Obviously we all know that a smart, effective training program along with sound nutrition and proper rest is the way to achieve a healthy, good-looking body.
My question is this:
There are two identical twin males, both 25. Both have about 18% BF and are genetically “average” in terms of being able to build muscle.
One of the twins decides he’s going to begin weight training, but his diet remains that of the “typical” American, high in sugary carbs and saturated fat with frequent trips to fast food restaurants.
The next twin decides he’s going to begin eating perfectly, spreading his meals out to 6-7 daily, with high protein from lean sources, lots of fruits and vegetables, whole grains and healthy fats. He’s also going to get at least 8 hours sleep a night and drink plenty of water throughout the day. But this twin isn’t going to weight train or exercise at all, aside from the normal day to day stuff like walking in the mall, etc.
Who will look better in three years? Twin number one who weight trains but eats terribly, or twin number two who eats great and lives a relaxed stress-free type of lifestyle?