Hip Hop Abs – Ultimate Abs Workout or Infomercial Scam?
Here we go again, yet another infomercial promising flat, sculptured abs without having to do painful crunches or sit-ups. So, whats the deal? The Hip Hop Abs package comes with four DVDs, a 30 day workout calendar and 24/7 online support (somewhat misleading as the expert support is limited to forum exchanges with other users and the occasional live chat with Shaun T. Unless you download the DVDs from the internet you will have to pay $60, plus shipping and handling.
The target groups of this workout program are evidently women and gay men, like Shaun himself. Straight males might be somewhat irritated by his constant chatter (although you can turn up the volume of the music over the talk) and the way he moderates the program. The Hip Hop moves shown on the DVDs are nothing you can boast with at a club, so if you want to learn real moves, I suggest you take Hip Hop classes at your local gym instead.
The most important thing you have to know is that, in order to get tight, strongly defined abs, nothing beats bicycle manoeuvre, captains chair and crunches on an exercise balls, as recently proven...