“Do I actually need supplements to get in shape?” The truth is that you don’t. No one does. In fact, even more truthful is that most of the supplements on the market DO NOT work and are a scam. Their marketing is so well done that some real people may swear by them. After a few months of hard work and using a certain supplement they may begin to credit all of their hard work to the supplement and not themselves!
Reverse dieting is when a person begins to slowly increase their caloric intake. The goal of reverse dieting is to increase the amount of food that a person eats while maintaining their current weight.
Paleo dieting has become a staple with groups of fitness enthusiasts as well as fitness trainers that wish to guarantee that their clients lose weight. The fact of the matter is that if a person goes from eating a normal, unhealthy diet to eating a diet that is high in protein and low in carbs they will lose weight no matter what. The issue is that while it’s a foolproof way to make people lose weight, Paleo isn’t optimal.
This smoothie is great for a post workout shake. If you are a hard gainer, this is the perfect alternative to a mass gain supplement. The oats, peanut butter and banana help you get a nice amount of carbs and fats to give you those extra calories you need to gain weight. As I mentioned above, this recipe can be altered accordingly to meet your macronutrient needs. If you need more carbs, add in more oats. Less carbs, less oats. Less fat, nix the peanut butter.
Working out at home has many advantages. You don’t have to worry about people sweating on all the equipment. Once you buy the equipment it’s yours and you don’t have to pay a monthly membership. No more sitting in traffic waiting to get to the gym. No more worrying about gym intimidation (if there is such a thing). Best of all, there are no more reasons to skip workouts and you can get a gym body from the comfort of your own home.