Not getting enough protein? Scary!

Hey Fit & Fabs! Scary is not getting enough protein after your muscle-building weight training. Scary is putting in all that sweat and hard work and not getting muscle popping results. Are you working out and still not seeing the muscle tone you desire?! You could be protein deficient.
Read ON!
 7 Reasons Why You’re Not Seeing Results!
1.) Not getting enough protein. Protein is the building block for muscles; if you’re not getting enough of it, you will not increase muscle mass and you may lose your hair. Scary!
2.) Not sleeping enough. During sleep, deep sleep, the body is able to repair and rebuild the muscle fibers that are broken down during exercise. Sleep is a building block for muscle. 
3.) Consuming too much alcohol.
4.) Not increasing weight and reps, ever.
5.) Skipping workouts and not making them up. 
6.) Lack of muscle confusion (aka doing the same thing over and over).
7.) Lack of a progressive planned periodzation program.
Stop wondering around the gym aimlessly and hire a Fitness Pro to help you achieve the body you dream of and build the muscle you’re lacking.  It’s really not scary. It’s science. You can do it!  

Check out this article by the New York Times!

-Kathy Dolan 

Kathy Dolan, ACE Fitness Pro, Health Coach, Personal Trainer, Yoga Instructor, is a self-employed business owner. You will find her teaching and training on the Class It Up Virtual Studio and writing health and fitness programs for clients of all ages. She enjoys spending time with her three kids whether it’s in the mountains or on the seashore. 
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