5 Steps to Get Ripped Abs

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What’s the easiest way to get ripped abs?

Step 1. Eliminate these beliefs:
– It’s too hard
– I don’t have time
– It’s too expensive
– I can’t afford it
– I don’t have the energy
– I can’t stick to it
– I don’t know how

Saying these things means you are comfortable with the way things are, and you will never have what you want. Stop it!!

Step 2: Get healthy from the inside
– If you can’t lose weight, it’s probably because of more than inaction, limiting beliefs and falling off the bandwagon. Your body needs to be running efficiently BEFORE it can effectively process nutrition and burn fat for energy!

If you have 10-15 pounds or more to lose, start with a healthy cleanse and detox and you WILL lose weight at the same time, and keep burning fat thereafter!

Step 3: Don’t Starve
Eat sensibly throughout the day to stabilize blood sugar, keep metabolism running high, and feed your muscles. Losing fat doesn’t come from starving. Starving means you’re losing muscle… and muscle is what you need to burn fat! Always have the right protein snacks on hand and eat small every 3-4 hours.

Step 4: Be more active
– Staying fit doesn’t mean you have to run 10 miles each day and spend 3 hours in the gym.  Just become more active. Take the stairs, walk faster, run or jog instead of walk. Do impromptu exercises when you have 15 minutes, etc. This is the plan I follow to keep abs year round.

Step 5: Follow the plan
– People don’t stick to a plan because they get impatient and they get inside their own heads. Then they allow themselves to stray from their commitment. Who is holding you accountable? If you don’t want it bad enough, you aren’t going to stick with it unless you have someone pushing you. I know that helps me with all of my goals.

Commit to it, to get to it, and I will make sure you have success.

I’m offering a Free 30 minute nutritional consult call to answer your questions for those serious enough to make these steps a way of life.

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