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Achieving a Lean Body is Possible for Everyone

Achieving a lean and healthy body is possible for everyone. Do you believe that? We have the ability to do what it takes to make it happen. It doesn't cost lots of money, require anything special, not even a gym membership. We can reach our fitness goals by choosing a healthy lifestyle. Daily choices determine what your body will look and feel like.

Consistency with eating right, exercise, plenty of rest, water and decreased stress will help create the body we want. It starts with our grocery lists and foods we buy to maintain a healthy body. If you're consuming processed foods, lots of sugar, and an abundance of saturated fats, then you will most certainly not reach your fitness goals. Living a sedentary lifestyle absence of exercise also contributes to being unhealthy.

We tend to overcomplicate fitness. It really is as simple as food intake and exercise, but many of us refuse to change this basic part of living. As long as we are consistent with healthy habits, we will be healthy. I am referring to the majority of us not suffering from medical conditions out of our control. Still with me?

You can lean up naturally by purchasing healthy foods and eating at home most of the time. Being in control of your food purchases enables you to know what you're eating. You will also be pleasantly surprised with the amount of money saved from not dining out. Eating healthy 80 percent of the time will result in reduced body fat and being able to see muscle definition. Reducing alcohol consumption to no more than 1 to 2 times per week will make this happen even faster. Drinking plenty of water also speeds up the process.

No gym membership required to get up and move that body! You can even start burning extra calories by taking a brisk walk for 30 minutes several times per week. Add in a few push-ups, squats, crunches and stretching to create an at home program to build muscle. Achieving a lean body is not complicated or expensive. It's our daily choices and actions that control what we look like inside and out. We all have the ability, but the choice is always up to each of us.

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