Friday, November 20, 2009

Thanksgiving Week Fat Loss

Happy Thanksgiving week to my American friends.
 
This week, I'm giving you a new bodyweight workout program that you can do WITHOUT any equipment.
 
Anytime, anywhere. 

Perfect for the holiday season.
 
 
Plus, you'll get...
 
- The 300 Abs Workout (Intermediate level)
- Surprising research on how money can motivate you to transform your body
- The TRUTH about fish oil and fat loss
- The best blender to use for making smoothies
- A powerful, motivational, and inspirational quote from Lance Armstrong 
 
Have a great week,
 
Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS
 
PS - Don't forget...
 
...if you "fall off the wagon", just cut your losses and move on. 
 
Don't dwell on nutrition mistakes. It's not that big of a deal.
 
But if you want to prepare in advance to avoid blowing your diet, check out these amazing vegetarian holiday recipes:
 
 
Hurry, they are only available until Wednesday, Nov 25th!

2 comments:

Brian said...

Hi Craig,

this is a bit off topic, but your input would be greatly appreciated. For building muscle, do you eat a slight surplus of calories over maintenance to get some muscle growth? - i know you gained muscle fasting once a week - were you in a slight calorie surplus the other days of the week?(probably hard to know unless you were strictly counting calories)
I know Brad Pilon/John Barban state that calorie surplus does not enhance muslce growth also the guys that trained the '300' movie actors/stuntman state on their website (gymjones.com - click the knowledge link and scroll down to the '300' link if your interested) that all the actors followed a calorie restricted diet while training like madmen to get their results.
I was just curious to get another experts veiwpoint as everywhere else you turn they tell you to eat a surplus over your maintenance level to gain muscle

Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS said...

Yes, I ate more on other days. I think you are mis-quoting Brad and John.

craig