Jennifer just turned 30 and is unhappy with the way she looks. When Jennifer was in high school she was a cheerleader and very active outside of school.
Throughout the years she has tried several diets, bought many gym memberships, and just can’t find the drive or information to make her hard work actually pay off.
From wasting money on a personal trainer to spending too much money on supplements, Jennifer is about to give up on achieving the body she deserves.
This has happened with someone I personally know and since I started working with her, she has found that going to the gym is fun, effective, and is improving her quality of life.
This workout paired with some sound nutritional advice can yield great results and I think you will be shocked to see the results you can achieve in as little as 4 weeks.
Nutrition and Weight Loss
Not being able to maintain weight loss motivation is a huge reason why many fail.
Being able to maintain motivation is important because there will be the food cravings and a lot of bad habits being broken; this will not be easy!
I wanted to offer you something a little more in depth so I got in contact with Cutty from Cutty Strength and asked him what has been working well with his clients. He told me to check out a package from Critical Bench called “THINK! And Lose Weight.”
This is a 104 page ebook that has the advice and specific directions for choosing the habits that support weight loss. You’ll learn proven habits of effective weight loss and you can apply these to your every day life. You won’t have to worry about feeling deprived and waiting on your next cheat day because you can’t break the habit of overeating bad foods.
This is a proven method thousands of copies have been sold. I got to read the book and it even taught me a few things that I may have to write in upcoming articles.
Hopefully you’ve at least checked out The Venus Factor but if you don’t want to spend money quite yet, I will give you some of the best tips that have helped me and others in the past.
- Calories in vs Calories out is just a small piece of the puzzle; the types of food you eat matters too!
- You can have your cake and eat it too; moderation and proper planning is key to successful long-term weight loss
- You can’t out run a bad diet; you cannot “go run” a donut off, the damage is done if you did not plan for the extra awesome foods.
- Watch the calories you drink; many drinks contain calories and adding sugar or creamer (like coffee) just makes the calorie count skyrocket.
- Be consistent; consistently eating the same types of foods and not having random days of eating more and then less will help keep the body balanced and will help you learn what does and does not work for you.
Everyone’s schedule is a little different, so don’t count this workout out just because you can’t go on the days I suggest. Make time to get to the gym if you really want to succeed.
A sample workout schedule would look like this:
- Monday – Chest
- Tuesday – Core and Arms
- Wednesday – Back
- Thursday – Shoulders
- Friday – Legs
- Saturday – Off
- Sunday – Off
|Dumbbell Flat Bench Press||4||12|
|Dumbbell Incline Bench Press||4||12|
|Dumbbell Incline Flyes||4||12|
|Bench Press Machine||1||AMAP|
|Core and Arms Workout|
|1 Arm Tricep Extensions||4||12|
|Cross Body Hammer Curls||2||AMAP|
|Straight Arm Pulldowns||4||12|
|Seated Close Grip Rows||4||12|
|Dumbbell Shoulder Press||4||12|
|Machine Shoulder Press||4||12|
|Side Lateral Raise||4||12|
|Standing Calf Raises||4||15|
- AMAP – As Many As Possible. Do as many reps as you can until you fail.
- Pick a weight to challenge you to struggle to get every rep in every set. Next week add some weight to the workout and try to do the sets and reps at that weight.
- Practice good form and get a good contraction every rep.
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