Lee Labrada's 12-Week Lean Body Trainer
Lee Labrada's 12-week training program is for anyone—man or woman, beginner or advanced—who is ready to work hard, train smart, and achieve a dream lean body. The program has everything you need to burn fat, sculpt muscle, and get fit. It includes daily workouts, a full nutrition plan, recipes, and more. Start getting leaner and stronger today with fitness expert Lee Labrada!
Get lean in 12 weeks with the Lee Labrada Trainer!
Watch The Video - 02:32
Step 1 /// Watch The 4 Overview Videos Before Starting Day 1
Step 2 /// Get The Tools To Help You Succeed!
Step 3 /// Receive Daily Inspiration
Make the most of the next 84 days. Sign up now to receive motivational and encouraging emails to help you through every day of the Lean Body Trainer!
Attention Google Mail/Gmail Users: To make sure you receive Bodybuilding.com emails, please check your junk box after sign up and star messages from Bodybuilding.com. This will help ensure future delivery.
Step 4 /// Get Started!
Meet Your Trainer /// Lee Labrada
Bestselling author of The Lean Body Promise, former IFBB Mr. Universe, and founder of Labrada Nutrition, Lee Labrada wants to share his fitness secrets with you. He has trained thousands of people using his foolproof Lean Body method to achieving the body of their dreams in 12 weeks!
In fact, he once helped an entire city get into shape. Once known as the fattest city in America, Houston, Texas had a weight problem. Lee Labrada helped implement an initiative called Get Lean Houston. 18 months later, Lee Labrada appeared on the Today show with Matt Lauer to break the news that Houston was no longer the fattest city in America!
With years of body transformation experience, Lee Labrada is going to get you into the best shape of your life!
- Follow This Discussion by:
Loving the program so far!
One concern though, I can't go to the gym on Saturdays (Im at work the whole time they're open).
So when a workout day falls on a Saturday how should I fix that?
Do modified versions at home. If you can't because of the exercises required (leg day), switch that day with a different one (short cardio day).
Switch the weight days with a short cardio day if necessary.
Great advice from both Rockstar0313 and Mserussell.
Switching around workout days is a great idea. You can do cardio or a home workout on Saturdays.
The fact that you are concerned about fitting in your workout means you are well on your way!
All the best!
I really felt so good after one week body feels weigh lighter then it did be 4 seems like now is the time for them dead muscles to wake up n hit the ground hard. So if any 1 can give me suggestion for the protein because i am a vegetarian n which source should i use to gain protein besides protein powder?
Nuts, Quinoa, Chickpeas, Black Beans and tofu. I think those are your best bets.
I eat quinoa as a side all the time in addition to black beans and nuts (unsalted) are a snack of choice.
hope that helps
Thank you Maverick0023, you are 100% right with your recommendations.
im a vegan..u can use pea , brown rice or plant based protein powders if u like ie Vega ....other wise just stick with your bean faux meats and tofu..nuts in small amounts and yes of course quinoa
I will be starting this program with my roommate on the first of the new year. Work is doing a company wide biggest loser and I want to win it.
To be honest though I am just tired of being tired. I do not want to look at other people and wish I was in shape like they are. I shall treat my body like my work and earn a healthy life.
Can't wait to get this bad boy started
i am confused about the meal plan... im planning to increase my macros by 150-200(above maint) for a lean bulk.. with which my carbs come to 350 and protein 148..but on the website it says i need to consume 224c, and 148p :( i want to start this program but this confusion is stopping me
You can still gain lean muscle while following the recommended carbs and protein amounts from the Nutrition Overview page.
Give this a try for 6 weeks. If you feel you need more energy throughout the day you can increase your macros by 200 calories at this point.
Hope this has helped.
All the best.
lean muscles is all about eating more than your maintenance calories... but eating 224c ,148p (in my case) that is just 2100 calories.. im very confused about the meal plan... ideally for a bulk i should eat around 2540 calories with 353c, 148p.. what to do? i want to start this program, will do it once i get this cleared...
I started to wonder exactly the same thing! For the muscles to grow they need rest right?
You are correct certain muscle groups do need ample amounts of time up to 48 hours for rest.
That is why the program is built the way it is.. You are not working the same muscle group more then 1 time in a 48 hour period.
Cardio after the workouts will not need more then 12 hours of rest to be fully recovered with this program.
Happy lifting fellas!
I've been following this program for 2 weeks now and I started to wonder if there should be a day were you rest? I mean the muscles need to recover? Or do you count the cardio days as rest? Am I thinking wrong here? Let me know what you think!
Check out the answer above brother.
Trust in the program.... there has been a lot of thought that has gone into each exercise, rep, set and cardio session to optimize the best results for you
Thanks for the question Sebb92
Good eye for detail. You may not be working these muscles directly, but this doesn't mean they are not heavily used in other exercises.
Your traps and forearms wont be forgotten follow along with the program and you will see them grow!
All the best.
Started this program today to prep for a judo tournament, only concern I have got at the moment is the times I finish judo training on a Monday, how would I fix this in the workout program? secondly, when I go away for the 4 days for my tournament, I don't think I will be near a gym. little worried about this.