Scott Disick has a much more defined physique than people give him credit for.
Scott Disick, the boyfriend and baby daddy of reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian, is no stranger to fitness. Recently, Scott altered his fitness routine and diet regimen to be more healthy and fit. He’s even got the abs to show for it! Disick likes to workout for at least 45 minutes a session, three to four times a week, focusing on one or two muscle groups at a time. The fact that he keeps his workouts under an hour is beneficial. Research has shown that training for over an hour may release cortisol, a stress hormone that can reduce protein synthesis and prevent muscle growth, in addition to keeping more body fat instead of burning it off. Exercising three to four times a week ensures that you are consistently training and having enough rest days.
You should aim to have one rest day for every two training days and that’s exactly what Disick does. Recovery time is important because this is the time that the body adapts to the stress of exercise and the real training effect takes place. It also allows the body to replenish energy stores and repair damaged tissues. Since Scott works one to two muscle groups each session, he is able to effectively hit all the major muscle groups, providing enough time to properly stimulate the body muscles.
Scott Disick graced the cover of Men’s Fitness, which proves he is more than just a Kardashian boyfriend.
In terms of his diet regimen, Disick focuses on a diet light on carbohydrates and heavy on fish with brown rice and vegetables. He is very lean and you can contribute some of that to his diet habits, especially the fact that he is keen on cutting out carbs. Carbohydrates are what put on weight and you should always limit the carbohydrates you eat. Also, many carbohydrates are just empty calories that provide little to no nutritional value. When Disick does consume carbs, he makes sure they are good for him. For example, he prefers brown rice. Even though brown rice is high in carbohydrates, it is very nutritious. Brown rice has more nutritional value than white rice since it is a whole grain that includes the germ and bran, which provides fiber, protein, vitamins and minerals that lack in refined white rice. He also consumes vegetables, which we all know are good for you. He also likes to eat a lot of fish, which is very low in fat and carbohydrates and high in protein, making it a perfect meal for daily protein requirements.