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Lean in 15: 15 minute meals and workouts to keep you lean and healthy by Joe Wicksthis was given to me as a gift from my thoughtful son. As someone who is a keep fit fanatic I am always on the look-out for a good recipe book that provides fast and tasty meals that can be prepared in advance. This ticked all my boxes.
I liked the fact that Joe introduces you to a programme of healthy eating, exercising and what to eat pre and post workout. He also provides a meal menu and an exercise programme and diary at the end of the book. Surprisingly one of the biggest culprits that prevents fat loss is alcohol.....especially if we enjoy a regular glass of something every night.
a book I would recommend for those who want to be keen and lean with little effort.
High Heels and Healthy Meals
Posted by Joe Wicks in Fitness. In this blog post, she shares some of her experiences and her top five tips for anyone starting out on their own fitness journey. If you're reading this, chances are you've thought about - or are - trying to change your body. You may have spent countless hours trawling the internet for answers, wasted precious money on faddy deprivation diets, and said some truly awful things to yourself about the way you look. I've absolutely no doubt that you've been fed the idea that in order to be lean and look good, you should be living off salad leaves and busting your gut for hours at a time on a treadmill. I know this because I was that person at the end of her tether this time last year, having tried everything to lose the weight I'd put on following a motorbike accident.
How much weight will I lose?
Whether you're into fitness or not, there's a chance you've heard about Joe Wicks, aka the Body Coach , the easy-on-the-eye personal trainer-turned social media sensation, whose Lean in 15 books regularly knock ANY tome off the bestseller list. Wicks is pro tasty recipes and quick, high intensity workouts and very anti low calorie diets, spending hours in the gym, and weighing yourself. - It has been quite an awakening for me in terms of what a healthy lifestyle and diet should look like! As I have said before, my weight and health had reached a breaking point at the beginning of this year, I was large, stressed, emotionally down and never had the energy to do anything.
I decided to take action in a way that forced me to restart my stalling fitness programme in the only way I knew how: Pay a big chunk of money for it. It may not motivate everyone to lay off the cakes and chocolate, but it sure incentivises me…! Want to know what my results were in these first two weeks of more food and less exercise? As someone who long ago stopped eating large meals in the evening, this is what I struggled most with at first. I say at first… I soon got used to it. In fact my Instagram Stories have been demonstrating just how big the portions are. If, like me, you like clean eating, then you are going to love this plan.
And what a 3 months I had a carb with every meal thinking this would see me through the day. I went to the gym occasionally out of guilt but didn't have a clue what as was doing and I thought I was eating healthily whilst actually relying on so-called 'healthy' convenience meals. Now, having lost a stone in weight and I now cook and eat yummy real food to nourish and fuel my body and have never felt hungry once which I really worried about before starting. I understand the connection between food and exercise and have loved the training, especially the weights, and now feel confident in the gym rather than intimidated.