Yo Yo Vegas! What’s up playas! I hear that all the time personal training. I don’t take a client unless they talk like that. Really. No, seriously. Ok. I probably don’t want to train you if i have to spend somewhere around an hour hearing you talk like that. But anyway, let’s get down to business. Last part of this blog, I was talking about how you can gain muscle to look good for the pools. Today, I’m going to talk quickly about how you can lose the last lbs. of body fat , and show of the muscles you gained in that six pack. Well first off, I am going to tell you this. If you can’t see a six pack, and you want to, it’s your diet. Yup. You think you eat really healthy, whole wheat this and low carb that, and sugar free this. That’s not really the healthiest you could be eating. How about all natural this, and you are hearing it here first kids, fruits and veggies? Yup. The nutrients in fruits and veggies are going to help you get cut. As long as you are getting your muscle building protein, those fruits and vegetables are some of your best friends. Even though you probably don’t eat your other best friends, but hey, it’s 2010. I don’t know. Along with what you are eating, you might want to see what kind of workouts you are doing? Are you doing 45 minutes on the treadmill every day? No? Good, because that isn’t gonna be what the doctor orders here. Get crazy with some dumbells, learn how to do plyometrics under a personal trainer who has experience with them, and start doing interval training. If you don’t know what any of those are, stop working out. Just kidding. Some of them are pretty easy to learn. For example, interval training is when you do a very intense burst of exercise, say for 15-30 seconds, followed by a “rest” period of say 1-2 minutes, then you repeat for anywhere from 10-25 minutes. You can do this exercise on a bike, elliptical, jump rope, treadmill, etc. So, if you want to get the next part of the pool ready body going, you want to look into these things. Got it Jersey Shore?