Testimonials found at sixpackshortcuts.com and/or from Mike Chang Fitness are unverified results that have been forwarded to us by users of the Six Pack Shortcuts program, and may not reflect the typical purchaser's experience (as are described above,) may not apply to the average person and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results. If we have disclosed typical results based on information provided to us by a manufacturer or other reputable third party source, you should presume that the typical results as stated are more reliable than the testimonials and other examples found at sixpackshortcuts.com and/or from SPS. However, you should always perform due diligence and not take such results at face value. We are not responsible for any errors or omissions in typical results information supplied to us by manufacturers or other reputable third parties. If a product or service is new, you understand that it may not have been available for purchase long enough to provide an accurate results history. Again, it is possible that even with perfect use of the program, you will not achieve the results described in testimonials. They are meant to be a showcase of the best results the program has produced, and should not be taken as the results a typical user will get.


*RISKS OF PRODUCT USE:
The website’s content is not a substitute for direct, personal, professional medical care and diagnosis. None of the diet plans or exercises (including products and services) mentioned at sixpackshortcuts.com or from Mike Chang Fitness should be performed or otherwise used without clearance from your physician or health care provider. The information contained within is not intended to provide specific physical or mental health advice, or any other advice whatsoever, for any individual or SPS and should not be relied upon in that regard. We are not medical professionals and nothing on this website should be misconstrued to mean otherwise.

There may be risks associated with participating in activities mentioned on sixpackshortcuts.com for people in poor health or with pre-existing physical or mental health conditions. Because these risks exist, you will not participate in such diet plans if you are in poor health or have a pre-existing mental or physical condition. If you choose to participate in these risks, you do so of your own free will and accord, knowingly and voluntarily assuming all risks associated with such dietary activities. These risks may also exist for those who are currently in good health right now. READ FULL DISCLAIMER AND TERMS.

See How Traditional Diets Compare To Intermittent Fasting

What Will Your Day Look Like On A Traditional Diet?
7 AM:

Breakfast - Rush to make a quick breakfast before heading off to work

10 AM:

Mid-Morning Meal - Eat a boring pre-made tupperware meal to keep your metabolism going

12:30 PM:

Lunch - Skip going to lunch with coworkers and eat another bland low-carb pre-made meal instead

4 PM:

Afternoon Snack - Scavenge the office vending machine for a healthy protein bar to hold you over until dinner time

6:30 PM:

Dinner - Finally get home and warm up the chicken you cooked in bulk a few nights ago for another low-carb meal

9 PM:

Meal Prep - Skip out on eating since it’s already late and instead spend an hour or so preparing your meals for tomorrow

What Will Your Day Look Like On An Intermittent Fasting Diet?
7 AM:

Skip breakfast and enjoy a cup or two of coffee as you start your day

10 AM:

Up your hydration with the appetite-suppressing effects of lemon infused mineral water


12:30 PM:
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Pass on lunch and keep your productivity at an all time high so you can accomplish more in your day than the average guy - without any distractions

4 PM:

Break your fast with a convenient snack that contains specific nutrients for enhancing the fat burning effects of your 16 hour fast as you now start your 8 hour eating period.


7:30 PM:

Dinner means it’s time to replenish your body with a large, calorie-dense meal that’s loaded with foods you love - at home, or at your favorite restaurant - guilt free!

9 PM – 12 AM:

Enjoy life - Enjoy your social life with drinks and foods you love all the way til midnight... Minus the guilt, minus the unwanted weight gain!

What Makes This Intermittent Fasting Program More Effective Than Any Other Diet Out There?



I Know What You Must Be Thinking…

“This is probably just another one of those fad diets, isn’t it?”

  • *Not at all! In fact, the practice of intermittent fasting has been used for centuries for its wide variety of health benefits such as general weight management, cellular repair, enhanced brain function, immunity, and even to increase one’s lifespan (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6).
  • *Intermittent fasting is popular for a reason, and that's because it's not just another diet, it's a healthy lifestyle change that literally transforms the mechanisms within your body that allow you to become a self-sufficient fat burner.
  • *According to a 2014 review of the scientific literature, intermittent fasting can cause weight loss of 3-8% over 3-24 weeks (7). The study showed that individuals also lost 4-7% of their waist circumference, which indicates that they lost lots of belly fat, the harmful fat in the abdominal cavity that causes disease.
  • *This science based plan is particularly unique because it’s a designed as a complete lifestyle plan - meaning it also incorporates an exercise course to compliment the benefits of following this pattern of eating - making it truly unique to any other typical “fat loss diet” available.

“I’ve tried so many other diets before… Will this really work for me and my busy schedule?”

  • *It’s worked for many men like you before! So many men turn to intermittent fasting because of the simplicity it brings to their daily lives… No more hassling with breakfast, wasting hours in the kitchen preparing meals in advance, or having to eat every 2-3 hours.
  • *Upon starting, many find themselves more energetic, more focused and productive during the day - Plus, hunger cravings are diminished meaning far less food distractions are experienced.
  • *And since your scheduled eating periods are later in the day, that means you get to enjoy eating the foods you love when you have the opportunity to relax after a long, busy day.

“So what is intermittent fasting, exactly?”

  • *The first thing that you need to know is that intermittent fasting is NOT a diet. You still eat your normal amount of food, you just eat it in a smaller time frame, referred to as your “eating period”.
  • *It is simply a plan telling you when you can eat and when you cannot eat. Since you spend more time fasting than you do eating, it gives your body a chance to tap into its stored fat for fuel.
  • *Based on the numerous benefits you’re about to discover, intermittent fasting is really meant for anyone who is serious about improving their health and losing weight without overhauling their diet… or making any drastic behavior changes. Technically, you don’t need to change anything about your diet to benefit from intermittent fasting , which makes it very appealing to many men.

“What’s the difference between the Science Based Sixpack Intermittent Fasting Course versus the other Intermittent Fasting plans?”

  • *Firstly, unlike most intermittent fasting programs which don’t provide guidelines for what to eat during your eating periods, I’ve included for you my personal “Fast Break Strategy” - a simple method of breaking your fast with specific nutrients that research has shown can extend the fat-burning effects of your fast - well into your eating period! So that way you can enjoy the foods you really love while being able to reach your goals.
  • *I’ve also provided two plans - a ‘Base Track’ plan which is a more flexible intermittent fasting schedule that is perfect for men who are new to following a nutrition plan. Additionally, I’ve included my ‘Fast Track’ plan, which is my personal intermittent fasting plan that I used to transform my own body - it’s comes with a macronutrient-based meal plan and over a dozen different “Fast Break Recipes” including convenient mini-meal options, super satisfying blow out meals and even desserts!
  • *Finally, I’ve incorporated a uniquely specialized exercise regimen that compliments the effects of my intermittent fasting eating course and allows you to dig even deeper into your fat stores to overhaul your weight loss goals even faster.

“Isn’t going long periods of time without eating bad for me? Won’t I burn muscle?”

  • *As far back as the 1930s, scientists have been exploring the many benefits of a “fasted” lifestyle approach. During that time, one American scientist found that significantly reducing calories for set periods of time promoted longer, healthier lifespans while reducing the risk of common diseases (8).
  • *Many researchers conclude that fasting may also increase the body’s responsiveness to your fat burning hormone, which regulates blood sugar and helps control hunger - both of which contribute to enhancing health and quality of life (9).
  • *As for your muscle - several studies on intermittent fasting have also shown that a certain protein-synthesis boosting hormone dramatically increases as a direct result from fasting. Having higher levels of this hormone helps with muscle building. Bigger muscles means more strength and more endurance and as you can tell, these are characteristics that every guy looking to put on lean size would cherish.

“But won’t going long periods of time without eating make me feel tired? I don’t want to have low energy or have difficulty focusing…”

  • *Fatigue, brain fog, and inability to stay on task are common symptoms that people experience daily which are in fact made worse by fluctuating your blood sugar levels constantly throughout the day (eating every 2-3 hours is largely the culprit).
  • *However, intermittent fasting may hold the answer for you. Studies show that intermittent fasting actually releases a hormone called Noradrenaline - or better known as the “fight or flight” hormone. This hormone keeps the body and mind in a heightened state of alertness, sharpens your focus and contributes to feeling higher levels of energy during the day. Lower fat burning hormone levels and increased amounts of noradrenaline together have been shown to increase the breakdown of body fat and facilitate its use for energy.

“How am I going to fight hunger cravings? What if I fall off the wagon?”

  • *Good news: The answer is no. While the idea of “fasting” may make you think of “starving”, intermittent fasting is more about cutting way back on calories for short time periods. Doing so will affect your hunger and cravings over time in a positive way.
  • *The idea: As your body adjusts, you become satisfied more easily with smaller portions because your stomach capacity shrinks - along with your appetite.
  • *Falling off the wagon tends to not be a concern when following an intermittent fasting program because technically, you don’t need to change anything about your diet to benefit from intermittent fasting … Meaning you still can enjoy the foods you love - just in a smaller window of time. Which makes it very appealing to many people.

“It sounds like this program is asking me to break all of the most important diet rules I’ve ever learned, is that wise?”

  • *Well, ask yourself this question: Have the diets or weight loss advice you tried to follow in the past worked? If you didn’t experience any positive results, then that’s your body’s way of telling you that you need to try a different approach.

*GENERALLY EXPECTED RESULTS FROM OUR SCIENCE BASED SIX PACK, SIX PACK SHORTCUTS AND OTHER SPS PRODUCTS:
Although our products are intended to be fully implemented, and we work hard to ensure it's easy to do so, the typical user of virtually all education products treats them in much the same way they treat a book. The vast majority read or skim through it once, then do not implement the program or take any recommended action based. The results of our exercise methodology are intangible, and not measured in fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or other positive results of any kind. And even when consumers implement our product in full, more often than not they do not report increases in fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or other positive results of any kind. Reports of specific fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or any positive results of any kind should therefore be understood as the exception rather than the rule. Consumers who use our products can generally expect not to see any increase in fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or positive results of any kind. It is entirely possible you will gain fat, lose muscle, lose abdominal definition, and experience other negative outcomes as a result of the advice contained in our products.


*TESTIMONIALS DISCLAIMER:
Testimonials found at sixpackshortcuts.com and/or from Mike Chang Fitness are unverified results that have been forwarded to us by users of the Six Pack Shortcuts program, and may not reflect the typical purchaser's experience (as are described above,) may not apply to the average person and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results. If we have disclosed typical results based on information provided to us by a manufacturer or other reputable third party source, you should presume that the typical results as stated are more reliable than the testimonials and other examples found at sixpackshortcuts.com and/or from SPS. However, you should always perform due diligence and not take such results at face value. We are not responsible for any errors or omissions in typical results information supplied to us by manufacturers or other reputable third parties. If a product or service is new, you understand that it may not have been available for purchase long enough to provide an accurate results history. Again, it is possible that even with perfect use of the program, you will not achieve the results described in testimonials. They are meant to be a showcase of the best results the program has produced, and should not be taken as the results a typical user will get.


*RISKS OF PRODUCT USE:
The website’s content is not a substitute for direct, personal, professional medical care and diagnosis. None of the diet plans or exercises (including products and services) mentioned at sixpackshortcuts.com or from Mike Chang Fitness should be performed or otherwise used without clearance from your physician or health care provider. The information contained within is not intended to provide specific physical or mental health advice, or any other advice whatsoever, for any individual or SPS and should not be relied upon in that regard. We are not medical professionals and nothing on this website should be misconstrued to mean otherwise.

There may be risks associated with participating in activities mentioned on sixpackshortcuts.com for people in poor health or with pre-existing physical or mental health conditions. Because these risks exist, you will not participate in such diet plans if you are in poor health or have a pre-existing mental or physical condition. If you choose to participate in these risks, you do so of your own free will and accord, knowingly and voluntarily assuming all risks associated with such dietary activities. These risks may also exist for those who are currently in good health right now. READ FULL DISCLAIMER AND TERMS.

Here Are The Top 4 So-Called Most Important Fat Loss Diet Rules… And Why You Need To BREAK Them

RULE #1: “Never eat late at night.”

Now, if you’ve ever tried to lose weight before, I’m sure you’ve heard that eating at night will make you gain weight…

The reason being that if you eat before bedtime, you won’t be actively burning calories while you sleep, therefore you’ll just store the food as body fat… Sound familiar?

Well I hate to break it to you… But that’s not always true.

You see, if you are constantly eating during the day and pig out at night time, well then yes, logically you would pack on fat.

But, by keeping your fat burning hormone levels minimized, you’ll give your body a chance to use energy it already has stored - Meaning you’ll have the freedom to chow down on your favorite foods without the guilt of eating late…

In fact, if you time your eating periods just right… You can actually improve the results you will see by eating this late.


RULE #2: “Don’t skip breakfast.”

If you are a guy who breaks this rule because you don’t have time to prepare a morning meal or perhaps you just don’t have much of an appetite when you wake up - Don’t sweat it!

Because here’s the real truth about the so-called ‘most important meal of the day…

During your nightly sleep cycle, your body goes from a ‘fed state’ to a ‘fasted state’ - where it’s no longer breaking down or absorbing nutrients from the food you ate.

That means your body will naturally begin tapping into stored energy (body fat) for fuel.

However, when you decide to eat first thing in the morning, you’re literally breaking your fast (break-fast), and instead, triggering your fat burning hormone levels to rise.

Your fat burning hormone is the hormone responsible for fat storage.

So, if we ramp up our fat burning hormone levels first thing in the morning, we are sending our bodies right into fat storing mode.

However, when we skip breakfast, our fat burning hormone levels remain low…

And when our fat burning hormone levels are low, we can continue to tap into stored fat and burn it for fuel all day long.


RULE #3: “Eat 3-6 small meals during the day.”

Any busy guy will tell you that having to stop what he’s doing every 2-3 hours to choke down a boring diet meal isn’t something he enjoys doing…

It’s hard to stay productive when you’re constantly interrupting yourself to eat.

Not to mention the prep work you have to do to make sure you have 3 healthy meals pre-made and packed when you go to work is a huge pain…

But fortunately for guys who want to lose weight... It’s not a necessary evil like most of us have been lead to believe… And it all ties back to your master fat-storing hormone.

When you eat every 2-3 hours, your body remains in what’s called a ‘fed state.’

In this state, your fat burning hormone level remains high all day long… Which means you’re practically in fat storing mode all day long.

Because you’re constantly eating, you never give your body a chance to reach it’s natural fat burning state…

And like I mentioned earlier, we need to have low fat burning hormone levels in order to achieve that.


RULE #4: “You have to change WHAT you eat to lose weight.”

We’ve all heard it before…

Cut your carbs… Go low-fat… Eat less calories… Avoid junk food at ALL costs…

Every diet plan under the sun has some sort of ‘restriction’ placed on what types of foods you can and can’t eat in order to see results…

And for me, sacrificing the enjoyment of food wasn’t really the way I wanted to live my life.

Most diets condition you to feel guilty about eating the foods you love… Or cause you to feel like you’re a failure when you give into temptation and splurge a little.

I think that fundamentally, this is the reason why ‘traditional diets’ don’t work…

But like I said, fasting isn’t a diet… It’s a way of scheduling the timeframe in which you eat so you can reach your natural fat-burning state.

That means that in order to see results, you don’t have to restrict yourself from eating the food you love… You just have to modify when it is that you eat.

Now I’m not saying that you should take up fasting so you can eat icecream and twinkies every night… Because even though you may still lose weight, it won’t be healthy…

There’s a very specific balance - and that’s what my Science Based Sixpack Program is designed to provide to men who are finally ready to lose weight while feeling completely satisfying in the process.


* “Just wake up and go about my day, and then when I get home from work… I get to eat exactly what I want and STILL keep in great shape. Fasting has made my fat loss goals a piece of cake. P.S. I love cake.”

—Casey Dudek

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Disclaimer: With the purchase of the Science-Based Six Pack Program, you will receive our “Master Fasting Course” video series along with a printable ebook (accessible through our Six Pack Abs app and the private online member site.). You will also receive the “Base Track” and our advanced “Fast Track” fasting plan to follow depending on the rate of results you desire. You will also receive Thomas’s complete “Time Under Tension Workout Course” video series. And as a limited time bonus, you will also receive a bonus one month supply of our “ACV+” supplement and one month access to our Science-Based Six Pack Jump Start Coaching Group. You will receive this complete Science-Based Six Pack package for just a one time charge of $97 when you click the purchase button below. And for your convenience, during your checkout on the cart page, you will be able to select and check the option to continue to receive a monthly supply of the “ACV+” supplement and continue to participate in the Science-Based Six Pack Jump Start Group every month thereafter for a discounted VIP rate. READ FULL DISCLAIMER AND TERMS

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5 "Master Fasting Course" Video Tutorials

  • Learn and practice the intermittent fasting techniques that allow the body to enter its highest fat-burning state while helping to optimize weight loss without sacrificing muscle mass.
  • Use Thomas’ personal tips to curb food cravings and prolong the benefits of fasting well into your eating window
  • Discover how to biohack your body and accelerate your results using fasting-friendly supplements

The Complete "Master Fasting Course" E-Book

  • Includes over 10 different delicious Fast-Break recipes, mini-meal combinations & healthy desserts
  • ShredFast Workout Course Calendar and Training Guide
  • FAQ's

Two Intermittent Fasting Diet Plans

  • The "Base Track" plan is the perfect starting point for beginners who are new to dieting as it includes a flexible eating plan, giving you the freedom to enjoy more of the foods you love while losing weight with intermittent fasting
  • The "Fast Track" plan is Thomas' personal intermittent fasting regimen designed to evoke accelerated results by including a more precise macronutrient-ratio based eating plan to follow
  • Both plans come with a weekly Fasting Planner that includes your sample day-to-day eating schedule along with a Food Journal for maximum accountability

Plus, You'll Receive My ShredFast Workout Course

The ShredFast Workout Course Includes

  • 9 at-home total body workout videos for maximizing your results while following the Intermittent Fasting plan
  • Each video includes live demonstrations of every exercise in each 25 minute routine plus expert commentary providing form tips and exercise modifications to meet your fitness level
  • Using the "Time Under Tension' principle, you'll never have to keep count of reps again - Instead, you'll feel the burn by syncing up with the built-in timer within each workout video so all you have to do is simply watch, follow and repeat.
The ShredFast Workout Course is my at-home total body training system that will complement the weight loss effects of your intermittent fasting schedule... and help you reach your transformation goals even faster.

This program utilizes a principle called ‘Time Under Tension’ (TUT)which emphasizes the total amount of time a muscle is under tension. Training for time instead of counting reps allows you to maximize glycogen depletion and release more stored fat from the body because your muscles are working non-stop.

Because the effects of training with TUT are so powerful for conditioning your body to burn stored energy, there’s no need to use any expensive gym equipment or even leave your home - In the ShredFast course, you will learn to use your body as the perfect ‘exercise machine’ for sculpting your ideal physique.

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Hey man,

I want to congratulate and thank you for your interest in transforming your body and mind with my Science Based Six Pack intermittent fasting course. As a trainee, I am confident that once you dedicate and commit yourself to this step-by-step intermittent fasting lifestyle, you'll never turn back - I know I never did. Cheers to a new outlook, a new body and to six pack abs! Thanks again, and I can't wait to start your transformation journey as your coach!


*GENERALLY EXPECTED RESULTS FROM OUR TESTMAX NUTRITION, SIX PACK SHORTCUTS AND OTHER SPS PRODUCTS:
Although our products are intended to be fully implemented, and we work hard to ensure it's easy to do so, the typical user of virtually all education products treats them in much the same way they treat a book. The vast majority read or skim through it once, then do not implement the program or take any recommended action based. The results of our exercise methodology are intangible, and not measured in fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or other positive results of any kind. And even when consumers implement our product in full, more often than not they do not report increases in fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or other positive results of any kind. Reports of specific fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or any positive results of any kind should therefore be understood as the exception rather than the rule. Consumers who use our products can generally expect not to see any increase in fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or positive results of any kind. It is entirely possible you will gain fat, lose muscle, lose abdominal definition, and experience other negative outcomes as a result of the advice contained in our products.


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