The Best Time to Eat for Six Pack Abs
Here is one simple eating trick to get you Six Pack Abs – FAST!:
What’s up guys,
It’s Mike and today we’re going to be talking about MEAL TIMING. Pay attention today because following this advice will get you burning fat more efficiently and get you that much closer to having that six pack you’ve always wanted!
0:04 So, how often should you eat?
– This is very common question and it has a very simple answer: Every 2 – 3 hours.
– This can be misleading, because those who only hear that answer usually end up gaining weight in the beginning. Why is that?
0:45 There are other things that you have to focus on besides just eating every 2 – 3 hours.
– I eat that often, but only because that is how often I get hungry and that’s my body letting me know that it needs something.
– This is way different than you just eating because you think you’re supposed to follow that plan. This is how people can do it wrong and find themselves gaining more fat, even though they feel that they’ve been trying really hard.
1:32 If I’m going to eat a meal every 2 – 3 hours this is because my body requires it and also because I work out 5 – 6 days a week and am burning extra calories constantly.
1:48 Also, the meals that I choose to eat are fairly low in calories – about 500 each (give or take) and are “clean.”
– Eating this way my body is able to burn through it in about that 2 – 3 hour time frame and I’m able to stay lean and feed my body what it needs.
2:13 These are factors that you have to remember before deciding to eat this often:
1) You have to be working out.
– And make sure you’re doing it 4 – 5 days a week to keep the demand up for that much food.
2) You have to make sure that the meals you’re eating are low in calories.
– This way you can ensure that your body can burn through them in 2 – 3 hours.
3:50 So, if you’ve just started a diet eating every 2 – 3 hours but aren’t seeing results, it probably because:
1) You’re body doesn’t need the calories that often.
2) You’re not working out often enough.
3) The meals that you’re eating are too dense and your body can’t burn it off in time.
– To get started with this type of diet, begin doing your workouts 4 – 5 days a week for the first week, with your normal diet, and notice how your appetite will increase.
– It’s very important to not start eating more when you notice this!
– Instead get through that first week and start eating clean with your new diet every 2 – 3 hours the following week.
– If you’re used to eating 3000 calories a day, then you have to make sure that your new meals are LOWER in calories than your old meals.
– This ensures that you will begin to lose weight eating this often rather than gaining weight.
7:42 Get the meals down that you need to eat, plan to eat:
3) Carbs or Fats (depending on how lean your protein is in that meal and what your workout consists of)
8:25 Eat only when you are hungry!!
– If you’re working out, you will get hungry so stop watching that clock.
So remember if you’re looking to lose weight and get leaner, this is what you need to be focusing on. If you’re looking to gain, or are in a “bulking” phase, then there is a totally different plan for you – stay tuned for that video!
I hope you enjoyed this video and that it helped you to find what works best for you and your goals. So, for more workouts, more nutrition and awesome tips and tricks come back to see us often. Be sure to leave your comments below and keep sending in those progress pics!
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If you didn’t know, my body hasn’t always looked the way it does today. I thought that I was doing all of the right things and knew that I had to make a change to my diet because I was working so hard only to get the opposite results! Finally, I found this simple trick that I was able to apply to my routine and the results came faster than I ever expected! Now I have the ripped, muscular body that I’ve always wanted and would like to pass on this success trick to you!
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