This is one of my goals. I want to have a hot body, clothed or naked.
If you read “Cleavage,” you already know I have the breasts for it. But, though I wear a size ten, which is an average size, I am still carrying excess fat.
I am carrying a lot less of it than I used to.
For the past nine months I have been weight lifting and doing cardio on a modified BFL program. Body-for-Life is the program, challenge, and website which Bill Phillips and his supplement company operate. Body for life
If you go to the website you can find training tips, champion tips, chats, and great motivational pictures.
Basically, very basically, BFL calls for eating equal carbs and proteins, weight lifting three days a week, and doing aerobics three days a week. It doesn't require calorie counting, but asks you to eat portion sizes: a closed fist for fluffy stuff, an open palm for flat stuff. It's a very livable program. Something you could do for life, and I intend to do basically that.
BFL also has a challenge. Take before pictures. Do their program for only 12 weeks. Take after pictures. See how much you've changed. (The people who send in their stuff and make big changes and express themselves well become Champions. Which means money in their pocket.)
I thought the whole thing was a fraud. There's no way those people were losing as much as they said. Not in 12 weeks. Not unless they'd only been fat for twelve weeks.
But my hubby said, “What have we got to lose? Except fat.”
I mostly did it to prove he was wrong.
I don't look like the before and after pictures on the website. At least, not yet. I didn't lose 35 or 40 pounds in 12 weeks like some of these women did. But I lost 14 inches. I was a lot sexier and I was a lot healthier.
That was the first time. I've just started my fourth challenge. I'm on Day 11 of 84 days. I am hoping that this one will get me to my goal weight. But even if it doesn't, at least I'm going in the right direction.
I've modified the program because I tend to eat too much. So I do count my calories. And I tend to be a couch potato, so I do aerobics at least five times a week. But lots of people got their great results doing pure BFL.
So, if you're tired of the flab, get with the program.
One hot body attracts another.