Sometimes as females we imagine we have a monopoly on trying to coax our body into the ideal shape. I’m a regular gym go-er and I can attest that there are just as many guys chasing their dream body as girls!
The big difference I think, is females have had generations of diets and exercise programs tailor just for them. Everyone from Jane Fonda to Jennifer Anniston has had something to say about health and fitness for women.
Guys on the other hand, haven’t really had a big strong man giving them pointers on getting buff and lean.
I probably don’t need to remind you that men and women are very different when it comes to their daily calories and nutritional needs. Also the types of work and exercise men do can be heavier than that of the average girl.
So my point is, diet and exercise for men and women is different and needs to be approach as such. After all, there aren’t to many guys ready to try the “Zone Diet in the hope of achieving a Jennifer Aniston figure.
If I was a guy I’d want to look like Steve Willis, or Commando as he is known on “The Biggest Loser”. You can bet that if I did look like Steve Willis I probably wouldn’t even wear a shirt down to the shops! Luckily Commando has a few tips for guys on how to build the perfect body.
Steve’s brand is Get Commando Fit. He has released a book by this name and a 13 week online health and fitness program. The Get Commando Fit Cookbook compliments these programs but also works well as a stand alone healthy cookbook. It’s the perfect start for guys and girls wanting to improve their diet and achieve their ideal body through food and exercise.
You will not achieve your fitness goals if you fuel your body with bad food.
The Get Commando Fit Cookbook has been written with the assistance of nutritionist Kelly Richardson and Recipe Developer Kim Wiggins. The food pictured in the book is not only a feast for the body but also for the hungry eyes as well.
I was salivating as I turned page after page. The recipes looked amazing, so delicious and satisfying… as were the pictures of Steve!
The Get commando Fit Cookbook is broken into chapters for breakfast, lunch, dinner, sides and snacks. It has been well composed to ensure readers enjoy a balanced diet and a wide variety of meal choices. It would be impossible to feel deprived if you were preparing your meals from this cookbook.
Commando doesn’t advocate calorie counting, he prefers the approach of choosing wholesome natural foods in a proportion of 40:40:20 Protein: Carbohydrates and Fat. I like this philosophy of eating nutrient rich food to fuel the body and allowing your hunger to be your guide.
Now for the fun part readers. Guys, would you like to muscle up, trim some slack, and get abs of steel. Of course you would. Girls, do have a special guy you would like to look like Commando? Gourmet Getaways and Hachette Books is giving one lucky reader the chance to win a copy of “Get Commando Fit” by Steve Willis.
Follow the rafflecopter directions below and good luck!
Don’t forget that if you miss out on winning a copy of the Get Commando Fit Cookbook you can always pick up a copy for that special someone in your life at any good book store.
One last message to my lovely readers… I hope I haven’t offended any male readers (or Steve) with my objectifying and ogling.