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Kinobody is about transforming your physique and living the life of your dreams. Fitness essentially becomes a metaphor for life! When you can master training and nutrition to build an amazing body and become stronger and leaner than you could ever imagine, confidence and self belief goes through the roof.
This is precisely when everything in your life starts to fit together and amazing things start to happen! Unfortunately, up until now, building an incredible body meant countless gruesome hours in the gym each week, crazy strict diets and a very limited life outside of fitness.
The kinobody approach is to blend fitness into your lifestyle. You’ll become leaner, stronger and better developed each week, but it won’t be at the cost of your ability to enjoy life. This is a beautiful thing and this is when you’ll fall in love with the process.
Funny enough, a minimalist approach to training and a balanced and rewarding nutrition plan will actually lead to far better results than the typical extreme fitness approach. So join me on this adventure and transform your physique and live the life of your dreams 🙂
Kinobody Aesthetics and Physicality
The kinobody physique requires a beautiful combination of mass, definition and proportion. These three qualities must work together in harmony. You must first and foremost maintain a low body fat with a slim waist. The next step is to add muscle strategically to the body; wide back, masculine square chest, powerful delts, rock hard arms and deep dense abdominals.
Let’s not forget the legs and glutes! The legs and glutes must enhance the physique by being lean and defined not bulky and curved. The end result will be absolutely breath taking. However, this is a very difficult condition to achieve. Rarely do people ever reach the trifecta of mass, definition and proportion.
Now it is not enough to just be another pretty physique! We must be strong, fit and capable. Aesthetics and performance must go hand in hand. Therefore we must train for strength and power and allow for muscle growth to occur naturally. As well, we must supplement this training with key mobility stretches to increase suppleness and injury proof the body.
A Lifestyle Approach to Fitness and Nutrition
Now as far as training and nutrition is concerned, it’s essential that you don’t let your training and nutrition habits take over your life. That is to defeat the very purpose. You see fitness is meant to enhance and better your life not consume it. Mastering your health and fitness is to make staying in top shape as effortless as possible. You should never have to give up any of life’s great pleasures because you’re worried it will interfere with your training and diet.
Once you have everything dialled in, you will only need three intense workouts per week to make continual progress. As well, you will be able to maintain your shape with as little as 2 workouts per week with minimal equipment. Furthermore, once you adapt to intermittent fasting, you will be able to go hours without food. Meaning you can spend more time getting stuff done and less time eating, preparing and cleaning. In fact I usually only eat 2-3 times per day.
One of the greatest realizations of my entire life was when I realized that the present moment is all we ever have. You see, I have spent the grand majority of my life living for the future. Repeatedly telling myself that I’ll be happy, fulfilled and complete when I have this and that… This is a painful way to live and it makes living hard.
What you must understand is that it’s amazing to have goals! But don’t set goals on the accord that they will make you feel happy and fulfilled when you accomplish them. This is never the case. What happens is that you get an instant rush of exhilaration and excitement but it soon evaporates. And you’re left feeling empty and incomplete. So you set your sights higher and farther and the process perpetuates itself.
I’m all for striving to better yourself! That said, the true enjoyment comes from the journey. It comes from directing your attention into the moment that you’re in. Too often in life, we’re so focused on getting somewhere that the present moment becomes reduced to a mere stepping stone into the future.
We’re projecting our happiness into the future and the crazy thing is, the future is only ever experienced as the present moment. We must let go of this deadly mentality. We must embrace the present moment and look to the past and future for practical purposes.
Enter a State of Total Acceptance
This requires you to be in a state of total acceptance. You accept the present moment and everything that it contains. You must accept where you are right now, make peace with that and then work on getting to the next level. This takes the stress out of life! And makes working towards your goals and living life far more enjoyable.
If you really want to hone this outlook then you’ll want to read my article, the truth about success and happiness. This will drastically improve all areas of life and will make people extremely drawn and connected to you.
The Kinobody Revolution is Here!
To make sure you never miss a new post you’ll want to opt in to my kinobody elite newsletter and download my free report. You can do that by going to 14 Reasons Why You’re Not Getting Shredded. As well, I have developed my fully in depth fitness and nutrition programs that take things much deeper. My two programs are the Greek God Muscle Building Program, aimed at adding muscle in the most aesthetic way possible. And the Warrior Shredding Guide, aimed at leaning down to a low body fat to reveal incredible muscle tone.
Phase 1: Warrior Shredding Program
Phase 2: Greek God Muscle Building Program
Phase 3: Superhero Bulking Program
PS – A Little Fitness Diversity for a Change
Fitness and movies are two of my closest passions. Any chance I can integrate a movie reference into an article or video is like the best thing ever. One of my favorite flicks just so happens to be the cult classic, American Psycho. I couldn’t resist but do my own version of the intro monologue scene.