Just had a look another look at fakebook,
and it seems that there are a still a few
people out there who don't like to eat
>>Just processed food or the odd diet shake
Its those who have succumbed to the
quick fix diet culture of pills and powders
so they can get rid of the fat from the bad
food, by eating more BAD food...
I get it...
it is not your fault for believing that powder
is better for breakfast than real food
Is this you..?
I know what you're thinking..??
If this is not the norm for weight loss or
muscle gain, why does my trainer
insist on me doing it..?
The truth is, you may have been working
out 3-5 x per week, but are still overweight,
reached a plateau and the excess weight won't
What is the problem..??
Your doing it wrong...
So YOUR TRAINER says...
"Just keep up the sessions..
(Do more if you can)
Drop the carbs at night..
(Just a protein shake will do!!)
Drop your calorie intake to 1200.."
>>>>Write this down..
Conducting more exercise and eating a lot
less food makes the body catabolic, you will use
the proteins (Muscles) as a fuel source,
Thus turning you into a fat storing machine,
not a lean machine that you want to be...
A regular workout routine of 3-5 times per week
at the correct intensity with the correct nutrition
is the way ahead, the body is clever and will adapt
to any situation
If you starve it, you will store fat
if you feed it you will build lean muscle,
thus burn more fat...
(You won't get big and bulky!)
Ditch the diet, the excessive gym use and
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Educational blogs for all who want to enhance their fitness Journey.