I was pretty glad this happened…
Earlier today I woke up, made my bed, then weighed myself on the scale like I do every day.
But today was different.
I weighed in at 179.8lbs.
This is the lightest and leanest I’ve been in over 6 months, and the interesting part is that my training focus hasn’t really changed.
I’ve been eating the same 2,100 calories daily.
Yet, I’ve gotten leaner and lost weight without sacrificing strength either.
On top of all that, you might have seen the unnecessary amount of pizza, ice cream, and other “unhealthy” foods I’ve eaten during this diet.
And despite that, the results are still coming.
It’s all due to a simple fat loss formula that works every time.
Honest Calorie Tracking +
Smart Strength Training = Results
I say honest calorie tracking, because it’s easy to track ‘some’ or even ‘most’ of your calories then ‘forget’ things.
It’s better to track everything including condiments, vegetables (yes, even celery), and all your regular meals.
As for smart strength training, 3-4 days is best.
No need to train to failure every set.
Go in with a focus, track your progress, and aim to improve just a little bit over last time.
If you can combine calorie tracking and strength training consistently, you’ll absolutely get results.
And if you’re looking for more help on getting stronger and leaner without living in the gym or giving up your favorite foods, go here: