It happens to the best of us—one drink too many. Forget the headache and upset stomach—a little aspirin, some water, a mid-day nap, and that will go away. It's that 600-800 empty calorie dent that you put in your diet. And that's the beer alone.
The DETOX plan is a moderately intense full body program to slowly and progressively get yourself back into working order. It's just the reset the body needs to renergize your metabolism and get your muscles firing back to normal. Personal trainer John Gioffre demonstrates the three days you'll be working out in the gym. Two other days will be spent on cardio, one as "active rest," and the other reserved for complete rest.
Next up: Start to clean up your diet with the plan to eat for 7% body fat.
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Personal trainer and registered dietician Tim McComsey developed and designed the following program.
* Click the links below for the video demonstration.
Active Rest, Tuesday
Walk, bike, hike, etc.
Steady-State Cardio, Thursday
HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training), Saturday
20-Minutes: 30 seconds hard, 60 seconds easy
Rest Day, Sunday