Personal Trainer, Matt Maier, says:

“Bullshit-free fitness is an important part of my life.”

You create a calorie deficit so your body burns fat. Then you keep it up until your body decides to burn off the fat around your waistline. Since it looks like that’s all you’ve got left there’s a good chance you’ll see measurable results.

Most motivated people can keep to a strong diet plan for a month.

If you do it right you can lose 2 lbs/week on average.

  • get eight hours of sleep each night.
  • drink enough water that you pee clear several times each day,
  • eat lots of protein (40% of your calories) but don’t each more than around 80% of the calories you need to maintain weight.

Use a calorie tracking app. Give resistance exercises a try. Keep in mind that exercise is deceptive; if you try to justify eating more just because you ran a couple miles you’ll erase your calorie deficit.

Also, it kind of looks like you could multiply the visual impact of your work just by switching to looser underwear.


Check out my transformation!

It took me 15 minutes.

Want to know my secret?

Well firstly I ditched the phone wallet because cause it is lame, swapped my bather bottoms to black (cause they’re a size bigger and black is slimming), Smothered on some fake tan, clipped in my hair extensions, stood up a bit taller, sucked in my guts, popped my hip – threw in a skinny arm, stood a bit wider #boxgap, pulled my shoulders back and added a bit of a cheeky/I’m so proud of my results smile.

Zoomed in on the before pic; zoomed out on the after and added a filter. Cause filters make everything awesome.

What’s my point? Don’t be deceived by what you see in magazines and on Instagram. You never see the dozens of other pics they took that weren’t as flattering.

Photoshop can make a pig look hotter than Beyonce.”


Author: Cerebral Lemon