As we touched on the food the previous post, few more remarks are worth mentioning. So, basically you realize you do not need to eat 5 times a day or every 3-4 hours to stay progressive and be more productive (you decide how much time you got for eating but do not undereat). Since, you have been getting nutrients right, got totally surprised that, you could really train heavy-intense on empty stomach, early morning and even be progressive like other top athletes who do so.Continue reading “Final Stage 2”
Well, it was mentioned here once and I keep reminding it that supplements are not needed yet, they are inevitable. Depending on your goals and commitment or it could be even your budget, you must make up your mind whether you implement it in your diet or not. If you do, make it smart.
There are some objectives to be considered such as: Are you time limited? Do you seek constant progress? Do you want to get fit smart?Continue reading “Do you need Supplements?”
Here we go once again. Speaking first of nuts consumption now jumping into veggies. Those who have some interest for exercising and health surely know that, green is good, especially, the veggies. Making it routine would be more reasonable than picking a fruit. However, there are some fruits like melons and avocadoos which are also green and great but to get most out of your daily nutrition intake while straighten out your budget and get best commited, a good system must be put in practice.Continue reading “Green Veggies”
Why so many pro-athletes going nuts? And how to make it your routine to optimize your health, performance while building lean muscle mass and losing fat in the same time?Continue reading “Go for Nuts.”
Ever wondered why? or happened to see crazy people going for a swim outside or going shirtless when most would not dare leave comfort of their homes? not even mentioning going for a swim in cold. I did as well and surprisingly, its not as hard as it seems, especially when you know what benefits it entail and how much fun it can get. Continue reading “Cold is Great for You”