1) Drink water religiously. I keep 24-packs stacked in my kitchen! lol
2) Go jogging/running. Go at a slow, steady pace that you are comfortable with.
3) “Ab Ripper X” – it is part of the Exercise program “P90X” (In-home abdominal exercise workout. Simply Google “ab ripper x, you will see two video links “ab ripper x part 1” and “ab ripper x part 2.” Watch, get hooked, and get ready to see a smaller waist!!!)
I’ve been doing Ab Ripper X for 3 months straight now. I’ve done it though for the past year, but wasn’t very consistent with it, up until the last 3 months. It works instantly, you will no doubt see results instantly. It is the best and it’s my secret that I share with all my girlfriends. SO got me into it.
3) Eat CLEAN.
A typical day for me-
Morning, Pre-workout/run: plain oatmeal, with frozen blueberries and sliced banana
Post-workout/run: brown rice, steamed broccoli, lean chicken breast, hard boiled egg
Snacks throughout the day for example would include: sliced apple with almond butter, celery sticks, carrot sticks
*Be careful not to overdo it with fruits. Yes, they are healthy to eat, but fruits contain a lot of natural sugar: fructose. But then again, it’s better to eat fruits than that pack of Oreos staring you down.
Dinner: mixed greens salad, any protein (chicken, beef, broiled tilapia)
*No white carbs, no processed junk, no soda, no juice.
This is what I’ve been working with for a while now. Eat clean, train dirty!
I hope you find this helpful! Good luck! If you are interested in the Ab Ripper X and can’t find the links online, let me know! through PM!! I’ll send the links to you.
ETA: I used to calorie count, making sure I always ate below 1400 calories etc etc. but that has gone out the window. Calorie counting will make you go crazy, in my personal opinion. Just as long as you are eating CLEAN, you will shed. “100 calorie packs” of anything are the devil!!! But of course, to each their own.
Totally forgot lol – I lift weights. Bicep curls, tricep curls, deltoid and shoulder presses. If you are interested in lifting, go with a weight that is comfortable to you. If you feel a burn, then that is the correct weight to use. Not too much of a burn, but just enough.
Sh*t sorry for this long post! :/