TargetZone by BeckyFIT
Finally, a weight loss program built to target your stubborn areas!gram equivalent
The TargetZone program is an online weight loss program designed specifically for your body type. The TargetZone program tones and tightens your entire body while focusing on your stubborn areas. We provide you with a customized nutrition and exercise plan – best of all, your entire program can be done in the comfort of your own home.
Have a trouble area?
Fix it with TargetZone.
Tips from our blog
Imagine if you could target your ab fat while eating? Well with this tangy citrus salad you can. Most ab and belly fat is caused by stress and poor insulin levels, and this salad is the best way to combat those issues. This citrus salad is not only healthy, filling and packed with healthy antioxidants, it targets your abs without you even noticing, to help you lose stubborn belly fat!
And it’s delicious!
Watch the video below for tips and the step-by-step recipe.
AbZone Citrus Salad
- 4 oz rotisserie chicken breast, skin removed
- 2 cups spring mix greens
- 1/3 avocado, chopped
- Slivered red onion
- Chopped cucumber
- Dash oregano
- Dash basil
- Dash parsley
- Dash sea salt
- Dash pepper
- Juice from 2 lemon wedges
- Juice from 2 lime wedges
- 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
Eat Small Meals Every 3 Hours for Maximum Fat Loss!
When you only eat 2 or 3 meals per day, your metabolism slows down in between meals because it wants to conserve energy until the next meal.Â Â Eating every 3 hours keeps your metabolism running at full speed and never gives it a chance to slow down.Â Â This means more calories are burned per day, and more fat is lost.Â Â Youâve probably heard this before, but remember to always eat breakfast- it starts your metabolism going in the morning and doesnât allow your body to go into starvation mode (fat storage mode).Â
Weight Loss Recipes
When trying to lose weight, itâs likely that youâre going to search the internet for some good recipes to help you reach your goals.Â Â Just be careful with the results, because a healthy recipe and a weight loss recipe is often not the same thing.
The term âhealthyâ can mean all sorts of things- high in nutrients or antioxidants, rich in certain vitamins, high in fiber, high in healthy fats.Â Â Iâm not suggesting that you discount these benefits because they help in many ways, ie. protection from certain diseases, etc.Â Â But if weight loss it the goal, more has to be looked at than whether or not the meal is healthy.
A weight loss meal usually has these attributes:
- Low in calories (remember you are trying to eat multiple small meals per day, so stick to around 300-400 calories per meal)
- Low in saturated fats (get your healthy monounsaturated fats from olive oil, nuts and seeds, nut butters, and avocado)
- A combination of the right food groups.Â Â Try to center your weight loss meal around lean protein (lean meats, fish, egg whites, whey protein, Greek yogurt) and pair it with a complex carbohydrate (carbs that are from nature, arenât processed and are full of fiber, ie. sweet potatoes, brown rice, oats) and as many green veggies as you want.
Remember to give your food flavor with herbs, spices, vinegars, and citrus.
Want to see some of the best exercises to tighten your abs? This video shows some great exercises.