Tim Robards' 12 Minute Abs Challenge Free (Was $29)

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Australian exercise scientist and TV Personality, Tim Robards, feels that when it comes to your health, as we are faced with extraordinary changes to our daily routine, it is a time, now more than ever, to GIVE freely and HELP one another out in any way possible!

"With so many people having to suddenly adapt to a work/school from home or a lock down environment under these stressful circumstances, The Robards Method have decided to try make a small difference with a focus on helping others, across Australia and around the world, by giving out our 12 minute abs challenge, normally charged at $29, for FREE!”

This is a 6-week, equipment free workout guide perfect for men and women of all ages and fitness levels (ideal to do with the kids too). Tim's progressional program helps you work towards a leaner, stronger core as he displays every exercise with step-by-step images and technique guidance. You also receive 20 chapters of insights on fitness, nutrition and mindset plus a one week meal plan from the famous 721 Nutritional Bible.

Nothing is normal right now, if we can try help by adding some routine to keeping your body and mind in good shape, including getting enough sleep and taking time away from the news to get in an endorphin releasing workout, you and your loved ones will cope that little bit better as we all navigate our way through COVID-19.

Tim has decades of experience in the health and fitness field and he uses this to educate and inspire others to move right, eat smart and think better. He is also a Chiropractor, Men’s Health cover model and Ninja Warrior Athlete. Tim is currently an actor on the iconic Australian TV series, Neighbours. He became a household name as the first Australian Bachelor in 2013 where he entered the experience with the genuine intention to find a partner and was successful when he met lawyer Anna Heinrich who he married in 2018.

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Comments

  • +24 votes

    It’s okay but..
    https://youtu.be/JB2di69FmhE

  • +34 votes

    Verified professional - he has a bachelors.

  • +21 votes

    Does this challenge work with scoliosis, laziness, and 6 or so leftover Domino's pizzas from the $3 deal yesterday or can I not stack codes?

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    Signed up but no email after 20 mins or so, checked the junk folder also. Anyone else had the same issue?

    • +1 vote

      I received a reply and it didn't take 20 minutes.

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      I just signed up and it very literally took about 5 seconds to receive the email straight into my Inbox (not Junk).

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        This is strange - I've tried a different email address and still no luck (shrug).

        • +2 votes

          It went in to my Junk in a Gmail-run email address.

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            @ausse777: I used my gmail and it came through. Looks like a beginner program only and the advanced abs component isn't included. Waste of time after signing up 3 times. Will not neg as this will be useful for some but I would suggest to update the description to indicate beginner only.

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      I also didn't receive an email. I also put my name down as "Ab King". Maybe that's why :(

  • +2 votes

    Step into my office

  • +4 votes

    He is also a Chiropractor, Men’s Health cover model and Ninja Warrior Athlete.

    Well I'm convinced!

  • +6 votes

    Abs are made in the kitchen, everyone knows this, also abs are vanity muscle

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      Looks good tho

    • +6 votes

      Are you talking about abalone? The shellfish? I thought they were made in the sea. And, yes, dismissing something is so much easier than doing something. You think it's a vanity muscle? Many consider it the most important muscle group, especially for preventing injury. True it is of more benefit to people who do something. Many people still get back trouble from sitting on a couch too though.

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      nothing feels better for the mind than a rock solid core.

    • +1 vote

      Absolutely no question that Abs are a vanity muscle. It all makes sense though. The way you actually look is probably the most important thing from pretty much every perspective. To deny this is simply being delusional.

    • +3 votes

      No muscle can be dismissed purely as a vanity muscle. This would imply it is not needed unless you want to look good. Abs strengthen your core and is used in functional training and athletics/sports. A good diet is required to see the abs, training is required to strengthen them. Quite silly to simply dismiss abs like this.

      • +1 vote

        Yep.
        I completely agree.
        Apologies if what I wrote dismissed muscle as vanity only. It certainly isnt what I meant!
        You would have to agree though…most people come to the idea of building muscle for reasons of vanity…despite all the other positive results.

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          A lot of people are into outdoor activities - although health and fitness is for everyone. I exercise, and stretch, in conjunction with riding mtb and bushwalking. My exercise and stretching have always been with my lifestyle in mind. I like to feel that I can meet out of the ordinary physical challenges when things don't go to plan. I used to have a different routine when I was into white water, but core strength and flexibility is pretty much a universal advantage for whatever you do.

    • +2 votes

      Bugger off. Weak abs lead to issues with your back, hips, knees, and feet, especially if you sit a lot and have tight hip flexors.

  • +3 votes

    Are the necessary steroids also included?

  • +3 votes

    If his training techniques worked, he would fix his weedy stick legs.

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      Maybe he will read your comment and start doing some raises

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        He would kill for my viking calves. His specialty is simply emerging from water from the waist up. While I'm at it, his abs actually look distended most of the time. He gets plenty of reading time, for instance when he tore his pectoral and also when he tore his calf. He's pretty good at injuring himself for an exercise scientist. He doesn't even live with his wife when he is in Sydney because he doesn't want her to get clucky and cramp his Bondi peacock parade. Did you see him on I'm a celeb? He had to do pushups every 15 minutes to stay inflated for the cameras and was an octopus with every female contestant.

        Fitness-wise, he can't keep up with his wife Anna in fun runs so avoids them entirely and was only equivalent to Tim Dormer in a stair climb. Put that on your resume. :) If that's not enough, is there anything more douchey than taking peacock inflation rings on your honeymoon.

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    free abs, no such thing

  • +1 vote

    What if someone comes up with 11 minute abs?

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      No, no, no! Not 11, I said 12. Nobody's comin' up with 11. Who works out in 11 minutes. You won't even get your heart going…not even a mouse on a wheel.

      12 is the key number here. Think about it.

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    cant complain something to keep ripped while at home

  • -1 vote

    Registered twice as I never received any confirmation after the first attempt. The second one didn't work either. Seems like somebody's just collecting personal data.

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