Every year millions of people talk about how they’re going to get in shape and start improving their health. However most fail because they don’t have the right knowledge to call upon.

This year everything could be different for you. All thanks to Lean365 by male model and professional soccer player Leon Scott. Lean365 is an e-Book that teaches you how to become lean and fit all year round, without having to give up your social life.

As we always say at MSI, the best thing you can trust is results, and Leon certainly has the results to back-up his product.

 

Leon was also kind enough to conduct an interview with us where he gives you a preview of the kind of tips you can expect to find in his e-book.

 

Interview

 

1.Tell us about you and how you got started in fitness?

My journey started at the age of 18 when I discovered a passion for fitness, initially wanting to look bigger but realizing that being big and heavy didn’t go with my other passions which were football and fashion. I had to make the right choices as I also had a job supporting young adults with learning disabilities and challenging behavior, so finding a balance between the three was key.

Through my role of supporting others I quickly identified how much self-satisfaction I got back from helping others achieve their goals. This is one of the main reasons I’ve decided to do my own eBook so that I can continue to help others achieve healthy lifestyle goals.

 

2. Give us an idea of the kind of commitment and sacrifices required to achieve a body that’s considered industry standard

First thing I did was make the change to my lifestyle. I stayed committed to my decision making sure I was training at least 5 times a week, working 110% every time. No easy days.

Preparing all my meals in the the kitchen, staying focused with the correct mindset to achieve my goals.

I tend not to use the word sacrifice, as it negatively implies that I am giving up something that I want in order to get something else. I like to think i am making an investment, not a sacrifice, it’s more of a choice as I see it at what is the most important to me at that certain time in my life.

 

3. What are your top 3 tips for building muscle?

Eat Enough Calories

Use Big Compound Exercises

Never go longer than 3 hours without food at least 20 grams of protein

 

4. What are your top 3 tips for burning fat?

Diet is the most important component to fat loss

High Intensity Circuits

Fasted Interval Cardio

 

5. Name 5 foods that every man should start eating and 5 they should remove from their diet

5 foods everyone should eat:

Meat

Eggs

Fish

Fruit

Vegetables

 

5 foods everyone should remove:

Sugar

White Bread

Fast Foods

Fried Foods

Processed Foods

 

6. Fitness is of course a journey, therefore what was the one defining moment that got you started? And what was the one moment that really pushed you forward and got you to where you are today?

The defining moment for me was when I received a football scholarship from Middlesbrough Football Club, from that moment I wanted to look and feel better to help me with football. More recently I managed to get into the modelling industry and after getting a taste of this it encouraged me to work harder to continue pushing and now expand into the fitness industry.

I believe what has got me to where I am today is my overall commitment and attitude to everything, whether it is in the gym, work or life itself! I don’t think there has been one moment that stands out for me, I’ve always worked hard to get to where I am, I’ve listened to others advice, learnt a lot along the way and got out there and made it happen!

 

7. What are the biggest mistakes you’ve seen men make when trying to get into shape?

Not setting goals – Goal setting is important so you can strive to continue creating a better version of yourself.

Getting out of the comfort zone – When you realize it’s not going to be easy. Find the joy getting outside of your comfort zone and realize it will make you better in the long run.

Giving up too quick – Too many people start & expect quick results, stick with it stay focused on your goals & don’t give it up, it will all be worth it in the end.

 

8. What motivated you to start working out, and what motivates you today? If they’re different then why do you think this is? 

I’m very results-driven. Doing a good job and achieving the desired end result always gives me self satisfaction and I want to continue to achieve more. For me working out alone makes me feel energized and clear-minded, then after the gym I leave feeling good. No one regrets a gym session!!

What motivates me today is still the same as before, however I’m always working for something new, i think it’s important to set goals, but you need to make sure that they’re achievable and not overly-ambitious. If you set an achievable goal you’ll feel a huge sense of achievement when you reach it, which will have a positive impact on your motivation.

Set yourself another achievable goal when you reach your initial target, so you’re always working towards something.

 

 

In order to get the best results you need to learn from the best. Leon gives you this chance with his e-book Lean365. If this is something that you’re interested in, then simply click the button below that will take you straight to Leon’s website where the e-book is displayed.

 

Every year millions of people talk about how they’re going to get in shape and start improving their health. However most fail because they don’t have the right knowledge to call upon.

This year everything could be different for you. All thanks to Lean365 by male model Leon Scott. Lean365 is an e-Book that teaches you how to become lean and fit all year round, without having to give up your social life.

As we always say at MSI, the best thing you can trust is results, and Leon certainly has the results to back-up his product.

 

Leon was also kind enough to conduct an interview with us where he gives you a preview of the kind of tips you can expect to find in his e-book.

Interview

 

1.Tell us about you and how you got started in fitness?

My journey started at the age of 18 when I discovered a passion for fitness, initially wanting to look bigger but realizing that being big and heavy didn’t go with my other passions which were football and fashion. I had to make the right choices as I also had a job supporting young adults with learning disabilities and challenging behavior, so finding a balance between the three was key.

Through my role of supporting others I quickly identified how much self-satisfaction I got back from helping others achieve their goals. This is one of the main reasons I’ve decided to do my own eBook so that I can continue to help others achieve healthy lifestyle goals.

 

2. Give us an idea of the kind of commitment and sacrifices required to achieve a body that’s considered industry standard

First thing I did was make the change to my lifestyle. I stayed committed to my decision making sure I was training at least 5 times a week, working 110% every time. No easy days.

Preparing all my meals in the the kitchen, staying focused with the correct mindset to achieve my goals.

I tend not to use the word sacrifice, as it negatively implies that I am giving up something that I want in order to get something else. I like to think i am making an investment, not a sacrifice, it’s more of a choice as I see it at what is the most important to me at that certain time in my life.

 

3. What are your top 3 tips for building muscle?

Eat Enough Calories

Use Big Compound Exercises

Never go longer than 3 hours without food at least 20 grams of protein

 

4. What are your top 3 tips for burning fat?

Diet is the most important component to fat loss

High Intensity Circuits

Fasted Interval Cardio

 

5. Name 5 foods that every man should start eating and 5 they should remove from their diet

5 foods everyone should eat:

Meat

Eggs

Fish

Fruit

Vegetables

 

5 foods everyone should remove:

Sugar

White Bread

Fast Foods

Fried Foods

Processed Foods

 

6. Fitness is of course a journey, therefore what was the one defining moment that got you started? And what was the one moment that really pushed you forward and got you to where you are today?

The defining moment for me was when I received a football scholarship from Middlesbrough Football Club, from that moment I wanted to look and feel better to help me with football. More recently I managed to get into the modelling industry and after getting a taste of this it encouraged me to work harder to continue pushing and now expand into the fitness industry.

I believe what has got me to where I am today is my overall commitment and attitude to everything, whether it is in the gym, work or life itself! I don’t think there has been one moment that stands out for me, I’ve always worked hard to get to where I am, I’ve listened to others advice, learnt a lot along the way and got out there and made it happen!

 

7. What are the biggest mistakes you’ve seen men make when trying to get into shape?

Not setting goals – Goal setting is important so you can strive to continue creating a better version of yourself.

Getting out of the comfort zone – When you realize it’s not going to be easy. Find the joy getting outside of your comfort zone and realize it will make you better in the long run.

Giving up too quick – Too many people start & expect quick results, stick with it stay focused on your goals & don’t give it up, it will all be worth it in the end.

 

8. What motivated you to start working out, and what motivates you today? If they’re different then why do you think this is? 

I’m very results-driven. Doing a good job and achieving the desired end result always gives me self satisfaction and I want to continue to achieve more. For me working out alone makes me feel energized and clear-minded, then after the gym I leave feeling good. No one regrets a gym session!!

What motivates me today is still the same as before, however I’m always working for something new, i think it’s important to set goals, but you need to make sure that they’re achievable and not overly-ambitious. If you set an achievable goal you’ll feel a huge sense of achievement when you reach it, which will have a positive impact on your motivation.

Set yourself another achievable goal when you reach your initial target, so you’re always working towards something.

 

 

In order to get the best results you need to learn from the best. Leon gives you this chance with his e-book Lean365. If this is something that you’re interested in, then simply click the button below that will take you straight to Leon’s website where the e-book is displayed.