The search for a ripped midsection is sometimes like the search for Bigfoot - people think that it might exist somewhere, but they just aren't sure where to find it. Gym rats do a ton of crunches, sit ups and leg raises hoping to chisel their midsection so they can look good when they take off their shirts. Alas, for all the work that is put in, most people just don't achieve the results they are looking for.
The truth is that getting a 6 pack, or an 8 pack for that matter, is a combination of specific exercises and diet. Nothing fancy or mystical about it. You just have to have the right plan to get your there. With so much information out there, it's easy to get confused about what works and what doesn't.
When I found Mike Geary's site, I wasn't sure if he was for real or not. The fact is, though, he's gotten a ton of business over the past few years and amassed some pretty cool testimonials from his users. You can check those out here.
In my opinion, Mike promises two pretty amazing things from his "The Truth About Abs" program.
1.) You CAN eat fatty foods like eggs, avocados and mike and still get ripped
2.) You WON'T be doing endless sets of boring ass crunches in the gym
That definitely woke me up once I read it and would be something I'm willing to try. Mike isn't some "quick fix guru" either. He promises to give you a program for getting a six pack, but you still have to put in some work to get there. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree and is also a certified nutritionist, so he actually has the proper training and background to talk about this stuff intelligently. His program also comes with a money back guarantee, so if you think it's a piece of crap, you can return it no questions asked.
All in all, I'd say Mike's program looks pretty legit. You can check it out for yourself here.