Mike Chang Is A Scam Artist

Mike Chang and his six pack shortcut videos have been spamming the Internet for years. Besides the endless amount of online advertisement there are hundreds of sites purposely created by Mike Chang and his crew. The idea is to build Mike Chang’s online name and sell shady supplements and training routines. The whole phenomenon can be summarized in two words: whore marketing.

Mike Chang Scam

via:bodybuilding.com
Where is your six-pack?

The routines and supplements presented by Mike Chang are nothing special. Most are deprived of logic, professionalism and before all – honesty. Mike Chang and the whole PR team behind him do not care about YOU. They only care about your money. They are willing to sell you lies, fake supplements and all kinds of other muscle elixirs. Mike Chang has a team of SEO and Google experts that can make him rank very well in Google. Uninformed aspiring natural bodybuilders are the most likely victim to fall in the trap. They just don’t know any better.

Mike Chang is using the good old fashioned tricks to push his products – in your face advertisements, misleading claims, untested results, shady web-sites, YouTube spam bots, sexual related material and much more. The sole purpose of his activity is to profit on the back of the uninformed.


In the beginning of his career Mike Chang used to advertise his products by saying that they were based on ancient Chinese secrets. Bullshit! The idea was that the uneducated and uninformed spoiled kids who watch Kung Fu movies were going to believe this nonsense. It’s not much different than the bogus herbs presented as mysterious Chinese cures. It’s a scam, and if the products of Mike Chang were to undergo analysis, it would be revealed that the only secret is that there is no secret.

The funny thing about Mike Chang is that most likely he is not even a natural bodybuilder. The bloated face and his overall Photoshop look reveal that. Of course, his weight and height are the real factor but that information has been hidden from the online space. The goal is to prevent eventual analysis of Mike Chang’s muscle size to height ratio. Without a doubt the natural status of Mike Chang is to be questioned.

Our advice to you is to educate yourself in order to avoid being scammed by con artists like Mike Chang. Read about training, ask questions, analyze your own experience…this is how you make progress. Don’t fall for the cheap and old tricks.

In the end of the day – it’s all the same. Virtually every day there is a new training routine. A new guy doing the push-ups, a new guy doing the crunches, a new guy doing the pull-ups…it doesn’t matter. It’s all the same recycled material and its success depends on people’s general ignorance. That makes it dirty and immoral.

While Mike Chang is an obvious fraud, he is a representative of the modern morals and standards. Today we judge the success of everything solely by the financial return. If it’s selling good, it must be good. Yeah, right! If the value of something is solely measured in money, it’s not worth very much. As soon as we realize that we will no longer be putting on pedestal guys like Mike Chang. When is that going to happen? {you decide}

2 comments

  1. Sean

    Quite some years ago, Mike Chang had a video on his channel in which he claimed 5’9.5″ as his height (I’m positive that’s what he said), and I think 170 lbs as his weight (but I’m much less sure on that). He also told me that he was 9% about 5 or 6 years ago in a private message conversation I had with him. He could have been lying about any of those figures though, since I’m pretty sure he was lying about his body fat. I don’t think there’s any way to confirm that though, as Chang regularly deletes old videos.

  2. T

    I agree all his programs are a scam they are poorly made and the content is a total sham. They conned me into buying 3 online workouts. It,s all about the “UPSELL” for them. They don’t give a shit about you and they also follow up so they could sell you some more. BEWARE there money back quarantine does not mean anything. I tried to get it my money back after 1 month (30 days) after realizing how bad it of program it was and holy “expensive as hell” for a fricken low budget online download??? Needless to set they stalled me to 60 days and said they can no longer refund because the system would not allow to refund after 60 days . SCAM SCAM SCAM BEWARE OF THESE CROOKS.

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