6-pack abs part2, Nutrition

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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. I show you 8 very healthy meals that you can make in 3 minutes or less.

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.

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Nutrition is key to losing fat 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:


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Chad Woodruff says:

Thank you Scooby

Lee Davison says:

I really like that apron and with your shirt off the best way to do it in the kitchen so stay topless ok.

KNSM says:

Jidejunior favourite playlist??

Sam Howl says:

Scooby: definitely nothing fried.

Also Scooby: refried beans

WhillieMan23 says:

Whoa…10 years… fuck I’m old

tim gradeen says:

The pec chef!

Stalast says:

le chicken is ready

Em Zi says:

This video is not only bad advice, it's DANGEROUS advice. Less than 10% of fats in your diet? Fats are crucial for hormone production. No wonder you had to start TRT.
Videos like these should be deleted from Youtube. It's sad that this has over million views.

Nasir Miah says:

1:20 fucking idiot

presjo says:

tv dinners, canned meat and chillli, sugar water. but avoid egg yolks? dude, get some education

Yankov says:

Isnt that way too unhealthy? Eating only frozen food and cans…?

Rudy Cooper says:

No fat was consumed that day, lol

Aaron9 says:

Why the cooking apron why why why

AllBrushed Models says:

is skim milk, non fat?

R.B. says:

Hah! You eat Weetbix? That's awesome.

oboe0007 says:

Scooby kicks ass, keep up the good work

useronoma says:

Hi Scooby. I see you emphasize a lot on the importance of small frequent meals in the fat loss process. What about IF though and the notion that meal frequency isn't (very) important when it comes to burning fat, since it's first and foremost about optimum food choices, total calories, proper macronutrient distribution etc and meal frequency is way down on the list. And of course there are several studies that support this. Now I'm not supporting this in any way, I'm quite skeptical actually. What's your expert opinion on the matter? Is it absolutely necessary when it comes to getting ripped?

bjjsalzberry13 says:

WTF is up with that cooking apron Scooby??? I can't watch… just kidding, good stuff as always. I use your web page for a lot of info.

bjjsalzberry13 says:

WTF is up with that cooking apron Scooby??? I can't watch… just kidding, good stuff as always. I use your web page for a lot of info.

Tyler Costley says:

I eat twice a day since there isn't a lot of food in my house, so I eat about 400-600 calories in the morning when I wake up, and about 1000-1400 for dinner.

TheMdub27 says:

Eating fat does not make you fat it's an old belief. Research and try it for yourself. Coconut oil raw milk advocatos olive oil. Egg yolks, These won't make you fat as long as they are organic

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