Our goal is to help you achieve your fitness and toning goals. Toning your body is an art and science. We’re here to help you every step along the way.

Losing weight continues to be a struggle for many across the world. We realize there are
thousands of weight loss remedies and solutions to consider.

Our mission here at Lean Cut Body is to be a source of inspiration and empowerment for
people of every size, no matter who they are or what they love to do.


When it comes to fat loss, eating in a caloric deficit while staying active is key. Most people make the mistake of either cutting down to ridiculously low calories without actually exercising, or exercising but not watching their diet. Here, we will make exercising fun and staying on the diet simple and easy. 

If you’re looking to optimize fat loss, you should be focusing on: 


Nutrition is likely to be most people’s struggle when it comes to getting in shape. With our lifestyle, it is hard to cook and prep every meal by ourselves, and we do not expect you to do so too. What most people fail to do is understand the type and content of the food they consume, as oppose to controlling the amount of food they eat. Once you have a better understanding of food, you will realize that you have a lot more freedom to eat what you want, and still be on track with your fitness goals.


Proteins are the building blocks of body tissue – it is found in virtually every body part. When it comes to food, the National Academy of Medicine recommends that adults consume a minimum of 0.8g of protein for every kilogram of body weight, or just over 7g for every pound of body weight. Although, much like carbohydrates, what matters most is not the amount of protein but the source. Healthy protein sources include beans, nuts, fish or poultry instead of red meat or processed


Performing some stretches during the day and in between long hours at the desk can help relief some muscle tightness. It is easy for muscle groups such as the chest, and lower body(hip flexors especially) to develop tightness, which results in some form of over-compensation in posture. Over time, the poor posture can lead to muscular imbalances and pain eventually. On top of
strengthening the weaker muscle groups, it is also a good idea to stretch out muscle groups which are tight. Here are 4 stretches that are largely beneficial for long hours at the desk.