Shawn Reece-Smith LIVE update member page

Hello Shawn (You are the female ME :D)

This is your LIVE update member page. Anything that we discuss or create, will end up here. It’s the only place you’ll ever have to go.

Let’s get right into it @ your plan!

 

Your physical goal = To shred your stomach, triceps, back and inner thighs

But before we get into the workout routine that’ll ‘trigger’ those results. Let me introduce you to the Tailored Daily Exercise video.

 

These videos are created for you specifically. It’s where I talk to YOU directly.

They are short 2-3 minute videos, that include exercises that will hit your ‘discussed’ body parts.

Why do we do them?

1) To boost the speed of results

2)To keep you on the fit wagon when times get tough and you can’t get full workouts done, for whatever reason

You’ll do them first thing in the morning, or before you go to bed. It’ll only take 10 minutes every time.

The exercises, reps and sets are as follows…

– Laying tricep extensions 2 x 12 reps (You can use your resistance bands for this… Simply lay on the band. This variation was chosen, to prevent extra pressure going to your shoulders. Which may happen with some other exercise variations)

– Push up, burpee, jump 2 x 10 reps (This exercise is all about total body fat loss. But you don’t have to do the push up, if your shoulders give you problems)

– A high level variation of the bicycles exercise 2 x 7 reps each leg

– Wide stance squat 2 x 8 reps

Your official routine

The S-curve bodyweight circuit is the ultimate routine for your current goal.

Simply follow the instructions on the page.

>> The official S-curve bodyweight circuit <<

These routines last 4-6 weeks. We usually change the routine every 4-6 weeks to outpace the rate at which your body adapts to change. That’s one part of the S-curve formula that speeds up results.

Your body should shred, without shrinking your butt, by doing a routine like this. ‘Cardio’, especially slow-go cardio shrinks your butt and isn’t much of a results booster.

Your nutrition plan

Your S-curve meal structure is slightly different, since you’ll be working out in the mornings.

 

Breakfast (Early morning/Pre workout)

Carbs (Fast digesting) = Fruit

Protein (Fast digesting) = Whey protein

 

Post workout

Carbs (Fast digesting) = Fruit Protein

(Fast digesting) = Whey protein

 

Breakfast ‘meal’ (Approx 1-2 hours later)

Carbs (Fast & slow digesting) = Granola/Apple

Protein (Fast & slow digesting) = Egg white

Fats (Mono/poly-saturated) = Yolk from eggs

 

Lunch

Protein (Slow digesting) = Salmon

Fat (Mono/poly-saturated) = Avocados

Fibrous carbs = Asparagus

Slow carbs (Optional) = Brown bread

 

Dinner

Protein (Slow digesting) = Chicken breast

Carbs (Slow digesting) = Brown rice

Fibrous carbs = Broccoli

 

Late night munchies

Casein (This works best, as it’ll prepare your body for the morning workouts) or any high protein/low carb food.

 

Important notes

– We don’t focus on calories or grams at all at this stage. Simply eat until you feel content. Food types are more important. The workouts will govern how hungry you’ll get. Hence…

– No fruits at night

> Here’s some S-curve meals to play around with <

The goal, is to get you used to the S-curve meal structure. It’s all about using those meals to create ideas for your own meals. We’ll dig deeper into the ‘food’ a little later on.

 

This video is the S-curve meal structure explained, via a live food shopping trip

Future updates will appear below.

Everything that you see above, is the foundation. The future updates that appear below, will come from the things that we talk about together on FB messenger.

This is also the $300 a month results phase. Everything that we do there, is happening during this foundation month.

Everything is new for both of us at this stage. So let’s get to work.

 

 

Oh… And keep this page private. No one can see it, unless you show it to them.

 

July 12th update

A food list for on the road S-curve munchies

Nutrient dense… Spikey fruit, high ‘good fat’ foods and foods that are high in protein or carbs… That don’t get squashed and crushed easily. And don’t become stale as they become warm.

– Apricots

– Raisins

– Peaches

– Prunes

– Oranges

– Goji berries

– Walnuts, pecan nuts, pistachio nuts

– Avocados (Works well as a bread spread)

– Casein powder (Mix it when you’re ready to consume)

– Ezekiel brown bread (Or any bread that is high in fiber)

 

July 18th update

Shawn…

Keeping an eye on the ‘fat’ grams on food labels

Counting grams and calories… We won’t be doing that, yet.

That happens a little later, when we start experiencing ‘hard to achieve’ results (The grind stage).

But watch your total daily fat grams. We want to keep it at 40 grams daily right now. And to be consumed at breakfast and lunch ONLY! 

No ‘exact’ counting. Just gauge the amounts, by reading the ingredients on the food labels. And add them up as a total.

 

Carb tapering

This is a results phase month. It’s the most important month of all. Sooo…

We’re going to step it up a gear, by eating half the amount of potatoes/rice/pasta that you usually would do at dinner time.

 

TDE video

You’ve just got through your first week. So everything is new to you. I KNOW how this feels for you right now. But one thing we must focus on this week. Is doing the TDE video above, every morning OR night without fail. It’s a results booster. ESPECIALLY at this stage.

 

Craving carbs in the evening?

It’s only like that… As that’s what you’ve made your body get used to, until now.

Eating evening carbs (Slow digesting – To close to bed time /Fast digesting – Any time in the evening), over time, is why there’s an excess fat gain. A gradual switch to the S-curve meal structure above, will make that go away.

The easiest thing to switch to, is whey, casein or fresh crispy greens/veggies for evening and night time munchies. 

Casein is the best – This will change everything actually… Because you’re satisfying your ‘taste’ crave. But instead, you’re consuming nutrient dense protein, instead of fat gaining carbs! 

But start small… To find > what flavor you like. Your fave milkshake… Go with a flavor similar to that!