Workout Meals

Current Meal Plan for Fat Loss & Lean Muscle Gains | ep.2 STRONGER



Hello beautiful souls! I know this video is LONG but it is SOO informative 🙂 you don’t want to miss it!

There is so much information out there in regards to WHAT you should / shouldn’t eat and when it really comes down to it , we should not over complicate things.

In this video we talk about WHY certain macro nutrients are VITAL for gaining lean muscle mass and losing body fat.

We also talk about what it means if you carry body fat in certain areas and how you should create a specific meal plan for yourself according to YOUR specific needs.

We also let you guys in on my current breakfast, pre workout, post workout meals & why it is structured that way to maximize body fat loss and also to recover optimally and feel overall ENERGIZED (plus ladies, you need this in order to make sure your hormones are balanced).

Let me know what you all think of the video! Comment below if you found it super informative 🙂

If it’s too long let me know as well! Haha

Here’s the full workout:

A1: Trap Bar Deadlift x 10-12 reps
A2: Lat Pull Down x 10-12 reps

B1: DB Alternating Lunges
B2: Seated Row (rope attachment) Row to neck

C1: Hamstring Curls (feet shoulder width) x 8 reps
C2: 60 degree Incline Bench Zottman Curl x 10-12 reps

D1: Back Extension (45 degree) x 10-12 reps
D2: Trícep Extensions (lying down as “skull crushers”) x 10-12 reps

By strength coach : @therealsource (on IG)

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My IG : @anettedelarosa 🙂

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9 Comments

  1. I literally prolonged watching this to ensure I could watch it all non stop! I remember when we spoke we both mentioned storing fat in our stomach area so I'm super glad this was super informative:)

  2. I’m a senior student in college and in the last 3 years I have gotten into working out and taking care of my body. I appreciate your videos because the information out there is exhausting, but you and your instructor give a lot of great advice. Working out isn’t actually my problem, but I’m not in the financial position to afford a lot of the foods you talk about, so getting the right nutrients from the right foods is difficult for me:)
    I do have to admit that I have a hard time approaching the salad bar in our school cafeteria.
    Do you have any advice for that?

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