Gaining muscle without gaining excess fat can be challenging, but it’s achievable with the right nutrition strategy. Beginners can experience significant improvements in muscle growth and fat loss simultaneously as their bodies adapt to new exercise stressors. Unfortunately, accomplishing both of these goals at once becomes increasingly difficult as conditioning levels advance. This is why elite-level athletes and bodybuilders dedicate specific periods of time to one goal: either gain muscle, or lose fat.
I’m often asked about my diet. And one of the most common questions I get is, “Do you eat carbs?” The answer is a resounding, “Yes!” And I’m happy to explain why.
Despite their bad rep, carbohydrates are an important part of a healthy diet. You just have to be careful about which type you choose. Learn how to steer clear of bad carbs and fuel up with the healthy kind with this helpful, easy-to-remember tip from fitness model, author and motivational speaker Jennifer Nicole Lee.
Got the midnight munchies?
In her latest video, international fitness model, author and motivational speaker Jennifer Nicole Lee explains why it’s important to taper off your calories and carbs at night. She also offers a healthy suggestion for a delicious evening snack that won’t sabotage your weight loss plan.
Do you ever feel so drained after a long day, you don’t have a shred of energy left to drag yourself to the gym? You’re not alone. Even I sometimes feel like heading straight for the couch, but when you have goals to reach, skipping the gym is not an option! These healthy lifestyle tips can help you recharge your energy stores so you’re ready to go:
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There’s this odd dance that always seems to take place at the birthday parties my kids are invited to:
-Ample pizza is ordered, enough for all of the invited children, their parents, and possibly a small village combined.
-The children eat the pizza.
-The parents do not.
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