With the right plan and the right discipline, you can get seriously shredded in just 28 days.Read article
Yeah, it’s possible. Gaining strength has to do with how you train, and shredding up is all about your diet—the two functions are mutually exclusive. You need just enough calories to recover, which isn’t as much as you’d think.
Consume 8-12 calories per pound of bodyweight. On nontraining days, drop the calories per pound of bodyweight by one or two calories.
C.J. Murphy is the owner of Total Performance Sports in Everett, MA.