Staying On Top Of Your Health and Fitness
Eat To Fuel Your Body
The word no one wants to hear.. diet. It's when you have to cut out all of your favorite delicious foods and replace them with items that always seem to taste like cardboard am I right? If you want to get the body of your dreams you are going to have to make certain sacrifices. This doesn't mean that you have to eat a single stick of broccoli for dinner though. The most important thing about your diet is staying consistent! You will have to give up the pizza, ice cream, fast food, and late night snacks if you want to take your physique to the next level. Don't worry I will highlight three meals I make on a consistent basis that taste good, keep my body fueled, and meet all the requirements for a healthy diet! The easiest way to do this is by PRE PACKING. Yes it's going to take some discipline on your part but hey, you tell me what good thing comes without being dedicated to the mission.
b) Three easy to prepare meals
Here's one thing I didn't begin to think about until I got truly serious about my looks and that is when I eat. It's one thing to eliminate the junk food and replace it with healthier options but if you're eating routine is sporadic you will be putting yourself behind the eight ball. Remember ladies and gentlemen, greatness comes at a cost and the body that you deserve is inside of you but you're going to have to make a commitment to create a schedule around the times that you fuel your body.
It's Really Hard To Get The Body You Want Without Sweating A Little
The king of all exercises is the squat. There are many variations of this workout and not all of them have to include pumping out heavy iron. You can simply use your body weight and begin to see results. If you want to add additional movements you can do jump squats, deep lunges, pistol squats, and much more. The way I train my body is with using the good ol fashion Olympic bar. I usually load XYZ amount of weight and begin my warm up routine. Once my legs have got the blood flowing through them I put more weight on and begin my next set. I do this all the way up until I reach 60 total reps and move on to my next exercise!
- b) Cardio
- c) Upper body muscles
Be Confident Enough In You To Stay In Your Lane
- a) Worry about your own
- b) Work within pace of fitness
- c) Do what's good for you