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7 Weeks to 300 Sit-Ups: Strengthen and Sculpt Your Abs, Back, Core and Obliques by Training to Do 300 Consecutive Sit-Ups Paperback – April 3, 2012
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The book is easy to follow, although at first, you'll be doing a lot of flipping through the book while exercising. The program mixes a series of exercises to build the core and the specific exercises change each session, so there's no way the exercises can go in order in the book. It's not just sit-ups that you'll be doing, so it's not boring. It takes me about 30 to 35 minutes to do each session, including rest periods, warm-up and stretching and there are three sessions per week. It's a good, solid work-out.
One note that the first copy I bought fell apart on me after the second session. The pages came apart from the binding and this prompts the four-star review. I returned the defective book and Amazon promptly replaced it with a new copy that is holding up better so far, although I'm treating it more gingerly.
Steve Speirs has written several "Seven Weeks" book. I am doing 7 Weeks to 50 Pull-Ups: Strengthen and Sculpt Your Arms, Shoulders, Back, and Abs by Training to Do 50 Consecutive Pull-Ups and 7 Weeks to 100 Push-Ups: Strengthen and Sculpt Your Arms, Abs, Chest, Back and Glutes by Training to do 100 Consecutive Push-Ups at the same time. The exercise programs in these two books are simpler than the sit-ups program,and it's easy to do all three at the same time.
Anyway, as far as the program itself, it's just okay. Nothing worthy of being made a book, an article or two would have sufficed. It's just a bunch of exercise descriptions and a couple of programs to follow. Nothing I couldn't find with a quick google search. Wish it had a bit more information as to differentiate the exercises. Variety for the sake of variety isn't too appealing. If they all do the same thing, I'd rather just do one exercise and keep my routine simple. Not going to carry a book to the gym. If they are different and are targeting different parts of your core, then a more thorough explanation would be welcome.
I always had good intentions but I would work my abs for a few days then give up (while I was a bit more consistent with lifting weights) so this program makes it easy -3 times a week you have a schedule and it seems to be helping me reduce my abs and increase my core strength.
I had to do the prep program and it really helps you get into the program.
When I got the book I was surprised/disappointed about its small size but once I started reading/using it I have begun to like it.
There is an app for this (0.99$) that is helpful too.