Want To Get Lean?

Meal prep

Goal:

Losing fat, getting those abs to pop getting beach bod ready, being vascular. These are all things we are looking for when cutting. But it's more than just doing a little cardio here and there. Although when cutting you should do 30-45 minutes of cardio after your weight training, the kitchen is still where the magic happens.

Where To Start:

The best place to start is to go here and put in your height, weight, age, and activity level. Once you have done that it will output what your maintenance calories are, and what you need to lose weight. Generally, you just subtract 200 calories from what you need to stay the same. Once you know how much you need to lose weight you can move on into meal prepping, so it's easier to stay on track and not cheat your diet. This can be done as many times a week as you prefer, I like to only do it once a week. I usually do all my cooking for the week on Sundays.

Don't get overwhelmed! A good place to start is with:

How to Change Exercise:

When in a calorie deficit you need to make sure you use lighter weights and focus more on the burn than anything else. You should also add in at least 30 minutes of cardio after every workout. Other than that your training should not change too much. cardio equipment

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