Jillian Michaels 6 Week Six-pack is the perfect workout for reaching a tight and slender figure in a short period of time. Daily training for 30 minutes with Jillian will change your body qualitatively in just six weeks.
If you think that the program 6 Week Six-pack requires only banal twists for the press, you will be surprised. Jillian Michaels has prepared a real fat-burning training for her fans and will be pushing you to the limits. The reason for that is the fairly high rate the 6 Week Six-pack program is running at.
Brief program description of Jillian Michaels 6 Week Six-Pack:
The course includes two training sessions (first and second level), each lasting 30 minutes. The first 3 weeks you perform Level 1 and from the fourth week, when your body is already prepared for more serious loads, you can proceed to Level 2. For classes you need dumbbells 2 to 5 lbs.(1-3 kg) and a gym mat, because most of the exercises that involve the upper and lower press are performed on the floor.
Training consists of 2 cycles: you do a series of intensive exercises with repetition. This workout is not recommended for beginners in fitness and with zero physical training 6 Week Six-pack will be difficult to do. If you want to lose weight, but have not yet actively engaged in sports, we advise you to get acquainted with the training workouts for Beginners.
Advantages and disadvantages of the workout:
- The program focuses on stomach and waist and will be a very effective training if these are your problem areas
- Duration is only 30 minutes: 3.5 hours a week will have a noticeable effect when looking in the mirror
- The program 6 Week Six-pack is a perfect combination of press and cardio exercises for more effective weight loss
- The workout focuses on described problem areas: the waist and stomach, but to lose weight locally is only reachable in combination with a good diet plan
- 6 Week Six-pack is not suitable for beginners because the load is quite high already at the start of level 1
- Doing the same training for 3 weeks is very difficult and adding or mixing the training with other workouts is recommended for avoiding monotony.