Can I get in shape in 6 weeks?
YES. 6 weeks is a great bench mark to set regardless of your fitness level. Within 6 weeks you can definitely begin to notice change, physically in your body and mentally in how you see yourself.
This 6 week workout plan will get you started if you have stopped working out or will give you direction if you are looking for a new program to excel you to the next level.
What happens after 6 weeks of working out?
You keep going! Your training, your goals, your life of health and fitness does not end just because you finished your program and accomplished your goals.
You make new goals. You move to the next program to challenge you in a different way or go back through this 6 week workout plan again, with different goals, lifting heavier, staying in good form, focusing on your reps and getting stronger.
How can I tone up in 6 weeks?
This 6 week workout plan is going to give you everything you need to begin the process of strengthening and shaping your body, but it won’t happen unless you actually start.
We can’t spot treat the areas we want to lose fat and gain muscle, and that has nothing to do with my program or any program you do. Muscle and Fat are two separate types of tissues.
You build muscle through strength training and adequate amounts of protein, and you lose fat through consistency with nutrition and exercise.
How much fat can you lose in 6 weeks?
Following a healthy and sustainable nutrition plan, and by sustainable I mean your not on some crash course, counting points, eating one meal a day and working out everyday for hours to burn “more fat.”
You are taking perhaps a new approach, reducing some of the processed foods and sugars (and I didn’t say ALL of them), but really making nutritoinal choices that will allow you to CHANGE your course and stick with it long after your training program comes to an end.
Remember, “getting in shape” doesn’t start and stop with a designated time period. It’s an on going process that becomes part of who you are and want to become, therefore, losing weight quickly will NOT be your answer, it will actually be your enemy.
Take the approach a little at a time, setting small goals, and staying consistent. When it comes to weight less (fat loss) .5-1.0 pounds a week is realistic. So don’t set yourself up for fast and furious, that will only leave you exhausted and right back where you started.