Weight loss & Fitness successful program

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Hofkid

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Posted: 21 Sep 2013, 12:13
My program which has achieved a 23 pound weight loss in 6 weeks from 180 pounds to 156 pounds (53 year old male) includes the following:
Diet: carbs taking in = 50 to 100 grams per day
Daily Protein = 100 to 150 grams per day
Daily Fat intake= 50 to 70 grams per day.

The focus should be to minimize calories from carbohydrates and increase your calories from protein. During my program I consumed more fish, eggs, turkey meat in all forms, and lean beef. I drastically reduced and even practically eliminated bread, cereals and any alcohol. You also have to be careful of eating too much fruit or juices. Protein combined with high intensity 20 minute workouts will accelerate burning fat.

The second key to my weight loss and fitness includes the following:
I followed the advice for dieting and fitness from a very affordable program I purchased on line that was advertised on this website. MAX WORKOUTS by Shin Ohtake. The focus on short intense 20 minute workouts every other day (only three times per week) and intense 20 minute cardio workouts the other three ays per week rather than longer low intensity workouts produces more lean muscle building and endurance . I am in the eighth week of this 12 week program. I

I have lost 5 inches off my waistline and lowered my percentage of body fat by 2 to 3%. My goal has changed now from weight loss to strength gain and overall fitness and even more endurance.
Nesie160

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Posted: 21 Sep 2013, 15:23
Good job. How much is the workout pack?
Hofkid

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Posted: 26 Sep 2013, 14:01
like $35.00 US



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