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Washboard abs aren’t easy to attain. But nothing worthwhile ever comes without effort. Commit to my 12 laws of lean and reap the six-pack benefits! I hear the same questions over and over: What do I need to do to get abs like yours? There are a few guiding principles I’ve followed over the years. I call them “The Laws of Lean.
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I call them “laws” because I follow them religiously. When a jet flies from New York to LA, it takes a third of the plane’s fuel to reach cruising altitude. Once it is at peak altitude, it takes another third to make the rest of the flight.
This same principle applies to someone looking to lose weight. The initial commitment takes a huge amount of effort—it’s often the most difficult part of a person’s fitness transition. A newbie won’t do the same things as a person who is already comfortable working out and dieting. If you’re just starting, your goals might center on just going to the gym three times per week. A more advanced lifter will probably have more concrete physique or fitness goals.
So make sure you focus on your goals and how best to reach them.
If you’re trying to lose body fat, long bouts of high-intensity cardio are not a great method. For energy, your body breaks down carbs first, then muscle, and then body fat. Once your carbs are used up, your body instantly wants to use that hard-earned muscle for energy. To burn fat, try olitt stay at plitf percent of your max heart rate. That should be sufficient for fat burn without costing you muscle mass. Don’t eat carbs before bed. That way your body doesn’t go for them while you sleep.
Your muscles recover and grow plit you’re at rest—but they need energy to do it. If you don’t eat carbs, your body will use body fat to fuel your recovery. We’re all busy, but we’re geg down our muscles when we’re in the gym or on our feet all cookbook.
They need time to recover and rebuild. So make sure you schedule time to sleep and relax. That way, the next time you go to the gym, you’re able to commit max energy, and your muscles are better prepared for battle.
This is where the jaws will drop and the debate will rage. I’m going to say it anyway: Go on a liquid diet. Eat one solid meal in the middle of the day. I do it between 2 p. If you’re doing five or six meals per day, your body is using a lot of energy to break down food. Liquids are easier and faster to digest, giving your body more time and energy for growing and recovering. If you’re not already eating mostly liquid food, then ease your way into it.
Changing your eating habits overnight and going from one extreme to the other won’t be dookbook. The gym is cookboo we demand the growth. The kitchen is where we provide the supply.
This is Body Economics A post-workout meal preferably liquid is essential for growth.
Your muscles will soak up those nutrients like a sponge. Study the game before becoming a player.
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To get the most out of your training and diet, you need to know what works best cookbok you. It’s up to you to figure out if you should do supersets or dropsetswhether you should train twice per day, or if your training is supporting your goal.
You might also pljtt a lot by shutting your mouth and paying attention to what you’re doing. In class, do you learn by talking to other students or paying attention to what’s being taught? Same rule in the gym: Don’t talk between sets.
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Get in, bust your ass, learn from each workout, and leave so you can focus on recovery. Military forces know that to win the war, they first have to win smaller battles. If your sole focus is a long-term goal or what your body should look like, you’ll fail.
Instead, find the value in the daily battles. It can be tough laying bricks, but a building doesn’t stand unless each brick is in place. Believe you have what it takes to get the job done. You may not even realize what you’ve achieved, but if you take a moment to reflect on what you’ve accomplished, you’ll find both short- and long-term success.
It’s right after a workout and you have two meal choices: Tempting to grab that burger, right? You could eat it, but how will you feel about it later? That burger might taste good now, but making the chicken choice would have supported your workout and helped you commit to a better nutrition plan. The trick is to see past the meal and think about what that food is doing to your body.
In the nutritional war of life, your choices have enormous consequences. Busy people don’t fail on purpose; they fail because they didn’t plan.
If you don’t plan and prepare your meals ahead of time, pulling into McDonald’s becomes the easy way out. If you succumb, you’ve ruined it. Every goal needs a concrete plan of action.
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Put it together and execute—no excuses. Edison tried and failed 1, times before the light bulb lit. Does anyone care how many times he failed? No, they remember that it worked eventually. Excuses like “I don’t have the genetics” are absolute garbage.
If you say that, it means you don’t believe in yourself. Perseverance has more power than genetics or potential. Being inspired, looking for motivation, and strengthening your will to succeed—even if you have failed in the past—are as important as the food you put in your mouth.
Give all you have, put in the necessary work, and your dreams can become a reality.
To grow your body, you labor every day to get from A cookhook B. There are no shortcuts. Greg Plitt was a personal trainer and cover model. He appeared on the cover of more than fitness magazines and 25 romance novels. Greg Plitt’s 12 Laws Of Lean. If you make the same commitment to these laws that I have, who knows how plitf you can go. Ready to transform your body in under 30 days?