80% Nutrition – 20% Workout

August 24, 2018

All of us are aware that exercise is an important key to health. However, maintaining optimal health and well-being is more than just training and diet. Fitness and health are made up of 80% nutrition and 20% exercise. Your body needs support in the form of proper nutrition in order to perform well.
 

 

Nutrition is 80% of your results! You need to develop a LIFESTYLE change that will allow you to shred those kilos, tone up, or drop weight quickly (and safely!) in a way that you can maintain forever.

 

You need to develop a LIFESTYLE change that will allow you to shred those kilos, tone up, or drop weight quickly (and safely!) in a way that you can maintain forever.

Nutrition is the most important part of any fat loss program (AND for overall health as well).

These days, it’s far too easy to ruin the benefits of a good workout in less than 30 seconds with some of the high-calorie concoctions out there masquerading as “energy drinks”, or in minutes by scarfing down fast food or oversized, processed snacks.

 

Bottom Line: No matter how great your workout is, if you don’t have your nutrition in place, you won’t get the results you want.
 

“So why can’t I just cut my calories. Why should I waste my time  with exercise?”
 

You don’t have to do a lot, but you have to work hard. And you can even get your results with bodyweight strength training.

But one way or another, you have to boost your metabolism and stimulate your muscles with strength training, IF you want the best body you can possibly achieve.
 

 


 

How to Eat right before and after your workout:

And if you use the best strength training for fat loss program out there, it’s almost guaranteed you can build muscle and burn fat at the SAME time. Good News: You CAN gain muscle and burn body fat at the same time.
 

A well balanced meal prior to exercising can help fuel the body, reduce early onset of fatigue and speed up post-workout recovery. A pre-workout meal should provide sufficient fluid to maintain hydration, be relatively high in carbohydrate to maintain blood sugar levels and moderate in protein.
 

During exercise, the primary goals are to replace fluids and provide carbohydrate for the maintenance of blood sugar levels. Carry a lightweight water bottle and snacks that can be conveniently consumed during workout.
 

After a strenuous physical activity, your body needs to rebuild and repair and you need to replenish the fluids lost. A post-workout meal should provide a fair amount of carbohydrates and very important protein. Carbohydrates help replenish your energy stores while protein helps to repair muscle tissues.
 

Whether you are a casual runner or in training for a marathon, Formula 1 Nutritional Shake Mix is an important component in your diet plan.

More about Formula 1 Nutritional Shake Mix.
 

If you’re not exercising regularly, start now.  Cardio is great for your health, but you need to do strength training, too.  Unless you challenge your muscles, you stand to lose about five pounds of muscle mass per decade as you age – and that’s calorie-burning tissue you can’t afford to lose. 
 

Exercise will also keep your stress level in check, and will help you sleep better – both of which can help with weight control. As far as your diet is concerned, your calorie burn in middle age isn’t quite what it once was, so work on controlling portions and packing as much nutrition into those calories as you can – in the form of lean proteins, vegetables, fruits and moderate amounts of whole grains.
 

 


 

Herbalife Nutrition fuels Champions! Fitness is 80% Nutrition AND 20% Exercise!

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