Ive said it many times, but exercise and nutrition cant really successfully co-exist without each other. They share a connection that means you need both of them to be in harmony to get the best from each of them.
Over the coming weeks, the food youre going to eat, and the exercises you do, are going to be intrinsically linked. They have to be to ensure you finish this plan feeling as good as youll look.
When it comes to building your meals and planning when to eat them to get the optimum benefit, youre going to have to invest a little time and effort.
I would recommend that you prepare the next 5 days worth of meals, using the information you worked out on Day #5.
Repeat the same meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner (with slight variations to hit your carb cycling macros). This will get your mind and body into the rhythm.
You can use an app like MyFitnessPal to design your meals, and you can get plenty of free ideas online which can be adapted to your individual needs.
Remember the old adage, fail to plan, plan to fail? It really comes into own here.
The importance in meal planning and food preparation cant be underestimated. It plays an important part in weight and fat loss, as well as muscle and mass gain. As well as giving you prepared nutritious meals, the benefits of meal planning and food prep means that:
If you need my help with this, or simply dont want to spend hours and hours of your time doing it, then drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will get you set up on the plan myself.