Getting a fab body is hard work. Maintaining it is HARDER.

  1. 100% Exercise and 100% Nutrition. Don’t go stingy on either!
  2. Spend on your supplements – not on junk food, alcohol or cigarettes!
  3. Don’t try to be an ‘internet-dietitian’! Consult a qualified sports nutritionist.
  4. Come rain or shine – maintain your diet pattern. Tell yourself: going back to your old lifestyle and your old body is not an option.
  5. Strengthen yourself (don’t stress) with a strong disciplined lifestyle. Most importantly, smile and be happy!


  1. November 13, 2010, 7:44 PM   /  Reply

    Thank u

  2. November 13, 2010, 7:52 PM   /  Reply

    Actually even 6-8 glasses (1.2-1.6 litres) would be too less.
    When you consume 90-120gm protein, you would need at least 4-5 litres of water. Higher protein intakes of 150gm and more will need intake of 6-8 litres distributed throughout the day.

  3. November 13, 2010, 7:53 PM   /  Reply

    True. They consist of various sub-fractions like beta-lactoglobulin, alpha-lactalbumin, lactoferrin, glyco-macropeptides and immunoglobulins…

  4. November 13, 2010, 7:55 PM   /  Reply

    Whey has tremendous health benefits beyond just building muscles!

  5. November 13, 2010, 7:57 PM   /  Reply

    Whey is the lightest protein. Ease of digestibility will depend on the purity, mixability & ease of absorption and degree of hydrolysis of the whey protein.

  6. November 13, 2010, 7:58 PM   /  Reply

    A Whey isolate is defined by the absence of lactose (zero or negligible quantity). Protein % can however vary depending on the flavouring and other add-ons.

  7. Rahul
    July 23, 2011, 8:34 PM   /  Reply

    While i agree with what you stay, I think eating tasty and rich is as important as eating healthy…for me at least. I have a regular workout regime, i take my supplements and I eat rich food too. I still lost 11 KGS in 2 months.

    I cant eat salads and boring food all the time. I personally feel, its not worth having an extra two packs on the abs. But thats just me. I try to keep a balance between rich tasty food and food that has high nutritional value.

    Can you make any suggestions for tasty and nutritional food. Please consider that I have tried everything from skimmed milk to skimmed milk paneer, and other horrible tasting “nutritional” options. Are there any more realistic options on the Indian menu, that are easy to cook and tasty at the same time?

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