Lean Body Fitness Secrets E-zine: Overeating Tips, Unique Muscle Building Training Style, Lean Muscle Recipe
Mike Geary here...back for another issue of Lean Body Fitness Secrets E-zine. I hope you're ready to start kicking butt in the gym, because I have a drastically different training style to introduce you to today that is guaranteed to break you out of whatever funk or plateau you've been in lately!
I also have a special halloween tip to help you out with the candy binge attack you might get this time of year.
If you like the info I'm giving you here today, feel free to forward this newsletter on to anyone you think might enjoy these topics...friends, family, co-workers, etc.
As those of you who have been with me for a while know, I'm always looking to give you tasty, yet healthy meal ideas to help you work towards a lean, muscular, healthy, and youthful body. If you missed my last newsletter, I gave you a HUGE listing of all of my own personal favorite lean-body foods.
Let's start this issue with another one of my world-famous hard-body recipes. I have to say, I just thought of this very simple, yet tasty meal a couple days ago, and had to share it with you. I was actually low on groceries and just kind of threw a few things together, but it turned out awesome! Even better, it only takes about 2 minutes to make. Here it is:
Sweet Chicken Spinach Pitas
Throw a couple handfuls of the baby spinach leaves into a bowl and cut into smaller pieces. Mix all other ingredients together in the bowl. Lightly warm up the pita pocket in the toaster and cut in half. Fill each pita half with half of the bowl mixture and enjoy. Lightly sweet, delicious, and very healthy! Serve with some iced green tea or rooibos tea for an extra jolt of anti-oxidants.
Approximate macro-nutrient breakdown:
28 g. protein; 50 g. carbs; 8 g. fiber; 17 g. fat (all healthy fat); 440 calories
One of the things you'll enjoy with your purchase of The Truth about Six Pack Abs program is a chart containing 72 more lean-body recipes like this one.
With Halloween coming up soon, no doubt you're going to be surrounded by loads of sugar and corn syrup laden candy everywhere you go. Here's a tip on how to combat the typical weight gain associated with all of the candy bingeing that happens throughout this week from all of the halloween candy laying around. The problem is that you're tempted to indulge but don't want to add extra blubber on top of those dear abbies.
Well, I say indulge...eat as much candy as you want! Gorge yourself until you can't eat any more. Now, here's the caveat...only do this on one day (maybe Halloween Day or the day after), and then go cold turkey. You will not be able to do much damage with just one single day of over-indulgence, as long as you call it quits the very next day.
Actually, the sugar overload will spike your insulin and revamp your leptin levels when kept to only one day. This, in turn, increases your metabolic rate (but only when done very infrequently). So go ahead and enjoy, but then end it quickly!
Also, make sure to get a good high intensity weight training workout done the day after your overeating day, and you'll get one of the best muscle pumps you'll ever experience!
Featured Training Article
Well, that's all for this issue of Lean Body Fitness Secrets E-zine. Stay tuned for my next issue as I'll be loading it full of more secret training and nutrition tips to help you on your way to your best body ever.
I hope you've enjoyed all of this information. Remember, there's no better time than NOW to start taking action for good! Again, feel free to forward this email to anyone you know that might be interested in feeling better, looking better, and getting stronger.
Mike Geary, Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Personal Trainer
Disclaimer: The programs and information expressed within truthaboutabs.com and this e-zine are not medical advice, but rather represent the author's opinions and are solely for informational and educational purposes. The author is not responsible in any manner whatsoever for any injury or health condition that may occur through following the programs and opinions expressed within truthaboutabs.com or this e-zine. Nutritional information is presented for informational purposes only and may not be appropriate for all individuals. Consult with your physician before starting any exercise program or altering your diet.
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