LBTV Ep. 05

Lee's Corner:

Stay Hydrated Effortlessly with These Three Hacks for Optimal Water Intake + See What Real People Think in The Ultimate Lean Body Taste Test

This week I'm going to help you out with some simple water consumption hacks. Studies show that you only need to be 1% dehydrated to experience a 5% decrease in cognitive function. A 2% decrease in brain hydration can result in short term memory loss. If you want to feel optimal and on the ball at work, then check it out. 


Unlocking Success: Beyond Willpower -
Discover the Surprising Force Driving Consistent Motivation & How To Create It

To not rely purely on willpower, you must understand the two types of motivation. Internal motivation and external motivation.

External motivation is typically about rewarding yourself with something physical. For example, you might mentally link working out 3x a week with the reward of a pizza at the end of the week. External motivation has its place but it becomes less and less effective as you become accustomed to the rewards.

This is why, mastering internal motivation is so important when it comes to achieving your long-term goals. In this video, I will guide you through how to create internal motivational strategies so you can consistently stay focused and motivated on a goal.

Holiday Protein Recipe:
Pumpkin Mousse from the Protein Chef

You can get a nutritious meal from a mousse. Yes! No Bull...winkle. And the taste is smooth and not Rocky. LOL – Watch the Protein Chef break it all down.
Consider passing on pumpkin pie and eating a mousse.


Whitney Jones

How To Have an Unstoppable Attitude

My guest today is Whitney Jones, three times Ms Fitness Olympia.

Not only is Whitney an amazing athlete, but she is a mother of two and a very successful businesswoman. She’s one of the most positive people I’ve met, and has a wealth of knowledge to share with us on how to develop and keep a winning mindset, overcoming fears and challenges

If you’re like me, you know that learning how to keep a positive attitude is part of developing yourself and being the strongest, healthiest YOU that you can be! 

Disclaimer: This content is for informational purposes only and is not meant as medical advice, nor is it to diagnose or treat any medical condition. Please consult your physician before starting or changing your diet or exercise program. Any use of this information is at the sole discretion and responsibility of the user.