The Front Lever

Lately I've been testing out different exercises, and I've been experimenting with basic gymnastics. Here's one that I just recently added to my ab workouts called the "front lever." Grab a bar, raise your body until it's in a horizontal position and simply hold it there for as long as you can. 

Recently Muscle and Fitness contacted me and notified of a new program they just launched called the Jacked Pack.  This is where people can sign up to receive 5-7 supplement samples of various products each month for $15.00 a month (or $11.25 with an annual membership).

The shipping is free, and they also give some additional perks to members, such as $15 off any $75+ order at the Muscle and Fitness Store, 3 FREE ISSUES of Muscle and Fitness, Flex, Men's Fitness, or Muscle and Fitness Hers, and more.

Members get to choose their specific goals, flavor preferences, etc. to ensure their sample box is filled with products they’d actually be interested in.

Last month they sent me a sampler box filled with 6 different pre-workout energy supplements. This month they sent me a sampler box with the following:

Two Carnivor protein packs
One Monster Pump NOS pack from Cytosport
One Aminolast pack from Gaspari Nutrition
Four different pre-workout energy supplements

I have an extra sampler box to give away to a reader who's bought my books.  It's a small token of my appreciation for supporting me as a fitness author.  The first reader who emails me the correct answer to this question will get this sampler box of supplement goodies:

"What are the 5 ab exercises listed in Chapter 14 (Razor Sharp Abs) of Tactics and Strategies?"

The first person to answer this question correctly will get the free supplement sampler box.  Along with the answers, be sure to send me your name and mailing address.

UPDATE: The sampler box has been won.

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