What in blazes is Absolute Abs?!

Well, it’s the number one abs and core workout app for the iPhone. No others come remotely close the the sheer awesomeness of this app. And it’s free!


Yep, you don’t have to spend a penny (or a dime, or a pfennig). 18 exercises and 18 workouts all for the price of, err… air!

Are you Sure?

Absolutely! We’ll also be launching a paid version. This will include 30 exercises; 40 workouts and 3 four week programmes. And the great thing is the paid version will be cheap as chips at just 59p/$1.

So why should I use this app?

Well, it provides an awesome workout for your abs and entire core region and requires no equipment. Just you, a bit of space, and ten minutes of your time.

And it’s way more than a silly crunches or sit-ups programme (though there are a handful of sit-up variations in there).

So you’ll be holding planks (not in a literal sense you understand. Holding a piece of timber would be a bit silly), performing impressions of Superman and climbing like Spiderman! If these means absolutely nothing to you, you’d better download the app! Trust me, it will all make perfect sense.

Sounds great, so will this app give me a ripped six-pack?

If that’s your aim, it can help. But you’ll also need to be eating right (very important) and doing the right sorts of exercise. This blog will be a good place to get directed to ideas and resources that will help you with this goal.

Finally, who are you?

My name is Stuart Walker. I’m a certified Personal Trainer who lives in London, England. The tech guys who developed the app are the chaps at Smile Machine (www.smilemachine.com).

This website runs on WordPress with design by my brother, and the tech stuff by Marcus … and my brother!

9 Responses to About

  1. Paula Kensington says:

    I love your app. Are u planning on doing any other workouts? I want a personal training app so I can do upper body and/or lower body workouts? Just in the same way that u choose a core/ab workout

    • Stuart Walker says:

      Hi Paula,

      Thanks for the feedback. It’s very much appreciated!

      We’ve got a lot planned over the next few months. There’s a bigger and better version of Absolute Abs that’s nearly ready to go (though I’m afraid this one will cost a dollar!).

      Then we’ve got a brilliant bodyweight app in development that will hopefully be just what you’re looking for. It includes squats, lunges, squat thrusts and various types of push-ups (from easy to super hard!).

      Though in the meantime if you want any advice on total body, or upper and lower body workouts then let me know. Happy to give some advice!

  2. I downloaded this app and I am super happy I think it is great.

    One thing I thought of is maybe you could get people who have used the app and have changed their core area to post pictures on FB to help get more people loving it :)

    • Stuart Walker says:

      Hi Kelly,

      A big thankyou for your kind words about our app! Really happy that you like it.

      Great idea about the before and after shots. We’ve been so focused on developing the new and improved version that our Facebook page has been a little neglected!

      However, at some point soon we hope to make it busy and interesting.

      Keep training hard!

  3. Anna says:

    Love it! thanks

  4. Nick says:

    I’m 16 and should I do the absolute abs workout everyday

  5. Sharon tonge says:

    Hi I was wondering how often you would do the workouts . I run 3 times a week roughly 5k each run and now Ive lost that bit of weight I want to tone my tummy. My friend recommended this app but not sure how often I would need to do it . Can you help

    • Stuart Walker says:

      Hi Sharon,

      Thanks for the message.

      We’d recommend you start with three workouts a week, with at least two days between them. So, you could perform an abs workout on the days you don’t run. That will give you six days training a week with one days rest.

      Start with the beginner level and once they become too easy, move onto the intermediate level. Consistency is key, so if you keep working hard with the running and workouts, you should begin to see results in around 4 weeks.

      Hope that helps!

      Absolute Abs Team

  6. Sharon tonge says:

    Thanks for the great avice let you know how I get on

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