High-intensity exercise and clean eating are the answer to abs, right? Right. But what happens if you're injured or sick and completely out of commission? See ya later, six-pack. Well, not so fast. There's a few tricks to slow the process, and maybe even be the answer for the lazy couch potato.(I recently came off a SLAP tear repair surgery, that means no use of the shoulder for months, not even any running or lower-body work. There goes high-intensity exercise. But, luckily for me I went into it in shape. What's left had been diet, and a few other tricks. So if you're down and out yourself and looking for the tricks of the trade, or you're just a lazy bum looking for a quick read on how to live leaner, then click on through.)The #21DayShred: Download the blueprint to building a rock solid, shredded body>>>10 Exercise Lessons Learned the Hard Way So You Don't Have To>>>
Fancy word and terminology for "eat based on what you do." As an active person, consuming small portions of carbs throughout the day and fats later in the evening can be very effective for building muscle and keeping off fat. But if you’re slowed down (or sitting in an office chair for eight-plus hours per day), it’s recommended to slash back on both of those particular macronutrients in small increments, but do it slowly so you don't get cravings the first week of trying it out. Eventually you’ll find the balance.(Secret trick: Swap out the morning oatmeal for wheat puffs to drop your carbs by 30-40%)9 Foods for Effective Clean Bulking>>>7 Reasons to Keep the Carbs>>>
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