Monday, 17 January 2022
With just a few small, easy, hopefully imperceptible changes to one’s diet and exercise routine, you too can have shredded abs, big biceps, and tight glutes, just like a magazine cover model.
“Getting healthy” or “losing weight” involves massive, painful, intolerable sacrifice, restriction, and deprivation.
Of course, neither of these are true.
The process that helps you lose “the first 10 pounds” isn’t the same one that’ll help you lose “the last 10 pounds”. Indeed, it usually takes a lot more work as you get leaner.
If you do aspire to “fitness model” or “elite athlete” lean, you might be surprised. Images are photoshopped for effect. Bodybuilders only look like that for competition. And achieving that look comes at a high cost; one most people aren’t willing to pay.
However, if you’re okay not being on the next magazine cover and aspire to be “lean and healthy” even small adjustments can — over time — add up to noticeable improvements. Sometimes these improvements can change, perhaps even save, lives.
**Full Article: https://www.precisionnutrition.com/cost-of-getting-lean
Metcon for All Classes
AMRAP x 20
5 Pull Ups
10 Push Ups
15 Air Squats
Every 5 Minutes [Starting at 0:00]:
500 Meter Row
* Score = Total Rounds + Reps of "Cindy"
* Pick-up where you left off after row