GETTING LEAN IS SIMPLE, IF YOU FOLLOW THESE SIX STEPS!

agegracefullyThere is no magic workout, diet pill, or diet that will magically give you the body you want. It requires hard work in the gym and willpower in the kitchen. However, the answer is simple and inexpensive; so what are you waiting for? These are the six steps that are required to decrease fat in your body and develop lean muscle. You don’t need expensive supplements, just real food!

1. Food intake- Lean meat, fresh fruits and vegetables

2. Determine your daily caloric intake and log your food intake and calories

3. Water- Drink at least(8) 8 ounce glasses of water per day.

4. Exercise- Weight training is key to developing lean muscle

5. Eliminate processed foods, and reduce your intake of bread, rice and cereals.

6. Cardio- add interval training to your cardio workouts- Research shows interval training to be much more effective for fat loss than longer endurance type cardio.

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4 thoughts on “GETTING LEAN IS SIMPLE, IF YOU FOLLOW THESE SIX STEPS!

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  3. These tips are simple but very useful. I’m 40 years old, and I know drinking water and eliminating processed food has definitely worked for me. I just have a question about cereals, specifically oatmeal. I usually have half a cup of cooked, rolled oats for breakfast or lunch, and about twice a week I use oats to make a muffin in a cup or pancakes. Do you think this might be detrimental to fat loss?

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    • Thanks so much for reading and your comment. I think oatmeal is a great healthy source of carbs /fuel for energy and to start your day. I have most of my carbs thru lunchtime and taper in the evening. I do however recommend organic oats. I also pair them with a protein by adding some greek yogurt, walnuts ir a scoop of organic protein powder

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