Abs Are Made In The Kitchen
Well we have all heard the saying “abs are made in the kitchen”. I would say I am in pretty good shape. I eat healthy, train hard and overall, take good care of myself. I started doing The Cellulite Project again just to stay on track with healthy eating and eliminating processed food completely from my diet so I will feel energetic and strong. I know I do not need to lose weight and that is not my goal if that is what you are thinking. However, I am not going to lie. Even though I am a thin person, I would like to see some cuts and definition in my abs and arms. I believe “abs are made in the kitchen” . I have a very strong core, but my hard work in the gym is hidden by some junky food effects from earlier this summer. I will put this theory to the test 🙂 I will continue my daily workouts along with following The Cellulite Project over the next 22 days and then I will snap another photo to show my progress. This is a photo of me and my abs taken yesterday.
Posted on July 24, 2013, in The Cellulite Project, Uncategorized and tagged abdominals, abs, abs are made in the kitchen, before photo, burn fat, Cellulite, Cellulite Project, clean eating, Convenience food, Eating, Fat, food, Health, healthy eating, Human nutrition, processed food, running, Weight loss, weight train, whole foods. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.