The cost of being lean: what are you willing to do?

Do you have what it takes to be lean?

My reason for posting this infographic should come as no surprise.  Many people are convinced they want to achieve a particular physique goal but generally they have no idea the sacrifices and planning needed to achieve the body of their dreams.  It’s very easy to set out on a goal, and it’s also pretty simple to move from one level to the next, but in order to get super lean, or even close to it, requires more than most people are willing to give. There’s a reason why very few will build a lean cover model body, because the work, effort and dedication required will take a lot out of you.  Hopefully this infographic will be an eye opener for those on the road to Lean!  I try to explain these points as best as I can when working with my clients or while in consultations, but I think the picture really does it justice.

As many of you know, I’m a Precision Nutrition Coach, and the following infographic was taken from the Precision Nutrition website and if you click on this link, you will be taken to the original article:

The Cost of Getting Lean: Is it really worth the trade off?


Cost Of Being Lean


Head over to the Precision Nutrition website to check out the original article as there is a lot more information included alongside the infographic that a lot of you will find very useful.  I hope this has done a good job of outlining why the road to being lean should be a gradual one that involves small changes in habit rather than an all out assault. The road to lean is not an impossible one, it just takes a little more then you think.

Until next time…

By |2019-12-04T14:47:25+00:00October 10th, 2015|Categories: Guest Writer|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

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Own Your Fitness is a premier Personal Training and Nutritional Consultancy. Mish started his training life obese, out of shape and very unfit. Fast forward to the present day and several years of education later, he's here to provide you with an unparalleled service in the most advanced areas of training, nutrition and supplementation.
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