Jennifer Nicole Lee Fitness Tips

jennifer nicole lee fitness tips

Jennifer Nicole Lee Fitness Tips

Think a great body is unattainable for the average woman, think again. You too can look like a fitness model especially if you follow Jennifer Nicole Lee’s fitness tips.

Jennifer was born in Rochester, New York to Italian immigrants. Although she had some weight issues before, after Jen had two kids she gained a huge amount of weight (weighing in at over 200 lbs!).

When she saw a picture of herself following the pregnancy, she knew something had to change.

With hard work, determination and a proper diet she was on track to loosing 70lbs and for the first time ever made a goal to look as good as a fitness model!

It just goes to show that anyone can attain a hot body with a few tricks of the trade, so let’s read on to see what tips she has for your diet and fitness plan.

Jennifer Nicole Lee Fitness Tips Revealed:

  • Make sure to get in at least 30 mins every other day of both aerobic (cardio) and anaerobic (strength training) exercise.
  • Set goals for yourself and reward yourself with something healthy; a massage, pedicure, healthy dessert.
  • To ensure your motivation stays up use visualization of where you would like to be, rather than focusing on where you are now. A negative mindset will only get you down and you will be more likely to reach for those Oreos, whereas a positive mindset will create a series of cataclysmic changes to your willpower which will make the difference between success and failure.
  • Avoid overeating especially at night. The best way to do this is to make sure you eat a meal that is high in protein or include a protein shake like Optimum 100% Natural Whey which is made of natural ingredients.
  • Eat 3 small meals throughout the day plus two healthy snacks such as the protein shakes, this prevents binging and metabolic slow down.
  • Stay away from simple sugars and processed foods, they contain little fiber and leave you feeling hungry.  Focus on high fiber foods, check out High Fiber Diets – The Real Truth to get a good grasp of foods that are high in fiber.
  • Drink plenty of water, it helps you feel full and allows your body to expel the chemicals that accumulate from our foods and environment.

Jennifer Nicole Lee Fitness Tips – How to stock your Pantry

  • Put healthy foods at eye level, a very effective marketing tactic you can use for your entire family. It easily makes you choose healthy foods, so you do not even give yourself the option of desiring “junk” foods.
  • Leave pictures of inspiration of what type of body you want. This is called visualization and helps you visualize your goal. This should help push you through more intense workouts and to choose better and more wholesome foods.
  • Vitamin B: Good for your brain and nervous system. When you workout you are putting physical stress on your body, not to mention all of our other daily stress factors and Vitamin B-12 helps combat the negative effects of these stress factors.  A fantastic option which will get you enough Vitamin B plus all your other essentials is Optimum Opti-Women
  • Every Sunday put together portions for snacks and food prep. This allows you to be able to grab and go. It is more likely that you want something fast and easy that satisfies, if it’s healthy that’s half your battle.
  • Set yourself up for success: always have lots of fruit and veggies on hand. They are high in fiber and water content and low on calories.
  • Include protein & fiber with each meal so that you are more satisfied.

Some of Jen’s Favourite Power Foods:

  • Tuna (a great source of protein, low in calories).
  • Protein bars like Supreme Protein Carb Conscious Bars
  • Flax Seed (omega-3 fat [ALA], fiber {soluble and insoluble}, antioxidants etc). Try the Organic Food Bar Omega-3 Flax Bar
  • Coconut Milk and Virgin Coconut Oil (good for replacing electrolytes lost through exercise, and great for skin and hair). Try: Nutiva Organic Extra-Virgin Coconut Oil.
  • Wheat germ (lots of fiber and protein, complete source of minerals and vitamins).
  • Organic Honey (antioxidant, treats ailments, good sweetener choice).
  • Grain Cereals (prevents your insulin levels from spiking, also a great source of fiber and energy).
  • Nuts or Nut Butters: (eat in small portions) almonds, walnuts and peanuts. They are good for your heart and help with weight-loss.

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