The trick to good nutrition (and therefore faster results) is to feed your body a combination of protein, vegetables and healthy fats every few hours, this ensures proper recovery from workouts AND optimal energy levels throughout your day.
Balanced nutrition is the key.
And believe it or not, for best results, you should eat 4 to 5 (small) meals each day instead of the “3 square meals” you’re probably used to, or worse… just one or two big meals a day.
If you’re currently eating 2 meals; then your goal should be to eat 3 meals.
If you’re eating 3 meals; then your goal should be to eat 4 meals.
I can only recommend 5 meals if you’re training following our workout plan.
Most people think they know what working out is like – but in my career I’ve never met someone who really knew how to train at the level that is required to get noticeable results.
Until they start training with us…
Here’s a quick “ingredients checklist” you want to stick to when creating your own meals from now on. The better you stick to this, the better your body will be.
- Protein – Choose a portion of protein, such as chicken breast, ground turkey, fish or steak. Protein is essential for toning and building muscle. 75g to 150g for women and 150g to 250g for men should be about the right size.
- Vegetables – Add two portions of vegetables with each meal every day.
- Essential Fats – Consume unsaturated fats daily (coconut oil, olive oil or organic butter from grass fed cows). Not all fats make you fat!
- Water – Drink at least 2 to 4 liters of water per day, more when you’re exercising.
Fat burning mode
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