Transform your lower body, tone your legs and butt by doing this squat challenge for 30 days. Burn fat, improve your digestion and fitness levels.
Let me start this book review with a question: Do you own a fitness book? If yes, which one is it? [Please, leave a comment with its title in the comments section for others to see.] If you don’t own one, don’t worry. Hopefully my review of The Strength Training Anatomy Workout will persuade you to change that.
Eating the right foods at right intervals and following an appropriate diet, are the key factors to gain weight. Working out alone is not going to do the trick. You need to exercise your muscles to encourage them to grow, but you also need to provide them with the right nutrition and diet.
Exercise is the most important part of muscle building. You don’t need me to tell you how important and obvious working out is. Your muscles need to be worked out if you want them to grow and get ripped (or toned, or defined if you prefer). Why?
The most important factor in muscle building is nutrition. Your nutrition should be based on carbohydrates and protein. Why? Carbohydrates are a perfect source of energy for your body and your body uses protein to repair and grow your muscles. You can’t expect your muscles to grow just because you work out. Your muscles need their fuel. And they need that fuel regularly.