How to gain lean muscle

After loosing weight, you might wanna get some lean muscle and you always tend to get a toned body as well as a flat stomach, so you might wanna get some easy tips before starting your routine and a journey that will absolutely end with a beautiful goal that you always wanted to reach.


Want to lose fat and gain lean muscle? here are some tips! 🙂

1. Train with challenging weights in the six to 12 rep range

Adding lean muscle (called hypertrophy) is achieved with challenging weights in the rep range of six. Hypertrophy is the process of increasing the number of cells within an organ or tissue (such as muscle tissue), thereby increasing its overall size. If you train with higher reps you surpass this stage and train your muscles for endurance rather than lean muscle 

2. Train at least three times a week with weights

Muscle growth occurs through adaptation. You need to stress the muscles often enough to elicit the adaptation response. The muscle gets stronger and bigger, due to the stress placed upon it. Training also needs to be challenging but don’t forget to get some rest days in order to let your muscle grow in a healthy way without any damage.

3. Eat plenty of protein

Protein is the building block of muscle tissue (among many other tissues in the body). When you are training hard you need to ensure you are getting enough protein to aid with recovery and repair of your muscle cells in order to achieve hypertrophy. 

4. Reduce your intake of carbohydrates but don’t eliminate them 

You can’t burn fat in the presence of insulin and every time you ingest sugars or carbohydrates, your body releases insulin. Yet carbohydrates are beneficial for brain fuel and your body’s preferred energy source, as well as for muscle recovery – so don’t eliminate them even. The best time to eat carbohydrates is around your training times – before, and especially after, a challenging workout.

5. Eat more veggies

Not only are veggies low in calories and packed with nutrients. i personally eat them after my workouts, of course baked with some olive oil to keep them moving and have a long side with it some meat or chicken and maybe a soup if you prefer!

6. Eat enough food

One of the biggest mistakes women make is not eating enough to fuel their body and assist with their fat loss and lean muscle gain goals. You need to eat regular meals packed with protein, some complex carbs, lots of vegies and some good fats. Starving yourself is only going to slow down your metabolism and see you gain weight long term, making it harder to get it off and keep it off.

7. Get enough rest and sleep

Many overlook the importance of sleep, but if you don’t get enough sleep you can’t function properly and this has two negative outcomes. The first is that you are unable to work to your full potential or hard enough in your training sessions. The second is that when you are tired, it messes with your hormones making it much harder to resist cravings. Resisting craving is very important in this point in order for you to avoid eating un-healthy food stuffed with un-necessary Calories.

8. Don’t overdo the cardio

If you want to lower your body fat and gain lean muscle too much cardio is counter-productive – especially the popular long, slow kind such as long distance running or cycling. Muscle wastage occurs when performing a lot of long duration cardio, so instead try 2-3 short, high intensity sessions and only add longer, more moderate sessions as a last resort. The aim should always be to do as little cardio as possible if body re-composition is your goal.

9.  Hide the scales

When you change your body recomposition for the better, you add lean muscle weight (while reducing fat weight) so you may not see a huge drop on the scale but you will definitely see it in the mirror and by how your clothes fit.

10. Be patient

Body recomposition takes time – 12 weeks is a great time frame. If you are looking for rapid ‘weight’ loss, you will find yourself losing precious muscle tissue instead of fat. But being patient is always the key to your results. if your upset because you didn’t find results in a short time span this will probably ruin your program and you may even stop, so give it a little time and trust me at the end you WILL be happy! 🙂










Worst Fast food items!

well can’t really deny that we all somehow enjoy fast food whenever, you’re hanging out with our friends, but I’m sure we all have the option of choosing. when you’re out dinning, take a second and look at the menu carefully, I’m sure you’ll find a healthy meal that contains the right amount of veggies and grilled food, you don’t have to go for the fried food right away! This will always lead to the healthy thinking and overall, you won’t end up overeating or feeling full and by Full i mean the kind of fullness that will make you unable to walk or perform your daily activities. However, on the bright side and I’m sure your all looking for this point which is AVOIDING gaining unwanted weight.

Now let’s all take a look at the food that containing a crazy number of calories and should be avoided under any circumstances. (unless it’s your cheat day or you have no other option)


  1. Dairy Queen Chicken Strips with Gravy -k
  1. chicken strips with gravy ( 1, 370 calories )

Fries and texas toast comes with, plus the gravy which is 110 calorie on it’s own, goes to show what’s really hidden in this simple fast-food meal


2. Hardee’s monster thick-burger ( 1,420 calories )

You got 2/3 pounds of beef along with multiple slices of bacon and cheese to form a heart-attack on a bun!


3- Large French fries ( 1, 464 calories )

A large order of fries is meant to be shared among multiple people, but this is still a ton of calories for one order. You’ll understand where those calories come from when they hand you the bag and it’s already soaked in grease


4-Pizza hut PANormous Meat lover’s pizza ( 1,470 calories )

It might be a personal pizza and appear fairly small but this mini pack is quite a punch. It’s bigger than the original personal pizza, and the five types of meat ( Ham, Sausage, pepperoni, bacon and hamburger)

5. KFC Variety box meal ( 1,680 calories )


This is what fried drumsticks, chicken strips popcorn chicken, two sides and a biscuit will give you, a coronary!

6.Mac’ Donald’s chicken and waffle McGriddle 


7. Burger king suicide burger


Meet the suicide burger! this aptly named sandwich from burger king features four patties, four slides of cheese, bacon and a special sauce

8. Burger king triple whopper with cheese   ( 1,520 Calories )


This twist on the iconic menu of burger king is stacked up with three meat patties! this thing will of course barely fit in your mouth, which is definitely a sign that it doesn’t belong to your mouth!

9. MacDonald’s big breakfast with hotcakes ( 1090 calories ) Image


As tasty as Mac’s breakfast can be, this over-sized breakfast contains eggs, sausages, pancakes, biscuits and a hash brown isn’t really worth the price that you pay in terms of calories and fats! you can easily make your healthy breakfast at home without paying money on the consumption of fats!

10. Taco bells nachos ( 980 calories)


These tortilla chips have been flooded with nachos cheese, beef, re-fried beans, and optional sauce which you choose to add! Trust me you never wanna try these! maybe once in a week if you feel like it!

These food are bad for your health as i mentioned before, but it wouldn’t kill if you crave them once in a while! BUT, especially remember that Mac’s breakfast isn’t always healthy just because they don’t cost much! try to keep your sight out if these type of food and think right, to achieve the Goal of a toned body that you’ve always dreamt of


I was surprised by this one, since these seem to be your typical chicken tenders. But I guess they’re including the fries and Texas toast it comes with, plus that gravy, which is 110 calories on its own. Goes to show what’s really hidden in a simple fast-food meal. – See more at:
I was surprised by this one, since these seem to be your typical chicken tenders. But I guess they’re including the fries and Texas toast it comes with, plus that gravy, which is 110 calories on its own. Goes to show what’s really hidden in a simple fast-food meal. – See more at: