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3 Key Tips for Building a Model Physique

With the right focus, you can craft a magazine-worthy body.

Big & lean back workout Mehmet Edip

Chances are, you look at a fitness model at least once a day -- they're everywhere.

Besides the notable places -- fitness websites for example -- you'll see their type plugging away at the gym with laser precision. If you want to build a model-like physique, you'll need to adopt a fitness model's mentality when it comes to your training. Even if you don't want a life in front of the lens, a focused plan of action will get reults. Focus on these techniques to improve your physique, boost your confidence, and get you one step closer to that sought-after look.

The Ab-solute Truth

muscular abs

It's no secret, six-pack abs and crazy obliques are a key focus for anyone trying to craft a drool-worthy body. They're a fitness model's bread and butter, but building them up for a single shoot isn't enough -- they must be maintained. If you're serious about rocking a super fit look, your washboard should be visible at all times. Having the right diet is a neccessity, luckily, the options are plentiful. Here's a quick guide to help you experiment:

The Keto Diet

  • The ketogenic diet is a high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet that forces the body to burn fats rather than carbohydrates.

Carb Cycling 

  • This diet calls for different carb intakes on different days. You'll rotate between no- and low-carb, medium, and high-carb days. This allows your body to create a calorie deficit which will increase fat loss. 

Carb Backloading

  • An interesting method to lean out and gain muscle. Carb consumption is limited to the evenings, after your workouts.

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