By: Tayler Glenn
You may have seen last week’s article on how Executive Vice President, Dennis Franks, began TLS Weight Loss Solution to get his health back on track after leaving the NFL. This week, he’s made a little extra time in his busy schedule to tell us what his day-by-day looks like. Keep reading for a few TLS Tips to #FindYourFit from one of the best!
My Wellness Routine
Staying in shape is a priority for me. I am goal-driven and wired for pursuit. Poor health would stop me in my tracks and I don’t enjoy sitting on the sidelines! But, I also don’t want to be pre-occupied with a complicated eating plan. I have to keep it simple. The following guidelines keep me on track with my wellness goals, even during a very busy book tour.
- Protein and Fiber with each meal make losing [and managing] weight no big deal!
- Eliminate/limit the white stuff [bread, pasta, potatoes, rice, and sugar].
This is a typical day of eating for me. It varies, but here are the basics:
- Breakfast: 2 eggs, a side of Canadian bacon, bacon or sausage, avocado and tomato.
- Lunch: A colorful salad topped with chicken or fish.
- Dinner: A side of meat and a plateful of vegetables.
- Snacks: A TLS shake, fruit.
- 64 oz. of water a day.
To learn the specifics of my eating plan, visit www.tlsslim.com/dennisfranks. I adhere to the Rapid Results menu plan, but you can complete the free TLS Weight Loss Profile to discover what you need to manage your weight!
Muscle dictates metabolism – it turns your body into a fat-burning machine. To maintain lean muscle, I do something physical each day. This means either a challenging work out at the gym or some active play – hiking, golf, whatever. You can find the specifics of my workout routine in my new book, The Last Laugh Playbook.
I bathe my cells with nutrients daily. It fills the gaps in my diet and provides the raw materials needed for building and repair. My regimen includes: Anti-aging Isotonix Essentials, Calcium plus, and Resveratrol. I also take supplements therapeutically for cognitive health, joint health, weight management. To learn more about these supplements visit www.isotonix.com/dennisfranks.
Your body and brain needs sleep to refresh and repair. Most of us need a solid 8 hours of sleep, so I try to get to bed at 11 pm and up at 7 am.
These principles are the centerpiece of my wellness plan. Yes, I enjoy an occasional beer, snack or dessert. The key is they are occasional.