Program Duration: 18-20 weeks
Now transform yourself from skinny fat to lean and muscular with this well-researched, pre-planned program.
A Skinny-Fat Guy or a Girl is someone who has a Higher Body Fat Percentage and relatively Less Muscle Mass.
I was a classic example of a skinny fat person.
I was somewhere close to 26% body fat with a decent amount of lean muscle.
Here are some of the exact mistakes I made that resulted in me being Skinny-Fat:
Do you relate to any of these mistakes?
Mistake No #1: I decided to gain muscle even though my body fat was somewhere around 20%
When a guy whose body fat percentage is around that mark, is more predisposed to gaining even more fat when trying to gain lean muscle.
Let me explain.
You see, if you have a higher body fat percentage, you’ll have a higher insulin sensitivity.
What this does is you gain more fat than muscle when trying to bulk up.
Ultimately my body fat increased from 20% to 26% and I lost muscle mass in the process. 🙁
Mistake No #2: I ate close to 4,000 calories every day.
I had only one desire and that was to gain a lot of muscle. It was clear to me at that time that if you need to get big, you need to eat big, Period!
I convinced myself that I could cut down all the body fat down once I gained enough muscle (the typical bodybuilding way).
So I did. I didn’t count my calories (although I had a rough idea and it was close to 4,000). You’ll be even more surprised to know that I ate pretty clean.
I did have my cheat meals and used to drink socially at the time. But you see, your body doesn’t need so many calories to build lean muscle. It only requires marginally more than your maintenance!
The extra 1000-1200 calories that I ate accumulated as body fat. Yes, even eating extra healthy food can get deposited as belly fat, like it or not!
Mistake No #3: I was in the gym almost every day, busting my ass.
When it came to my workouts, I was in the gym almost every day. This, instead, resulted in me losing lean muscle instead of gaining them.
Muscles are built when you rest and recover. The simple fact was that I was overtraining.
Besides these mistakes, there are also some ‘Common Mistakes’ that people make that causes them to become Skinny-Fat:
-Do chronic cardio every day & Eat way less than your Maintenance calories. This strips away all your lean muscle. And when you get off your starvation diet, you gain all the weight back, mainly around the belly area. In 99% of cases, more weight (fat, not muscle) than what you have lost.
-Little or no weight training. This one is pretty obvious. No weight training = No Lean Muscle.
I created ‘Lean’ because I don’t want you to repeat the same mistakes I did and waste your Precious Years!
The FOCUS of this Course is BODY-RECOMPOSITION, i.e., target Belly Fat & Build Lean Muscle at the same time.
But you have to do so in a very intelligent manner, i.e., cycling through Three Different Phases over the course of 18 weeks.
Here’s what you’ll get with Lean- The Ultimate Skinny-Fat Solution Program:
3-Phase Lean Workout Plans
Each Phase, aka The Destroyer, The Preserver & The Booster phases are 6 weeks long! They all serve a unique purpose and are specifically designed to do just that.
You’ll be only working out with weights 3 times a week! No more!
Total time commitment with the Lean fitness routine is no more than 6 hours a week! That’s not even 5% of your entire week.
3-Phase Lean Calorie-Counted Weekly Nutrition & Diet Plans
Every meal, every calorie, counted for you! No Guesswork.
High Protein Meals, Low Carb Meals, Indian Meals, Mediterranean or Continental menus are all provided.
Are you a Non-Vegetarian and still prefer protein supplements? You are covered.
Are you a Vegetarian who prefers to work out without using protein supplements? Don’t worry, you are covered too!
Bonus-1: Lean-The Nutrition Guide
This nutrition guide contains more than 40 mouth-watering recipes, both main meals & snacks, most of which I personally cook and consume!
Further, exact steps on how to calculate your TDEE, nutritional tips, supplementation guidelines, and a shopping list are all included in this guide.
Bonus 2: Lean-Tracker Sheets
Daily Meal Tracker, Weekly Goals Tracker and Goal Analysis Sheets etc., are given to keep you accountable and motivated throughout the program.
Bonus 3: Unlimited Access to Premium Content At No Extra Cost To You for Next 12 Months
I am obsessed with progression. Be it my physique, my mind or my programs/courses. As I create more content for LEAN it will be automatically added to your account completely at NO cost to you.
Think about this…..
Just ONE session with a personal trainer will set your wallet back by ($25-$75) depending upon where in the world you reside!
Train with him/her for just 3 months (3 times a week) and you are looking at a bill of $1000 or more.
Lean will only cost you $37 for Lifetime Access! That’s just $2/week.
Yes, just $2 a week!
For a program that is a result of my ‘over a decade’ of research through trials and errors and by spending thousands of dollars on the best certifications, scientific books and journals, and then relentlessly applying the strategies, tools and philosophies on myself and hundreds of the clients, I trained both at my health club and otherwise ……
Why Am I literally giving it away for so cheap? My Answer is real simple….
My Mission is to reach out to millions of people and help them save time, effort & their hard-earned money from misinformation.
I just don’t want them to make the same mistakes I made.
I want everyone reading this to be able to afford it comfortably.
Building your ‘Fabulous’ Physique doesn’t have to be expensive.
Give Lean a try for 15 Days and see if it works for you or not.
Your Friend & Coach,
Section 1: Introduction
TRAINING: Getting Started
LEAN: Workout Plans
LEAN: Diet Plans
BONUSES & Resources
Founder, Fabulous Body
Akash is a Holistic Health Practitioner and Board-Certified by the American Alternative Medical Association (AAMA). He is a professional member of the American Holistic Health Association (AHHA) & American Nutrition Association (ANA).
Akash holds two certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)—Certified Personal Trainer and Performance Enhancement Specialist. He is also a Yoga Alliance Teacher (E-RYT 200) and has over 1000 teaching hours under his belt!
He is a creator of 25+ programs and certificate courses in which more than 200,000 students have enrolled both on Udemy and Fabulous Body's native platform.
Akash is also an author of three books that can be found on Amazon. His answers on Quora have gathered more than 12 million views in less than a year.
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Do I need to join a gym in order to start with the program Lean?
Yes. Weight Training is the most efficient way to build muscle and lose fat. However, if you have a home gym, you would need the following equipment: A pair of dumbbells heavy enough for you to stay within the rep range of 5-10. A barbell, free weights and a multi-incline bench. A power rack (ideal for your safety when you are performing squats or benching.) If you don't have access to a gym or these equipment at home, then I highly recommend you try out my [0-20] Fat-Loss Transformation program, which only requires a set of dumbbells.
The recommended weight session per week is limited to 3 times, can’t I workout more than 3 times a week?
I strongly believe that Weight training 3 times a week is the optimal frequency one should go for and I advise you to stick to it for great results. However, if you are conditioned by conventional wisdom to train 5-6 times a week, I don't blame you. Now, the total volume of each body part, however, is even more important. For example, the total volume for shoulders is between 7—12 sets per week. For most people, this would be too less when compared with most common bodybuilding programs, which recommend something between 18—24 sets per week per body part. That's way too much! For people with average genetics and who are not on drugs or steroids, that's overtraining. That’s why people don't progress and that's one of the most fatal mistakes I made. However, the majority of your reading this have average genetics (like me) and are not on steroids/drugs and therefore, this volume and frequency will work wonders for you.
What kind of results can I expect from Lean?
The program 'Lean' is divided into phases. Each phase has a specific milestone for you to achieve. In the end, the idea is to go from a body fat percentage of ~20% to ~10% while building muscles. Doing so is not a straight line and will require some intelligent strategies and techniques in each phase. Results will depend upon your genetics (yeah, they do matter but not as much as you think), your focus and consistency throughout the program, besides a few other variables. An average fat loss of 1-1.5 lbs per week is a good target. Muscle gain is a bit slower, so you are looking at ~2 lbs /month. Beginners or intermediate trainees who haven't made any progress will gain muscles at a faster rate.
How many hours do I have to devote every week working-out with Lean?
Lean workout requires you to stay within 3-6 hours per week. There are 168 hours in a week, and as you can see that not even 5% of your week.
What do I do after I complete the program Lean?
Hey buddy, Fitness is a lifestyle. Sure, completing Lean will dramatically transform your physique. 18 weeks (4 months) is a long time! However, as you may have realized that I have 30+ courses on various wellness topics! If you would have noticed, I also help people get started on their wellness careers by providing Internationally Accredited Certificate Courses [CPD]. There are many other courses on weight loss, muscle building and improving your health. The best way is to enroll in the Membership program where you are only required to pay a nominal amount and you get unlimited access to a lot of courses and programs. Of course, you can cancel anytime! If you have doubts, do connect with me.
Will my expenses related to Nutrition & Diet go up once I am on Lean?
The Lean diet plans consist mostly of whole foods and nothing too expensive. All the ingredients can easily be procured from your local grocery store. Since the focus will be on eating whole meals most of the time, you will probably save costs by not eating out too much and before the program ends, that behavior may even compensate for more than the cost of this entire program!
Do I have to consume supplements?
As always, the use of supplements (whey proteins, multivitamins, fish oils etc.) is to fulfill the deficiency in your diet. It varies from person to person. Therefore I have given diet plans, both non-vegetarian and vegetarian, with or without the use of supplements. The use of supplements also acts as a major convenience. Personally, I consume whey protein not because I cannot get enough protein from my diet but because it satisfies my sweet cravings and is hugely helpful when I am extremely busy. Well, aren't we all?
Akash, can’t I just find this information FREE online somewhere?
No. My business model is simple: 95% content for FREE and 5% content for a Premium. Lean is Premium content. You may find fragments of what I provide in Lean elsewhere or even on my blog, but nowhere will you get a Step-by-Step, Specific and Concise system to achieve a lean physique.
What happens after I order?
After your payment has gone through, you will get access to your dashboard, where you will be able to access your course. At the same time, you will also get an opt-in email if you want information-packed emails that will help you keep on track with the Lean program.
Can I pursue Lean if I have any health concerns?
If you think you have medical concerns like certain past injuries/surgeries etc., then you should consult your physician before starting any fitness program. I am not a doctor and cannot guide you when it comes to giving medical advice.
Are there any refunds?
The Lean system will 100% work for you if you remain dedicated and focused throughout the program. However, for any reason you think it’s not working out for you, Lean is backed up by a 15-Day No Questions-asked Money-Back Guarantee, although I would hate to see you go :(