Get Your Personalized Diet & Exercise Plan

Take this quiz to find out your body type and get a customized eating plan and exercise/training guide.

All Day Active LIfe
Created by All Day Active LIfe
On Oct 11, 2016

How would you describe your body?

How would you describe your overall energy?

When you're trying to lose weight, how easily do the pounds drop off?

Where do you feel like you carry excess fat on your body?

How quickly do you feel full after eating?

How would you describe your appetite?

When you've lifted weights and participated in weight training, how easy was it for you to gain muscle?

Where is your body the widest?

How would you describe your cravings for sugar and carbs?

How would you describe your back end?

Is your chest wider than your waist?

MESOMORPH (Hourglass Shape)

MESOMORPH (Hourglass Shape)

Your naturally muscular, and it's easy for you to gain muscle with a little bit of weight work. It's important to know just how to mix up your workout routines as your body will adjust fairly quickly to a workout style.

Your diet is fairly moderate, but you'll want to focus on veggies and protein as the main food groups. Trying to avoid processed carbs will help your fitness goals as well.

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ENDOMORPH (Pear & Apple Shape)

ENDOMORPH (Pear & Apple Shape)

You've got a decent amount of muscle, but with the endomorph body-type it can get buried under a layer of fat. You'll find it difficult to shed pounds and gain muscle definition.

Your workouts should include a lot of heavy lifting as well as some circuit training.

Your diet should consist of low-carb veggies and lean protein. Stay away from all sugars (even fruit sometimes) and you'll see your fitness goals come to light.

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http://www.alldayactivelife.com/blog/diet-and-training-for-the-endomorph-body-type

ECTOMORPH (thin frame)

ECTOMORPH (thin frame)

Most people would be envious of your thin frame, but it comes with it's own set of challenges. While you have very little body fat, it's difficult for you to gain muscle mass.

An ectomorph will need to focus on specific exercises to benefit muscle growth without over-training. Steady state cardio should be avoided when focusing on muscle gains.

Diet should consist of 50% complex carbohydrates, 30% protein and 20% healthy fats.

Full diet and exercise plan here: http://www.alldayactivelife.com/blog/diet-and-training-for-the-ectomorph-body-type