The quickest way to getting a six packSeptember 28, 2016 7:56 am
Six packs or abs are one of the signs of a physically fit body. Anybody would want six packs not only for a great look but to also maintain a strong core. However abs are like every other muscles in the body and need to be tuned so as to get to shape. It is important to note that everybody has core muscles but it is those who have worked them out that have visible and strong cores.
The work out involving core muscles can be long and rigorous process, many people only start to develop six packs after weeks of work out. There are however ways of expediting the process.
First, you need a lot of water in your body so as to enhance your body’s metabolism. With more water in the body you will be burning fats faster. You also want to cut down on intake of drinks such as juice and soda as they have a high sugar content.
During the work out, ensure that your body is well fed. Many people tend to associate less food intake with physical fitness but it is not always that simple. When you starve, the body tends to store more fat.
The most important part of the process is the workout. Make sure that much of it is focused on your core. You can do exercises such as reverse crunch, plank and so on. And if you want abs really fast you would want to also do a lot of cardio exercises. These are like tennis, cycling, jogging and so on. Ensure that you vary the exercises and that you keep challenging yourself.
The Ultimate Muscle Building ShakeSeptember 20, 2016 5:57 am
With all the craze that is going into losing weight, there is a little that has been said about the ways one can do the reverse; that is to build mass. Many people think that to build muscles you only have to work out hard and eat a lot. This is true but not that simple. Almost everyone can work out but when it comes to the food to eat one has to be very careful otherwise they might end up with an overweight body.
To achieve a significant gain in actual body mass, that is muscle; you need to ensure that your protein intake is sufficient to keep up with your workout. However, protein alone cannot provide a substantial gain in body muscle; one requires a careful balance of essential nutrients all of which are vital for muscle growth. Many nutritionists have come up with a range of ‘super shakes’ that they claim to have the perfect balance of nutrients. However, few do meet that balance. Here is one that is certain to make the process of muscle building much easier for you.
- Pour into a bowl or container, 12 ounces of milk or water depending on what is easily available.
- Scoop 1 or 2 spoonful of protein powder.
- You can then toss in some vegetables; two handfuls should be enough. It is important to note that there is no particular vegetable mentioned, you can use any.
- Also, toss in some fruit, two fistfuls of fruit like dates, apples and mango will do.
- Fat is also an essential part of your shake; it will make it delicious and also increase the number of calories. Add five servings in your shake.