Ocinator: The Genius Fitness Program
We do the genius way: Ocinator Food Guide. Ocinator Workouts. Designed by a graduate of Stanford.
They do the dumb way: Long workouts. Silly diets. Exhausting workouts. Tiny Meals. Many different workouts. No carbs. Going to the gym. Jumping. Too many meals. Treadmill/elliptical. HIIT. Short-term goals. Intermittent fasting. Inconsistent workout schedules.
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What's Included In Your Membership:
The genius easy-to-follow eating guide. Realistic food suggestions. What to eat at fast-food restaurants. No tiny meals. Yes eating lots of quality food.
Daily workout video. 20 minutes. No exhaustion. Just play it. Follow the instructions and tips. Enjoy your new life.
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The knowledge that you stay fit the genius way, while everyone else is wasting their time.
Looking healthy is simple: eat lots of quality food, look quality on the outside. Eat junk, look like junk. Ocinator shows you quality food to eat at home and even at restaurants.
The Ocinator Food Guide does not limit your calorie or carb intake. It is not a fasting regimen. And it does not make you eat chicken and broccoli all day. Start your new Ocinator eating habits today.
Ocinator Fitness Articles
From our Blog Page.
Should Beginners And Experts Do The Same Workout?
Getting and maintaining a toned and athletic physique need not involve complicated exercises.
If beginners and experts want the same results, they should both be doing the best, most effective, exercises to sculpt the muscles they want. The muscles that help them with everyday tasks. The muscles that look good when toned.
The most effective exercises are simple.
So, if beginners and experts want to get and maintain an athletic, toned physique, they should be performing the same workout.
Toning muscles only requires simple exercises. Exercises that are easy to follow. Which means beginners won’t struggle to keep up. Beginners can perform the same exercises that experts do.
Ocinator is effective for both beginners and experts. Unlike most other workout programs, Ocinator workouts specifically target toning muscles. Not sweat. Not exhaustion.
Ocinator beginners and Ocinator experts perform the same workout every day.
But how could the same exercises be effective for both beginners and experts? The difference is weight. The more weight used, the more massive muscles get. Beginners start out with little weight, then add more weight over time as they become experts.
Getting and maintaining a toned and athletic physique can be simple. Do a smart workout program that doesn’t waste your precious time. Do Ocinator.
Scam Diets: Low-Carb, No Carb, and Carbs Are Bad
Whole grain carbs are good. Refined grain carbs are bad.
If somebody tells you that all carbs are bad for you, don’t listen. They don’t know what they’re talking about. They’ve fallen for the Atkins-style low-carb scam diet.
The prominent advice in medicine today: stay away from products with refined grain and products with added sugar. Also, eat lots of vegetables.
The key: refined grain carbs are bad. On the other hand, whole grain carbs are good.
You should be eating whole grain carbs. Plenty of them.
Things that could happen when people don’t eat whole grain carbs:
1. Your memory won’t be as sharp.(1)
A study at Tufts University removed carbs from participants’ diets. The result: poorer memory-based task performance. When carbs were reintroduced into participants’ diets, memory-based task performance returned to normal.
2. Your mood will be bad.(2)
Low whole grain consumption could lead to increased anger, depression, anxiety, irritability, and hostility.
3. Your breath will be bad.(3)
If your body can’t use carbs as energy, it will use other fats and proteins that give breath problems.
Things that could happen when people do eat whole grain carbs:
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