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  • Melatonin*
  • GABA*
  • Valerian Root*

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GENERALLY EXPECTED RESULTS FROM OUR SIX PACK SHORTCUTS AND OTHER SPS PRODUCTS: Although our products are intended to be fully implemented, and we work hard to ensure it's easy to do so, the typical user of virtually all education products treats them in much the same way they treat a book. The vast majority read or skim through it once, then do not implement the program or take any recommended action based. The results of our exercise methodology are intangible, and not measured in fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or other positive results of any kind. And even when consumers implement our product in full, more often than not they do not report increases in fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or other positive results of any kind. Reports of specific fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or any positive results of any kind should therefore be understood as the exception rather than the rule. Consumers who use our products can generally expect not to see any increase in fat loss, muscle gain, abdominal definition, or positive results of any kind. It is entirely possible you will gain fat, lose muscle, lose abdominal definition, and experience other negative outcomes as a result of the advice contained in our products. TESTIMONIALS DISCLAIMER: Testimonials found at and/or from Mike Chang Fitness are unverified results that have been forwarded to us by users of the Six Pack Shortcuts program, and may not reflect the typical purchaser's experience (as are described above,) may not apply to the average person and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results. If we have disclosed typical results based on information provided to us by a manufacturer or other reputable third party source, you should presume that the typical results as stated are more reliable than the testimonials and other examples found at and/or from SPS. However, you should always perform due diligence and not take such results at face value. We are not responsible for any errors or omissions in typical results information supplied to us by manufacturers or other reputable third parties. If a product or service is new, you understand that it may not have been available for purchase long enough to provide an accurate results history. Again, it is possible that even with perfect use of the program, you will not achieve the results described in testimonials. They are meant to be a showcase of the best results the program has produced, and should not be taken as the results a typical user will get. RISKS OF PRODUCT USE: The website’s content is not a substitute for direct, personal, professional medical care and diagnosis. None of the diet plans or exercises (including products and services) mentioned at or from Mike Chang Fitness should be performed or otherwise used without clearance from your physician or health care provider. The information contained within is not intended to provide specific physical or mental health advice, or any other advice whatsoever, for any individual or SPS and should not be relied upon in that regard. We are not medical professionals and nothing on this website should be misconstrued to mean otherwise. There may be risks associated with participating in activities mentioned on for people in poor health or with pre-existing physical or mental health conditions. Because these risks exist, you will not participate in such diet plans if you are in poor health or have a pre-existing mental or physical condition. If you choose to participate in these risks, you do so of your own free will and accord, knowingly and voluntarily assuming all risks associated with such dietary activities. These risks may also exist for those who are currently in good health right now. READ FULL DISCLAIMER AND TERMS


I have trouble falling asleep and waking up
I wish I were in better shape
I wish I had more energy
I'm not seeing results with my workouts and diet
All or several of the above

But it doesn't have to be this way…

You see, not getting the proper amount of sleep could be affecting the way you look and feel... this may be the source of your frustrations. And if this is the case, you are not alone.  This was something that affected me for years.

And that's why I created Sixpack Sleep...

Try Sixpack Sleep

Sixpack Sleep is a supplement formulated with three key ingredients. Simply take the recommended dose of Six Pack Sleep before bed and see how it works for you. Add Sixpack Sleep to cart now.


MELATONIN: This ingredient has been shown to scientifically increase the quality of sleep as well as morning alertness [1]

GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID (GABA): GABA is the major inhibitory neurotransmitter of the brain and promotes relaxation and sleep by "flipping the switch" on arousal hormones (e.g. adrenaline) and halting their actions [2] .

VALERIAN ROOT: Valerian root, a plant native to the European continent, has the ability to boost the effects of GABA and affect serotonin's role in the brain [3] [4] . Valerian may also improve your quality of sleep [5] .


If you don't like Sixpack Sleep for any reason at all, just mail the container back within 60 days for a full 100% refund, minus shipping and handling. No hassles, no questions asked. Even if you've used all of the Sixpack Sleep and you just mail back the empty container, you'll still receive a full refund for your order (minus shipping & handling). However, I know you'll absolutely love this product and how great of a deal it is. Hundreds of thousands of guys just like you have already taken advantage of Sixpack Sleep. You owe it to yourself to see what you can do with these proven ingredients.


* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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