It’s been a while since I’ve posted something on this blog and I’ve personally experienced something that is life changing that I wanted to share. “Can you really lose weight weight from a 25 minute workout?” Yes (T25 Workout) and No (Proper Nutrition). Yes if you adjust your diet and No if you don’t. What I’m trying to say is, a 25 minute workout with a proper diet will give you the results you want. But doing the 25 minute workout alone and still eating unhealthy foods will not help your cause.
Imagine you could eat something and whatever you ate would actually help you in your weight loss goals. This can be a reality when you choose to eat foods that burn fat. No were not talking about foods that taste horrible or have no taste, I’m talking about real foods like Avocados, Apples, Pomegranates and even steak.
With summer around the corner and warmer weather on it’s way, it’s time for t-shirt’s, tank tops and short sleeve shirts. Are you ready to expose those rounded arms of yours? Does your arm’s need a little toning and shaping up, after this long winter. If you don’t have time to go to the gym or are short on time, try these exercises. You don’t need any weights, just a resistance band and you’re on your way.
It is recommended that slow weight loss as the safest and most effective approach. A sensible weight-loss program allows you to lose weight gradually — about one-half to one pound per week. Gradual weight loss promotes long-term loss of body fat, not just water weight that can be quickly regained.
Mornings are probably the busiest time for people, but people still don’t realize the importance of breakfast and the effects it could have for the duration of your day, not to say your entire life. Skipping breakfast could be the worst thing you could do to yourself. Wake up 10 minutes early, prepare your clothes your going to wear to work the next day the night before, to give your self that extra time to get yourself pumped and ready to take on a new day with a healthy breakfast.
2.) Protein Powder (Whey Protein)
3.) Protein Bars
6.) BCAA – Branch chain Amino Acids
7.) Flaxseed Oil
8.) Fish Oil
9.) ZMA (zinc and magnesium, and Vitamin B-6)
10.) Green Tea Extract
So your not sure where to begin when it comes to diet. Plain and Simple: 5 – 6 small meals throughout the day every 2 – 3 hours. Keeping you full enough so that you do not get hungry and over eat at your next meal. Meals 1 – Breakfast, Meal 3-Lunch and Meal 5 -Dinner should have a portion of Protein and Carbohydrates (ex. grilled chicken breast & brown rice) include Vegetables in at least 2 of the Meals. Meal portions should roughly be the size your palm. Meals 2, Meals 4 and Meal 6 can be a Meal replacement, Protein shake, with a fruit or yogurt.