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Resolution: Lose Weight And Get In Shape!


Weight Loss Tip: A simple step you can take to help you lose weight is to increase how much water you are drinking. Water keeps you from being dehydrated and thirsty. Sometimes people can confuse thirst with hunger, so drinking enough water will eliminate that issue. Drinking water can also suppress your appetite.

Get in Shape! A great new years resolution.

People spend hundreds of millions of dollars buying gym memberships and fitness equipment this time of year in preparation for their new years resolutions but you dont have to. Getting in shape doesnt require money, just knowledge and dedication and this video will put you on the road to fitness.

In this video I will show you how to achieve your new years resolution of losing weight and getting stronger with a simple 30 minute home workout. This video assumes that you have no experience with fitness or weightlifting so dont worry, we are not going to use any intimidating equipment. You will feel better and have more energy after your very first workout!

OK, now for our workout, there are only three exercises – crunches for abs, pushups for chest, shoulders and triceps, and pullups for lats and biceps. And dont worry, if you cant do a single pushup or pullup I will show you how you can get started and build up your strength. This workout is for everyone, no matter how out of shape you are. You probably did these three exercises back in PE as a kid, but I’m going to show you how to do them correctly so you dont get injured.

On Monday/Wednesday/Friday do 15 minutes of cardio and this 15 minute workout. On the other four days of the week, do 30 minutes of cardio.

Here are some in-depth videos if you want more information on any of the following subjects:

Pushups:

Chest Workout: Pushups for the Complete Beginner

http://scoobysworkshop.com/chest-exercises/ In my opinion, pushups are the #1 best exercise you can do! They are simple to do and are a great upper body workout for the complete beginner or the advanced bodybuilder. You can get a complete upper body workout by combining these pushups with crunches and pullups, all of which can be done easily at home.

Pullups:

Home lat workout, assisted pullups exercises for beginners

Pullups are the all-around best exercise for lats but it takes a lot of strength to do them, a catch-22 of sorts. This video clip shows three ways you can do assisted pullups until you are strong enough to do them on your own.

Crunches:

Home ab workout: crunch exercise for 6-pack abs

http://scoobysworkshop.com/abdominal-exercises/ Don’t let the TV ads convince you to buy some bulky contraption that will gather dust in your closet, crunches are safe and effective! This video clip shows how to do crunches with varying degrees of difficulty based on your ability. Remember that ab exercises alone will not give you abs!

Getting 6-pack abs:

6 pack abs fast!

There is no such thing as “6-pack abs fast”. You cant buy 6-pack abs from an infomercial or get them from a bottle. Getting 6-pack abs is simple but takes alot of work – eat less and exercise more. This video shows you how to do both.

6-pack abs part2, Nutrition

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PF5yTLzWyBU There is no such thing as “6-pack abs fast”. You cant buy 6-pack abs from an infomercial or get them from a bottle. Getting 6-pack abs is simple but takes alot of work – eat less and exercise more. This video goes into depth on nutrition for muscle gain and weight loss.

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Scooby’s Home Workouts

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For more information on home workouts, please see my free website (no advertising either):

Scooby’s Workshop | Home Fitness & Bodybuilding Workouts

This website is for those who want to look great and feel great. Anyone can be healthier, have more energy, sleep better, and feel better about themselves through bodybuilding. Bodybuilding doesn’t have to be expensive or take a lot of time. My focus here is on workouts the natural bodybuilder can do at home with inexpensive equipment.

Nutrition is key to losing weight and getting 6-pack abs! I cover nutrition on my website, if thats not detailed enough for you I have reviewed and recommended some excellent books:

Book Recommendations – Scooby’s Home Workouts

The whole reason for this free website and my free YouTube videos is to show people how they can get in great shape by gaining muscle and losing fat without spending a dime so I am very cautious about recommending that people buy anything.

Anyone can be healthier, have more energy, sleep better, and feel better about themselves through bodybuilding. Bodybuilding doesn’t have to be expensive or take a lot of time, gyms are great but home workouts can save you time and money. A cheap dumbbell set from a garage sale or walmart is all it takes to get started with your home workouts.

For more information on home workouts, please see my free website (no advertising either):

Scooby’s Workshop | Home Fitness & Bodybuilding Workouts

This website is for those who want to look great and feel great. Anyone can be healthier, have more energy, sleep better, and feel better about themselves through bodybuilding. Bodybuilding doesn’t have to be expensive or take a lot of time. My focus here is on workouts the natural bodybuilder can do at home with inexpensive equipment.

Limitation of Liability: Consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program! I am not a medical professional. It is your responsibility to critically evaluate this information and with the help of your physician decide if it is appropriate for you.
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  1. The skimmed milk will be just fine. Remember: Your body needs SOME fat to
    function properly. If refried beans aren’t available you can also use
    canned or dry ones.

  2. I’ll copy/paste some of the other stuff from my message. The frozen
    vegetables I’m using right now are a mix of broccoli, cauliflower, carrots
    and peas (I can tell you had something quite different), I have to add some
    water to them when I microwave them. Would you say these are fine? Can
    anyone suggest what I should use in place of refried beans? Be specific if
    you can. Scooby, if you can answer these, please let me know what you
    think. But it’s a hassle to paste my email in bits here.

  3. hey scooby, although i think i may have asked before, i’m an model/actor
    i’m going to go audition for agencies and clients heavily. i don’t work so
    i have all day to work out. could you recommend a 2 week intense boot camp
    style work out? thanks, i’m your biggest fan.

  4. Erm, canned or dry ones, as I said above. Keep in mind that the meals
    Scooby posted are not a complete diet, but just general ideas, so don’t
    make getting refried beans a matter of life and death. The basic guideline
    is: Choose food that is high in volume and low in energy while making sure
    your nutrition is balanced.

  5. I’ll copy/paste the rest of my email now I guess as there’s a few things
    left. I was thinking about going for a jog every morning from now on to
    work on my cv and then doing my crunches, pushups and pullups (although
    I’ll need to find somewhere to do this, don’t have a bar anywhere around
    the house, might get a doorframe one for this) afterwards, so would you
    suggest to do this before or after breakfast?

  6. Or should I workout later in the day nearer dinner (or the protein shake)?
    Could I still do my morning jog? (I think I’ll be only really able to do
    the workout at morning or evening) Also, how long should I do this regime
    before moving back onto weights and so on?

  7. Just a couple more bits. The low fat TV dinner to be used, should it have
    meat (as well as lots of vegetables) in it for protein? And I could eat the
    chilli heat up as a meal too, right? I want to say a big thanks for the
    videos, you have really inspired me to get back into working out and
    getting fit again so I’m going to start right back at beginner and work my
    way back to fitness and improve myself. Your videos are really informative
    and funny, I look forward to your future videos.

  8. Can chicken be used in place of salmon sometimes? That’s pretty much all my
    email now (with slight edits). I just thought of something else, how about
    noodles? Can they be fit in as a meal? And to replace refried beans, will I
    just use kidney beans or something? Or can anyone suggest something better
    for it (Don’t different beans have different properties?)? :)

  9. Comments are now disabled. If you have questions or comments about getting
    6-pack abs, please visit the free AskScooby forum where you can get answers
    24/7. There is a board specifically for weight loss and 6-pack abs.