Anyone familiar with Health For Life's "Legendary ABS?

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    Oct 26, 2009 3:57 PM GMT
    I just dug out my old copy and wondered if it is still a good way to approach AB development. If not what is?
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    Oct 26, 2009 7:22 PM GMT
    I have those books. Somewhere, buried in my library of fitness books and mags :-)

    Seems to me those exercises are still perfectly valid. I still use variations of them today - just had forgotten the source.

    Since using those books, I've supplemented with swiss-ball crunches and other exercises. The swiss-ball works well for me, but hard to generalize to all bodies.

    You've inspired me to go back and try and find my books and give them a whirl.
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    Oct 26, 2009 8:23 PM GMT
    Legendary Abs was the first exericse program I followed. I still use the program as the base for my AB training. The Legendary Abs program does lack functional and stablization exercies though. As a result I add exerices like standing cable twist and planks to my abs training.
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    Oct 27, 2009 1:38 AM GMT
    I like The Book of Muscle by Ian King and Lou Schuler. It is an excellent resource for working out. I highly recommend it.