Jake Berlin's Killer Ab Workout System

“Test-Drive the ALL-NEW System Guaranteed to give YOU a Flatter, Sexier, more Attractive Stomach... ... Without Monthly Memberships, Expensive Exercise Equipment or Having to Leave YOUR Home!” Finally, you too can have an irresistible stomach AND a sizzling set of abs -- following this simple, proven system -- regardless of the shape you're in now!

Friday, April 10, 2009

More free fitness resources

First off I would like to apologize for being the worst webmaster in the world. I hope you can forgive me...

I know recently a lot of my pages on my website have been crashing and you probably haven't been able to get any of the fitness and exercise lessons and ab-toning mini-courses I've been trying to give away, so I've decided to give you a few gifts as a peace offering to make up for it.

I've managed to get some of my colleagues to give me some amazing reports and ebooks that I've found to be extremely helpful, and I want to share these awesome reports with you at no charge as my way of saying thank you for putting up with my crashing websites :P

Anyhow, here are the four reports you'll get:

1. Delicious Body Sculpting Recipies And Smoothies

2. 8 Thing You Must Do To Build Maximum Muscle

3. Fat Burning Fairy Tales

4. The Insiders Only Killer Fitness Rolodex

You can download all four of them right now here:


Each of these reports come in pdf format so you should be able to open em up and start discovering all the health-improving tips and tricks that are found inside.

In the meantime I'm going to be getting back to work on fixing my website so I can put together another mini-course I can give you that'll be sure to help you get the abs you've always wanted.

All the best,

Jake Berlin

P.S. If you have any questions or need help with anything, please feel free to ask.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Killer Ab Workout System Version 2

It's coming...

The long anticipated upgraded version of my Killer Ab Workout System is just around the corner.

I'm still working on putting the finishing touches together, but when it's ready, it'll have your abs carved out faster than a hot spoon in a tub of melting ice cream...

If you can't wait a few weeks and want to grab your copy of this system now to get a head start on your summer beach body, you can Visit www.Killer-Ab-Workout.com now and start working on flattening and toning your abs today.

All the best,

Jake Berlin

P.S. Everyone who orders their copy of The Killer Ab Workout System will get complimentary upgrades for life, so don't hesitate to grab your copy today, I'll give you a free copy of the new one when it's ready ;)

Claim your copy now!

Friday, January 02, 2009

Special Interview - Super-Effective Tips & Advice on Getting a Six Pack of Abs for Life

Lose Body Fat and Get Lean & Healthy for Good!

with Mike Geary, Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Nutrition Specialist

1. Mike, what is the number one component to getting a six pack?

MG: Your training style, nutrition, and mindset are all extremely important if you want to stand a chance at getting a six pack... However, if I had to choose 1 component that is most important, it would probably have to be nutrition. Maybe you've heard the saying before that "abs are made in the kitchen".

It really is true, and that's where the majority of people go wrong in the goal to get super lean. Of course, this also ties into mindset, because you really have to get your mind in the right place in order to have the discipline to be able to eat consistently clean enough to get six pack abs.

There's a lot of confusion out there these days about calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrates... every "expert" disagrees with one another on proper ratios and types of diets. I think people make this way too complicated... If you are just to focus on a good balance between fats, carbs, and proteins, and make sure to eat only natural unprocessed organic foods (as close to their natural state as possible) instead of packaged, processed foods, a lot of the problems that most people have with cravings, sweet tooth, overeating, blood sugar swings, etc all take care of themselves.

We still can't lose sight of the fact that you can overeat on healthy foods and gain fat even while eating healthy. Therefore, your caloric intake needs to be controlled to a level that will promote fat loss if that's the goal.

2. Excellent Mike! Next question... What is one thing I might be doing, unknowningly, steering my quest for a six pack in the wrong direction?

MG: I'll give 2 things that may be steering you in the wrong direction...

a. Too much cardio

Some people, in their efforts to try to get lean, focus way too much on hours and hours of cardio exercise. The problem is that this can backfire on you by making you lose lean muscle mass over time, which decreases your resting metabolic rate. Once this happens, it becomes easier to pack on body fat than ever before. I've even seen many people that do too much cardio and end up getting that "skinny fat" appearance, where they have very little muscle tone, yet they have excess stomach fat (even a "gut" possibly).

Instead of excess cardio, focus more on high intensity weight training (yes, even during a "cutting" cycle). This will help maintain your lean muscle mass throughout your body, so that you don't experience the metabolic rate decrease. Maintaining as much lean muscle mass on your body at all times is one of the most important things for staying super-lean for life.

b. Not eating enough healthy fats

This is another area where I see people go in the wrong direction. They are trying to lose body fat and they end up going WAY too low on their fat intake. When you decrease your fat intake too much, you are basically messing up your fat burning and muscle building hormones. It's not uncommon to see people decrease their fat intake too low and end up reducing their testosterone levels significantly.

Try to get some sources of healthy fats with every meal to make sure you don't go too low... This could be avocados, any and all nuts (almonds, walnuts, pecans, etc), seeds (pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds), nut butters (almond butter, natural peanut butter, etc), virgin coconut oil (good source of medium chain triglycerides), extra virgin olive oil, grass fed beef (good source of conjugated linoleic acid and omega-3s), whole eggs (yes, whole eggs...not egg whites), etc.

3. What is one unique way of boosting your metabolism, to finally burn fat, that I might be overlooking?

MG: Incorporate any form of clean & presses into your routines twice per week. This could be barbell clean & presses or using kettlebells or dumbbells. If I had to choose one exercise that burns the most calories and has the biggest impact on increasing your metabolic rate, I'd have to choose high intensity clean & presses (with squats and deadlifts being at the top of the pack also). I like alternating the use of barbells for C&P's one workout and kettlebells for another.

4. What is your number one plateau busting secret to lose the last 10 pounds?

MG: When you get to the point that you're already fairly lean, but just need to lose that last 5 or 10 lbs of body fat that is covering up your abs, you really need to take your workouts to a whole new level of intensity.

Consider adding all-out wind sprints and/or hill sprints into your routine if you want to take it to the next level of intensity.

As for gym workous, this also means no jibber-jabbering for 5 minutes in between sets at the gym... Instead, you need laser-focused intensity, and one of the best ways to keep high intensity is super-setting or alternating sets. This means while you're resting one area of your body, you're working another area of your body. I usually like to do this by alternating a really tough lower body exercise such as a squat, lunge, or deadlift, with a multi-joint upper body exercise such as a bench press, overhead press, bent over row, or pullup.

Think short rest periods, full body exercises, multi-joint exercises, lots of sweat, and your chest heaving for air... if that's what your workout is looking like, then you're on the right path. If not, then you're not working hard enough, so stop being lazy.

5. What is your advice for me to deal with the social temptations of alcohol, eating out, and junk food?

MG: This is something many people struggle with, but if you set some limits, it can be easy to deal with and still stay lean. One thing I'd suggest is to make sure to not get in a habit of drinking alcohol excessively on a daily basis. If you're going to go out and have some fun with friends, try to limit the drinking to only 1 or 2 days max per week. Sometimes we need to remind ourselves that we can still go out and have fun with our friends without getting totally smashed.

You need to decide what is more important in your life... do you want to live healthy and have a sexy lean body, or do you want to get full-blown drunk every night? There's a lot more to life than alcohol.

As for eating out... If you're serious about getting and staying lean, eating out should only be an occasional event. Cooking your own food on a daily basis is extremely important as it's very hard to know what is in all of the junk at restaurants and fast food joints. One of the tricks I use when eating out is to NEVER eat fries or sodas (in fact, I never eat fries or sodas AT ALL).

Instead, go ahead and order that burger, but substitute steamed veggies or a salad for the fries. Almost every restaurant will make that substitution for you. And water or unsweetened iced tea are the best beverage options to keep the calories under control when eating out.

6. Why do I lose motivation when trying to get a six pack?

MG: Most people lose motivation because they simply aren't seeing the results fast enough. If that's why you lose motivation, go back to all of the tips and techniques we've been talking about in here and see where your nutrition or training programs are going wrong so you can get faster results. Be patient and consistent and the results will come.

Also, you can really stay motivated by focusing on what has been successful so far. For example, maybe your fat loss hasn't been what you wanted so far, but maybe you've increased your pullups from 8 to 13 and your squat weight from 185 to 225 lbs. Keep focusing on your successes rather than your failures, and keep going for more successes.

More motivation tips -- Train regularly with a partner. This will keep you both focused and will keep you accountable to someone other than yourself. You don't want to disappoint someone else that you've made a goal with.

Also, keep a picture up in your house or at work of someone's body that motivates you to strive for those results. Look at it every day and keep visualizing your own body improving. Set a realistic goal and a time frame to acheive that goal, such as "I will lose 15 lbs of body fat in the next 8 weeks". The important thing here is realistic goal... don't expect to lose 30 lbs in 30 days (despite those weight loss scam ads that you see everywhere saying this is possible).

7. I understand you number have the number one ab book on the Internet, Truth About Abs. Why do you think it's so popular?

My Truth about Six Pack Abs program is so popular because it works! It's REAL nutrition and REAL training programs. I give the TRUTH on what people really need to get lean sexy abs for life and why they DON'T NEED fad gimmicks like diets, ab infomercial gadgets, and bogus fat burning pills that people waste way too much money on.

8. Who should order Truth About Abs and who is this book not for?

program for getting six pack absThis program is for anyone that wants to truly live healthy and get super-lean for life. I have college students, parents, busy professionals, and even grandparents using this program successfully.

Who is this program NOT for? Anyone who is lazy, or thinks that there is a "quick fix" out there. There isn't! So stop looking for a quick fix, and learn the truth!

Check out some of the tremendous results that other readers are getting with the Truth about Abs program

Also, you can view some of the most common questions and answers about Truth about Abs

Monday, December 01, 2008

A Few Christmas Presents For Fitness Fans

Since the holiday season is fast approaching, I thought it would be a good time to give you something in return for being one of my loyal newsletter subscribers. I do appreciate it very much. So thank you.

Now these gifts aren't very Christmasy at all, but they can sure come in handy when you're tempted with massive meals and tasty sweets this month and next.You'll see what I mean once you take a peek.

Anyhow, I wanted you to have these four incredible fat burning and muscle building PDF files that I just got my hands on. They're extremely helpful especially if you're wanting to lose weight or build muscle, there's something in here for whatever you need to get you through the holidays.

And so as an early gift to you, I want you to have the following 4 reports:

* 8 Thing You Must Do To Build Maximum Muscle

* Delicious Body Sculpting Recipes And Smoothies: Over 25 Tasty Fat Burning & Muscle Building Meal Ideas

* Fat Burning Fairy Tales: Separating Fact From Fiction. The Top 12 Fat Loss Myths Exposed

* The Insiders Only Killer Fitness Rolodex

You can download them all by going here now:
All you need to do is visit this page and the download instructions are there for you, simply save them and they're yours to keep as my way of saying thank you for sticking with me all this time.
All the best and happy holidays,

P.S. If you want to share these free reports with your friends and family, please be my guest. You can either send them the files or have them visit this page so they can download them directly:

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Free Gift For Fitness Fans And Fanatics

Hey Everyone!

I'm deveolping a new website at the moment and need some help letting everyone know about it.

I'm really far behind in production, but I'm giving away a very powerful free gift right now that you can download directly after signing up. It's all free, but it may be worth thousands to you based on the value of the information you'll discover inside.

Anyhow, here's where you and your friends can grab a free a copy:


Feel free to pass this out as much as you want. The resources already listed are extremely valuable, and you get acces to them all free!

Thanks and all the best,

Jake Berlin

P.S. That site again is http://www.KillerFitnessTips.com Please tell your friends and family to take a look too!

Friday, September 05, 2008

Listen to Maintainers, Not to Losers: 5 secrets to keeping the weight off for good!

By Tom Venuto, NSCA-CPT, CSCS
Burn The Fat

I have very little interest these days in all the media-hyped stories of dramatic, rapid losses of body weight. “Big losers” don’t impress me, for numerous reasons. For example, weight is not fat. “Weight” could be composed of mostly lean tissue, or it could be mostly water weight. In fact, I would go a step further and point out that rapid loss of bodyweight correlates very highly with a greater chance of relapse, weight re-gain and long term failure.

So what does impress me? What gets my attention?

I pay attention to what the “long term maintainers” have to say - those are the people who have maintained an ideal weight for over a year… preferably even 2-5 years or more.

The difference between losers and maintainers

As I was researching the subject of long term weight maintenance recently, I was surprised at the huge amount of research that's already been done in this area.

One paper that caught my interest was published by Judy Kruger and colleagues in the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, titled,

“Dietary and physical activity behaviors among adults successful at weight loss maintenance.”

This was not an experimental study, but a compilation of data from the “Styles Survey” which was representative of the U.S. population and asked respondants questions about strategies to aid with maintaining an ideal weight.

In this particular survey, only one-third (30.96%) of the respondents said they were successful at keeping their weight off. The researchers wanted to know the difference between the small group that was successful and the majority that were not.

Both groups reduced the amount of food they consumed, they ate smaller portions, more fruits and vegetables, fewer fatty foods and fewer sweetened beverages.

Not really any surprises there, but what we want to know most is not what losers and maintainers have in common, but what the maintainers did that the losers didn't.

Some major differences emerged between losers and maintainers:

First, a significantly higher proportion of successful maintainers reported exercising 30 minutes or more daily, and they also reported adding other physical activity to their daily schedules (recreation, sports, physical work, etc). In addition, more of the successful maintainers included weight training in their exercise regimens than did the losers.

Reducing sedentary activities (TV watching, etc) was also a significant difference between those who successfully maintained and those who did not.

The next big difference that separated the successful maintainers from the unsuccessful was in their “self-monitoring behaviors” including:

  • tracking calories
  • tracking body weight
  • planning meals
  • tracking fat
  • measuring the amount of food on their plate

Unfortunately, these types of self-monitoring behaviors, especially weighing and measuring food and counting calories, are among the most avoided and even criticized weight control techniques. Some weight loss “experts” even claim that it's detrimental to count calories, weigh yourself or measure and weigh your food.

However, these self monitoring behaviors are being identified more and more frequently in the research as part of “the difference that makes the difference.” I agree, and they have always played a major role in my own Burn The Fat program.

A final difference was that people who reported self-perceived “barriers” to their success were 48-76% less likely to be a successful maintainer.

For example, they said they had no time to exercise, they were too tired to exercise or it was too hard to maintain an exercise routine. I interpret this as: the unsuccessful losers were excuse makers!


So let’s recap and turn these research findings into some practical action steps you can apply today.

1. Increase your total daily activity level, including formal exercise as well as sports, physical work or recreational activity. Exercise improves weight loss, but more importantly, it is critical for weight maintenance.

2. Decrease sedentary recreational activities by cutting back on TV watching, computer games and web surfing. Take up physical recreation such as sports, boating, biking, walking, hiking, gardening, physical hobbies and playing with your kids, if you have them.

3. Include weight training as part of your formal exercise program, throughout the fat loss phase and even more seriously during maintenance.

4. Track and monitor everything! Count calories and nutrients, measure your portion sizes, weigh your food, plan your menus in writing and monitor your body weight and body fat percentage.

5. Avoid excuses and maintain positive beliefs and attitudes towards your environment and what you perceive as “barriers.” For example, say, “I can always make time for what is most important to me” instead of, “I don't have time to exercise.”

If you're currently on a fat loss journey, and you want to know how good your odds are for being a successful maintainer, it's pretty easy to predict using these 5 strategies. If you're not using all 5 of them yet, then when would be a good time to start today?

There are limitations to survey results such as these, including the fact that they are cross sectional, and therefore cannot prove causality. However, I believe these findings are important and significant.

Not only do they confirm previous similar studies and agree with the findings of other groups of successful maintainers (such as the National Weight Control Registry), I found that these results match precisely what I've seen among my most successful Burn The Fat clients.

THIS is the type of advice I'd suggest you listen to the most: Advice about how to lose body FAT, not body WEIGHT, and how to maintain an ideal bodyweight and body composition over the long haul, not how to lose weight as fast as possible.

Your friend and coach,

Tom Venuto
Fat Loss Coach
Burn The Fat

P.S. There was one more “difference that made the difference,” in this study, and this one may surprise you (although it didn’t surprise me). Successful maintainers were LESS likely to take over the counter diet products (pills, etc).

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Super Lean, Secrets of Achieving Very Low Body Fat

Dear Friend,

I'm sorry to have to tell you about this in such a hurry, but I
figured late is better than never, so here goes...

The reason you're receiving this message is because two incredible
colleagues of mine named Tom Venuto and Scott Colby (you've
probably already heard of them since they are pretty much the top
trainers in the Online fitness industry) are giving away a
priceless mp3 recording called "Super Lean" The Secrets Of
Achieving Very Low Body Fat.

Now the reason I'm in such a rush, is at the time of writing this
letter to you, this offer is only going to be available for another
day and 3hours, so I sure hope you receive this in time. otherwise
it may be too late.

To take a look at what I'm talking about now, visit:


Here are a few things you'll discover if you're lucky enough to get
this message in time :

* Why the last 10-15 pounds is harder to lose than the first
10-15... it's biological, so "resistance is futile"... you either
learn how to "cooperate" with your "bodyfat thermostat" or bang
your head against a wall in frustration

* "The Health-Bodyfat Paradox": Tom Venuto's new theorem on how
to achieve the ultimate balance between health and leanness (what
good is it to be ripped but unhealthy?)

* Secrets of the "THE ANTI STARVATION HORMONE" - if you don't
understand this hormone (it's NOT insulin), you can forget about
ever getting super lean. The good news is, you can manipulate this
hormone naturally, and you'll learn how in the first 5 minutes of
the first seminar

* 3 critical "final phase" nutrition strategies you MUST know
if you ever want to get rid of those last 10-15 pounds (you could
lose 50, 75, even 100 pounds, but if you don't understand THESE
strategies, the last bit of fat will always haunt you - especially
the lower abs

* The truth about fat loss plateaus: Everything you thought you
knew about plateaus is dead wrong! To get your fat loss re-ignited,
you must learn the 4 REAL REASONS why fat loss flatlines

* 7 ways to keep your precious, hard-earned muscle when you're
dieting... most people lose muscle along with the fat because they
don't know about these strategies

* Advanced tactics to prepare for the final "peak week" before
a bodybuilding, fitness or figure competition or photo shoot...
including a safe and natural herb that gets rid of water retention
and bloating, revealing better muscle definition in a matter of hours

* What NOT to do in the final week before you hit your peak...
if you make this "amateur mistake" you could undo weeks of hard
work in a single day.

* How you can eat chocolate, ice cream, or pizza and still get
six pack abs - it all has to do with the laws of thermodynamics,
and if you take this advice, you will actually get leaner eating
"junk food" than if you didn't eat it at all! (this is true, I kid
you not!)

So if any of this sounds interesting to you, I urge you to take a
peek here:


I don't think this offer is going to be available beyond February
13th, so you'll need to act fast if you want a copy. I know what
you're about to hear and learn ill totally blow your socks off!

So if you have any questions or comments about this special offer,
feel free to email me anytime.

I really do hope you get this message in time. I wouldn't want you
to miss out on such an incredible opportunity.

Here's wishing you all the best,

Jake Berlin

P.S. Tom And Scott have already helped thousands of people just
like you lose weight and achieve incredible results with their
strategies. So if you're even the least bit interested in getting
back into shape quickly, then these are definitely the guys who can
help you out.

P.P.S. Here's the link again in case you missed it: