"What you eat is just as important as how you train" & its clear that what fuel you put into your body will effect your performance.
So if you want to get to your fitness goals, take a good look at these three types of breakfast "like comment” on the ones you mostly have.
If you want to burn those fat calories & hear them scream you got to fuel fuel your body with what works for you, everyone is different & one size does not fit all.
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WHAT YOU EAT IS AS IMPORTANT AS HOW YOU TRAIN, (THAT'S ANOTHER BLOG I WILL COVER).
WITH THAT IN MIND REMEMBER HARD WORK IS KEY TO ACHIEVING YOUR HEALTH & FITNESS GOALS.
PUT IN PLACE THE FIRST FOUR POINTS COVERED IN THE PREVIOUS BLOG ("GET THOSE SEXY ABS YOU DESERVE") & KNOW THAT THIS LAST ONE OF CONSISTENCY OF EXERCISE WILL EFFECTIVELY KICK IN & BEAR FRUIT QUICKER BECAUSE YOU’VE PUT YOURSELF IN A MUCH BETTER POSITION OF UNDERSTANDING, BUT NOT ONLY THAT, YOU HAVE CLEAR DIRECTION OF WHERE YOU WANT TO HEAD TOWARDS, YOUR BETTER PREPARED & KNOW THAT DISCIPLINE IS A FAIR PRICE TO PAY TO ACHIEVE THAT.
HERE ARE 21 EXERCISES FROM MY MEMBERS ONLY LIBRARY AT "SALL FITTNESS" SOME ARE SIMPLE, SOME MORE ADVANCED, HAVE FUN WITH THEM. LOOK AT YOUR POSITION WHEN YOU DO AN EXERCISE, VARY YOUR TEMPO & WORK THROUGH A DIFFERENT RANGE OF MOTION AFTER YOU HAVE DONE A FEW SETS & LET US KNOW HOW YOU GET ON.
Listen very carefully: its very important so get some L-Glutamine in you...here's the why.
L-glutamine is provisionally an essential amino acid for the reason that the body can produce it. Your body stocks glutamine within the muscles, lung, liver, brain and stomach tissues. Glutamine makes up 60% of your body’s amino acid stocks. You can weaken your glutamine approximately up to 50% because of extreme workout, serious injuries or communicable ailments. Glutamine works to energize the intestines and immune system, cure soft tissues, prevent illnesses and sustain your body’s antioxidant source
In a catabolic states of injury and illness, glutamine becomes conditionally-essential (requiring intake from food or supplements)
L-glutamine is the most abundant nutrient in the digestive tract and so plays a key role in digestive function and in solving digestive problems. It is particularly helpful for IBS, Diverticulitis and Leaky Gut Syndrome. It is also a proven key player in helping to fight addictions to sugar and alcohol and has shown great benefits for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Dietary sources of L-glutamine include beef, chicken, fish, eggs, milk, dairy products, wheat, cabbage, beets, beans, spinach, and parsley. Small amounts of free L-glutamine are also found in vegetable juices and foods, such as tofu.
Last but certainly not least L-glutamine helps with weight loss and obesity. This is mainly due to its multiple metabolism benefits as outlined above especially its role in preserving lean tissue (and so your metabolic rate), its benefits to the digestive system and its benefits to liver function.
There are no side effects to L-glutamine once taken in sensible dosages. L-glutamine is available in capsules and powered form. The powered form (which is taste free!) is recommended if using dosages above 3g daily. 1 to 3g daily is recommended for craving control and 5g or more for treating illness and disease and for sports performance.
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