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Hi ladies and gents,

My name is Mark Carroll, I am a personal trainer with over a decade of

experience and I’m the global head of education for the Clean Health Fitness
Institute, the world’s leading fitness industry education provider.

I created this guide off the back of my ‘Art of Gen Pop Transformations’
Guide Books for men and women, as I realised that so many people were not
in a position to afford the book and get results from it, however I still wanted
to help them.

With that in mind the ‘Top 20 Fat Loss Hacks’ Guide Book was created.

It contains 20 simple but crucial hacks to maximising results when it comes

to fat loss and best of all, it is completely free!

Yours in fat loss,

Coach Mark Carroll

Global Head of Education
Clean Health Fitness Institute

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Since 2008, the Clean Heath Fitness Institute has been regarded as
Australia’s premiere fitness industry educators and personal training

Having certified over 10,000 personal trainers and fitness professionals in

over 13 countries globally, we have developed a reputation as pioneers in the
health and fitness industry worldwide.

The Clean Health Fitness Institute was founded by industry legend and
Company CEO Daine McDonald. In 2012, he opened the company’s first fixed
site gym and over a 6 year period, with the help from his team of premiere
personal trainers, they facilitated over 100,000 personal training sessions and
developed a global reputation for excellence.

Over the years, we have been featured throughout numerous media

publications and TV shows including Sydney Morning Herald, GQ Magazine,
Men’s Muscle & Health, Men’s Fitness, Australian Women’s Health & Fitness,
Oxygen Magazine, The Australian Biggest Loser Club, Channel 9 with Kerri
Anne and Fitness First Magazine.

We have also featured in Nine MSN’s Health and Well-Being site, along with
lecturing at some of the biggest health and fitness conferences globally
including Filex, the Mefit Pro Summit and the Australian Fitness Expo.

Today, our company mission is to spread the word on quality health and
fitness information to both fitness professionals and the average every day
person, to improve the health of society globally overall.

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My focus as a coach these days is primarily on nutrition because without the

right nutrition you are going to find it hard to drop body fat!

This is something I have taught around the world the last few years though
our Performance Nutrition Coach certification, which certifies personal
trainers and nutritionists in the art of nutritional program design.

This guide book will help the newbie in a gym all the way up to physique
athletes and personal trainers. The knowledge in here is what I apply to all
my clients around the world which has allowed me to achieve 1000’s of
transformations with gen pop clients all the way to bikini world champions.

Simply put, these fat loss hacks are some of the keys to my success for
helping people from all walks of life get life changing results, so try them and
I promise you won’t regret it!

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The contents of this guide book should not be taken as medical advice. It is
not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any health problem – nor is
it intended to replace the advice of a physician / medical health practitioner.
Always consult your physician or qualified medical professional on any
matters regarding your health.

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Establish a Caloric Deficit

Okay, we can’t start a fat loss hacks guide without the be all and end all of
any successful fat loss program, which is establishing a caloric deficit.

Now I know the majority of you are thinking “Yeah Mark obviously”.

However, interestingly when I recently polled my followers on social media,

upwards of 30% of them didn’t initially understand what a caloric deficit is.
Now that is a large number of people who simply don’t get that it is the only
way to achieve fat loss. So, what is a calorie deficit?

A calorie deficit simply involves burning more calories than we consume,

which in turn creates an energy deficit. By creating a deficit of calories, the
body is able to tap into stored energy aka body fat and use it as a source of

A calorie deficit is the only way for fat loss to occur and must always be the
number one goal if you want fat loss to occur. Everything else falls behind
greatly in terms of significance or hierarchy of importance.

So in summary I repeat, you cannot lose fat without being in a caloric deficit!

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Understanding Energy Balance




Now to further understand what being in a calorie deficit is, we need to

identify what else contributes too being in a calorie deficit.

Note, it does not just involve eating necessarily less!

Energy balance is the difference between energy in versus energy out.

Energy being the word I am using to represent ‘calories’. We can consume

low calories but if our energy ‘out’ is low, the deficit will be very small or
potentially not even a deficit.

The reason fat loss slows down in most people is generally related to the
energy out component of energy balance, not just tracking energy in.

So a simple understanding of energy balance would be the following:

If a person moves and trains more, they will have greater energy/calories
out. Therefore, they will be able to diet and lose weight on more calories
compared to the person who diets but does not train very much or sits

down all day.

So their required energy in for fat loss will be lower to achieve the same
goal, as their energy out will be lower.

So to summarise, if you want to eat more, move more, however if you move
less, eat less!

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Track your Calories and Macros

I remember 6-7 years ago when I was using a ‘strict’ nutritional process with
no actual tracking, my results would go something like this:

1 Fast weight loss is achieved

2 It then slows down
3 It then stops
4 I now have no idea how to break the plateau!

Now simply eating ‘clean’ is great, however having no understanding of how

much food you are actually having, is the issue.

So what do you do when fat loss plateaus without tracking your intake?

Simply eat clean?

No, we need to take calories away generally, but if we have no idea about our
actual energy intake, then it is very hard to make educated decisions.

This is why tracking your total calories and macros is imperative to fat loss
success, as we greatly enhance the accuracy of what we are doing.

Remember fat loss is a science, not a guessing game.

For very overweight clients simply focusing on tracking calories is sufficient.

The more advanced the client, the more I switch to the tracking of
macronutrients for optimal accuracy and results.
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The Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting otherwise known as ‘IM” is a big talking point these days
and a question I am frequently asked.

Now first of all let me say, I do not always recommend intermittent fasting to
my clients as a general rule of thumb.

However, in the interest of giving you a user friendly fat loss hack, it is here as
a tool people can use successfully to help them stick to their calorie deficit
long term as compliance is king after all!

Now if you are eating in a timed restrictive manner – e.g.; the typical 8 hour
feeding window (12pm-8pm, then eat nothing the other 16 hours), you may
prefer this method of eating as a means of greater adherence. If so that is

However, physiologically it does not lead to any faster fat loss. It is simply a
tool to help you stick to the calorie deficit. If you like it, do it. If you don’t like
it, don’t do it.

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Optimise your Sleep for Fat Loss

Gone are the days of seeing a lack of sleep as a badge of honour, as research
now shows that sleep is imperative to long term fat loss success.

Optimal duration and quality are imperative to dietary adherence success, or

at the very least feeling a whole lot better.

Research has shown that poor sleep effects key hormones surrounding fat
loss such as leptin and ghrelin. Now leptin is the regulator of satiety, whereas
as ghrelin is commonly known as the hunger hormone.

When these hormones are affected, hunger and cravings rise which is not
what we want when dieting.

Finally, optimal sleep will also greatly assist in our recovery ability, mood and
over all energy levels. Again which are all critical components towards a
successful fat loss transformation!

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Chew your Food for Optimal Fat Loss

Chew your food to lose body fat you say? Yes that is right, this is not an old
wife’s tale!

Chewing, known as mastication, is the first active phase of our digestive

process. Now when we chew our food, we start breaking it down which
begins the digestive process.

Simply put, chewing your food is a very simple but over-looked factor when it
comes to fat loss success. By chewing each mouthful of your food more than
20 times, you greatly enhance the digestive process by making the next
phase of digestion occur in the stomach that much simpler.

Research has shown those who chew their food less than 15 times report

greater hunger levels and lower satiety levels. So if you want to feel fuller and
less hungry whilst dieting, chew your food greater than 20 times per

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Meal Timing Yes or No?

When it comes to fat loss, meal timing is an aspect which has changed
greatly the last few years. Now a question I often get asked is does meal
timing matter when it comes to achieving fat loss, the research
overwhelmingly says no!

Total calories over the day are the key to achieving optimal fat loss results
first and foremost as discussed already. Remember, the key to dietary
success is focusing on the majors, and not majoring in the minors.

Meal timing is not crucial, so focus on the big picture and hit your daily
calories and macros as your first port of call.

Now research does support that the more advanced the client, the more

potential it could be of benefit, particularly in mass gaining phases. But
when the goal is simple fat loss, as always, keep it simple and focus on the
big picture!

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Set a Daily Water Consumption Target

Hydration is a pretty simple topic which many of us overlook. Simply put,

water is a key to human life, but it’s also key too staying hydrated not just for
optimal performance and recovery (our muscles are largely made up of
water) but also key for managing our hunger levels.

Did you also know that the majority of the time people confuse dehydration
symptoms for hunger?

So instead of hydrating themselves, they eat more. Which is not what we

want to do obviously! So remember to drink your water and if you feel
hungry, don’t run first though to food and ask yourself am I actually

How much to drink? Ideally a minimum I like my clients drinking is 3 litres /
100 oz a day of water as a good starting point, slightly more if you are doing
endurance style training and sweating out a lot.

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Flexible Dieting Yes or No?

Flexible dieting, which was popularised by Layne Norton, world renowned

personal trainer and nutritionist is still a relatively new concept to most of
the fitness world and highly misunderstood.

Now as all of you who follow me on social media will know that I am a huge
fan of flexible dieting. Simply having the ability to make foods you enjoy fit
into your daily energy requirements in my experience, greatly enhances the
success of a diet from a sustainability point of view.

So who should use a flexible dieting approach?

1 Those who track macros daily. Now without tracking macronutrients and
calories, the chance of over eating foods which are delicious and very
calorie dense are very high, so if you want a flexible dieting approach, it is
imperative that you track your macros!

2 Those who struggle with strict meal plans. For my gen pop clients, I no
longer use or believe in a strict food diet style 24/7. For many, it is too

highly restrictive and unless you are like the Lauren Simpson’s of the
world, too hard to sustain. My clients are given macro targets and told to
meet these with foods they enjoy. Now to clarify, that does not mean just
‘junk’, it genuinely means protein sources, carb and fat sources that they
enjoy. There are no magic foods.

In summary, provided you track your macros a flexible dieting approach can
be a mentally sustainable way of sticking to your diet and getting the fat loss
results you deserve!
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How to Set Your Protein Intake
for Fast Results!

For many years, protein has been considered the macronutrient that delivers
the highest rate of satiety, meaning when we eat protein we feel fuller
compared to eating the same value of energy from any of the other

Research has also shown that protein will support the retention of lean mass
when dieting, which is pretty important when it comes to achieving long
term fat loss.

Remember, the goal is not so much weight loss, it is fat loss. So how much
protein should we have daily when it comes to the goal of fat loss?

For a fat loss block, I will generally set my clients protein intake between
2-3gm per kg of body weight. The lower end is for clients with a higher body
fat, with the higher end for the leaner, more advanced client.

For the client with a large amount of weight to lose, 2gm per kg can be a lot
of protein. So this is where we set protein at 2gm per kg of their goal body

e.g.; female client is 100kg – but her goal body weight is 75kg. I would set her
protein intake at 2g per kg of 75kg. 2gm x 75 = 150gm of protein per day.

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Optimal Fat Loss Breakfast

Ever heard that statement ‘Breakfast is the most important meal of the
day?’. Now, this is an interesting one, my answer is ‘It depends’.

Over the years I would have answered this very differently and said you must
start your day with a very specific protein and fat based breakfast, which is a
method I learned from the late Charles Poliquin, world renowned Strength

However, in the interest of always striving for knowledge and maximum

success with all clients, it’s not as simple as that. So, what do we know?

If you are hungry in the morning, then eat breakfast.

If you are not hungry in the morning, do not eat breakfast immediately, wait
until you are actually hungry. Breakfast is not the most important meal of

the day for these people, in fact, breakfast can be the reason why they put on
body fat!

A recent research paper on this topic showed that if you force feed a person
who does not usually eat breakfast, what ends up happening is the exact
opposite desired effect.

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So rather than being full all day and not over eating, the participants in the
study actually put on body fat as they now only now ate breakfast, they also
consumed the same number of calories they were having in the back half of
the day when they were hungry. So in summary, they were now eating more
total calories.

This is why being a good coach is recognising nutrition is highly

individualised and if you are hungry in the morning, then eat! If not, then

If you feel energised on a protein and fat breakfast and find this stabilises
energy levels throughout the day then awesome, do it.

If not, eat protein and carbs and remember as always, total calories over the
day will be the key driver to results, not whether you eat breakfast and the
times of the day you eat your meals.

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Use Diet Breaks to Maximise
Your Metabolism

So what is a ‘diet break?’

Diet breaks are periods of 3-14 days where we take ourselves out of a calorie
deficit and back up to baseline calories or even a small surplus. We do this
primarily to help offset the negative metabolic adaptations of underfeeding
aka a calorie restricted deficit.

Negative adaptations can include:

1 Increased muscle protein breakdown (we lose muscle)

2 Decreased muscle protein synthesis (we have more trouble
maintaining and rebuilding muscle after a workout)
3 Leptin levels drop

4 Thyroid hormones drop
5 Metabolic rate drops

All in all, we become hungrier and are likely to have increases sugar/starch
cravings. Not only that, the energy out component of energy balance lowers,
which in turn makes it harder to maintain muscle mass.

This is not ideal for your fat loss success!

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Now a diet break for say a minimum of 3 days is what is needed to have a
positive effect physiologically on the body in terms of ‘revving up’ your

The goal is not just increasing calories, but particularly we want to drive up
carbohydrates. Why? Because carbohydrates will help drive up leptin levels
which in turn, help thyroid hormone output, which subsequently will boost
your metabolic rate.

Remember the key is 3 days minimum, with ideally the longer time frame
the better.

Why 3 days minimum? Because one day refeeds have been shown to help
spike leptin levels, but the next day leptin is back down again. This is why 3
days is needed.

So how do you diet break effectively?

1 First identify baseline calories through TDEE.net

2 The increase in your calories should all come from carbohydrates
3 Lower fat intake to 0.8gm per kg
4 Lower protein intake to 2gm per kg
5 This will further allow for more calories to be pushed to carbohydrates

Now remember, this is not a cheat meal and/or cheat day. This is a
strategically planned dietary intervention. Must be tracked!

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Utilising Refeeds to Maximise Fat Loss

Now refeeds are a concept that many people often confuse with a diet
break. They are different, how?

A refeed is a planned day of increasing calories to baseline, generally through

the use of carbohydrates. However, a refeed is 1 day, not 3-14 days such as
what we use in a diet break.

So why refeed? A refeed from a physiological stand point is not going to

positively have an impact on leptin levels. However, a refeed is much more
about the mental adaptations of being in a calorie deficit not just the

Strategically allowing yourself more calories one day a week allows you to
enjoy more food for a day, and potentially gives you a ‘break’ from under

My recommendation when it comes to applying this method is to do a

‘refeed’ day one day on the weekend when you can socialise and enjoy

yourself, and the lower days during the week whilst you are working.

This will allow for more freedom on social situations over the weekend when
you are more than likely out and about. More freedom here is the goal and it
can substantially take away from the sense of missing out, which being on a
calorie deficit brings!

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Understanding Stress and its
Impact on Fat Loss

So, does stress cause fat gain? Directly no as you gain body fat from over

However, indirectly yes, stress can contribute to fat gain because when we
are stressed we have a strong tendency to make irrational food choices, have
lower satiety hormones, and also simply have a tendency to crave foods that
are calorie dense.

Furthermore stress can impact our thyroid hormones which can affect the
energy out component of energy balance. Stress also can dysregulate our
parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems.

So what are they?

1 The sympathetic nervous system prepares the body for intense

physical activity and is often referred to as the fight-or-flight

2 The parasympathetic nervous system has almost the exact opposite

effect and relaxes the body and inhibits or slows many high energy

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So when we are functioning in the sympathetic dominant branch of the
autonomic nervous system, it turns down three key systems in the body:

1 Reproductive system
2 Immune system
3 Digestive system

When the body is stressed, the digestive system is turned down, so for
example your appetite actually goes down. Ever been really stressed out and
lost your appetite? Yep, that’s stress. It can also impede digestive processes,
meaning you can’t assimilate micronutrients in from the macronutrients
you consume, again negative when it comes to fat loss results!

So how else does stress makes you fat?

When we are constantly stressed, we produced excessive amounts of a low

grade adrenaline called cortisol. Cortisol when high can impact your ability
to get to sleep, along with staying asleep, which impacts satiety and hunger.

We want to control this type of negative impact on the body, so stress

management is going to be a key player for you to maximise your
compliance levels and get the most out of your training.

Some strategies? Well I routinely program for clients the following activities
on a weekly basis:

1 Meditation
2 Reading
3 Massages
4 Stretching
5 Yoga

6 Breathing techniques

These are all parasympathetic state activities. The opposite of fight or flight,
which will aid in stress reduction and improve your chances for fat loss
success. If you do this, I guarantee your ability to get results will be improved

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Using Steps to Get Greater Results

Steps are what I use to artificially track NEAT levels, which is non-exercise
activity thermogenesis. So why do we track this?

Generally, NEAT levels will be aimed at non-exercise based or incidental exer-

cise based activity aka non planned exercise. So things such as your general
everyday movement outside training, twitching, eating walking around your
house to find your clothes, chewing and everything in between that involves
unplanned activity.

However as I said, steps are an artificial way to measure NEAT levels and
allow you to measure this to increase fat loss success.

One of the key reasons fat loss rates slow down over the course of 12 weeks is
that NEAT levels plummet as the body tries to conserve energy to protect
against fat loss.

Your body does not want you to be too lean. Now steps, are an amazing way
to track movement and to allow the rate of fat loss to stay consistent. The
more we keep neat levels consistent, the greater chance of keeping rate of
fat loss consistent.

For most people, I recommend 10,000 steps per day as a good baseline that
will maximise your fat loss results and ensure you keep losing throughout

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Use the Correct Training Volume
for Fat Loss

A common issue I find when I mentor coaches is that their results with their
clients generally start well, but then come to a screeching halt.

From a training stand point they ‘play all their cards’ at once, rather than
doing it in a step by step manner. Training volume is a tool that we use to
drive up or drive down calorie expenditure.

When starting fat loss phases especially for new clients I don’t overdo
training volume, rather I start slowing then build upon it bit by bit. t

I use training volume as a tool to break fat loss plateaus and directly
influence the calories out component of energy balance. An example of this
is total sets per workout, this is where I use what is referred to as a linear
periodisation model, which works consistently for fat loss training

An example of this would be the following:

Phase 1: total sets is 18-24 per work out
Phase 2: total sets is 24-30 per work out
Phase 3: total sets is 30-36 per work out

In closing, this is a simple approach where we periodise the calories out

component of resistance training. So keep it simple, don’t over complicate it
and enjoy the workout volume in accordance with your training phase!

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Cardio for Fat Loss Yes or No?

So let me make this simple for you – cardio is not needed for fat loss.

However for the majority of you, it is going to be a tool you can use to create
a greater energy out component to aid the energy balance deficit.

Then it comes down to the question that I am asked frequently, what is

better for fat loss, LISS (Low intensity steady state cardio) or HIIT? (high
intensity interval training)

The answer as usual is ‘it depends’.

Again the goal of cardio when it comes to fat loss is focused on getting
calories out right? The more calories we burn, the greater potential for fat
loss. Both HIIT and LISS will contribute to calories out.

However, HIIT will lead to a more efficient energy expenditure session as the

harder we work, the more calories we burn per unit of time. This though will
primarily come down to the person.

Do you want to work really hard smashing yourself doing intervals when
you’re already hungry? For a lot of people the answer is no!

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Now with LISS, would you prefer to get the same number of calories burned
in double the time but by sitting on an exercise bike replying to emails?

A lot of you will say yes so as always it depends on the individual. Remember
when it comes to fat loss, total calories burned is the key.

So if you want to work hard for 20 minutes doing HIIT then do it.

Or if you want to take a more relaxed approach and spend 45-60 minutes
getting those calories burned doing LISS then choose that option.

The choice is ultimately yours but remember if you are training 3-4 times
per week in the gym, doing 10,000 steps per day you don’t need to integrate
cardio, if you do though, 1-2 times per week will suffice!

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Top 5 Lower Body Exercises for Fat Loss

Resistance training is my key form of exercise when dieting a client down. I

will always choose weights over cardio as my preferred exercise modality, as
weights will not only help preserve lean muscle mass, but we can even build
muscle mass in a calorie deficit depending on quite a few factors which are
for another time.

But for now, here are my top lower body exercises for fat loss. Please note
these 5 exercises are also my top 5 for hypertrophy. Meaning it is the calories
that dictate if it is fat loss or hypertrophy adaptations we are after.

Remember when doing resistance training, we always want to focus on the

most bang for our buck exercises as these will generally be compound lifts,
which lead to more muscle fibres being recruited and also from a fat loss
point of view, allow for greater calorie expenditure.

So here are my recommendations:

1 Barbell Back Squat

The barbell back squat is a fantastic movement which is a staple of my

clients’ programs. in my opinion there is no better exercise for strength
and mass for the lower body as it involved the glutes, hamstrings, quads
and calves.

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2 Conventional BB Deadlift

It is the ultimate posterior chain building movement, which is key for

strength, mass and even athletic performance. No movement uses
more overall muscles in your body than the deadlift.

3 Front Foot Elevated DB Split Squat (And variations)

If my clients cannot squat, then they split squat. This is a fantastic

movement for creating structural balance in the lower extremities and
building up the lower body’s range of motion and mobility to allow your
body to potentially squat properly long term.

4 The Hack Squat

Another goes to lower body movement for my clients, in particular

physique athletes. Although not a true free weight movement, the hack
squat is fantastic for overall strength and size, in particular in the
quadricep muscle group.

5 Barbell Hip Thrust

No exercise has revolutionised the female fitness lifting community like

the barbell hip thrust, popularised by industry leading strength coach
and personal trainer Bret Contreras. Simply put, if you want a set of
great glutes and to train the posterior chain, a hip thrust is a must.

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Top 5 Upper Body Exercises for Fat Loss

Going along with Fat Loss Hack #18’s theme, we have my top 5 upper body
exercises for fat loss.

As always I coach with the goal of giving my clients as much quality

movements as possible. Movements which have a high carry over effect into
everyday life, but also overall strength and performance. After all there is no
point just looking good if you don’t feel good right!

Free weights have a great strength carry over which means, the stronger we
get using barbells and dumbbells, the stronger we get in every other aspect
of life. Now, if we just did machines, that strength carry over effect is not the
same back to the free weights.

1 The Pull Up

The pull up for any lifter, particularly a body weight pull up for a female
represents a great mark of overall strength. My goal is to always have my
clients doing weighted pull ups by the end of a training block with me.

It incorporates the lats, posterior delts and arms, so pretty much every
posterior based upper body muscle we have.

2 Barbell/Dumbbell Bench-press

The bench-press is every males favourite lift, but also a fantastic overall
upper body builder. Ladies will often prefer to lift with an incline bench
over the flat counterpart as it involves more shoulders on an incline,
which is fine.
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3 Barbell/Dumbbell Bent-Over Row

The back is such a large muscle group that it is imperative we train it

from a vertical stand point – the pull up – but also the horizontal plane
with bent-over row.

Initially, I prefer 1-arm rowing movements with the dumbbell to balance

out upper body pulling musculature and function and will then
progress onto barbell with clients as they get stronger.

Again, another great exercise that involves the lats and biceps in

4 Standing Barbell Overhead Press

No upper body movement shows off true strength development than

standing up and lifting something really heavy over your head. It also
helps to build a great pair of shoulders to give the body a more athletic

5 Seated Rope Pull to Neck

Not a well-known lift, but a great one to use as we must balance out the
upper body presses by helping train the muscles involved with
balancing out shoulder health.

The seated rope pull to neck will help train mid and lower traps,
rhomboids and the rear delts which are all crucial to helping keep your
shoulders healthy long-term.

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Invest in an Industry Leading Coach

Lucky last and a gem, that I myself have used time and time again over the
years. Simply put, invest in a great coach or personal trainer.

This is something I wish I did years earlier and would have helped me not
waste the first 10 years of lifting and my first 5 years as a coach.

Never under estimate the dramatic improvement a coach can have not only
on your physique but also your knowledge. It will allow you to save years on
figuring out the answers from someone whom has applied them and
learned from their own mistakes.

An experienced coach should be able to help you sift through the nonsense
that’s out there in the fitness world and allow you to focus your attentions on
the aspects that really matter.

If you are after a more personalised coaching approach, we offer online
personal training to clients around the world at the Clean Health Fitness

Visit www.cleanhealth.com.au for more information!

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As an Australian government ASQA accredited education (RTO)

organisation, we can certify you as a personal trainer through our
company. Our RTO registration number is: 40538.

For more information on our Industry Leaders Program please visit our
website HERE and download the free course guide book to book in a
consult with one of our friendly careers advisors.


1 Clean Health Fitness Institute:

A. Industry Website: www.chfiglobaleducation.com
B. General Website: www.cleanhealth.com.au
2 https://tdeecalculator.net/
3 https://www.myfitnesspal.com/


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