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The Bachelor’s Sam Wood reveals the ‘biggest mistake’ people make when getting in shape

The Bachelor’s Sam Wood reveals the ‘biggest mistake’ people make when getting in shape

Personal trainer Sam Wood has revealed the simple mistake people make when they are trying to get in shape.

The former Bachelor star, 40, told TV Week, that making small changes each week, and having a good balance of food are essential.

‘The biggest mistake people make is trying to do too much at once,’ Sam said.

Revealed: The Bachelor’s Sam Wood (pictured) has revealed the ‘biggest mistake’ people make when getting in shape

He continued: ‘Making small and positive changes every week is a much better way to do it. If it’s not sustainable, it won’t work.’

Sam also said it’s important to eat ‘a good source of healthy protein, some complex carbs and good fats’.

The fitness expert also recommended ‘shopping in one or two batches throughout the week with specific meals in mind’.

Balance: He said that making small changes and having a good balance of food are essential as 'the biggest mistake people make is trying to do too much at once'

Balance: He said that making small changes and having a good balance of food are essential as ‘the biggest mistake people make is trying to do too much at once’

It comes after Sam shared his guide to getting your pre-lockdown figure back, now that COVID-19 restrictions have lifted and many are starting to re-focus on their diet and fitness.

‘Moving your body in some way every day is most important,’ Sam told FEMAIL.

‘It doesn’t matter how and when – but it is good to mix it up, rather than doing the same workout each day.’

Tips: It comes after Sam shared his guide to getting your pre-lockdown figure back, now that COVID-19 restrictions have lifted and many are starting to re-focus on their diet and fitness

Tips: It comes after Sam shared his guide to getting your pre-lockdown figure back, now that COVID-19 restrictions have lifted and many are starting to re-focus on their diet and fitness

Sam, who launched his 28 By Sam Wood program in 2016, also said eating a healthy diet is key to getting your body back on track.

He said he likes to make meals that are both ‘easy to make and high protein, rich in vitamins and low in carbs’. 

Sam also revealed he loves to take supplements because he thinks they give a major boost to his health and overall well-being.

‘At the moment, for me it’s all about good quality protein powder after a workout or in my morning smoothie,’ he said.

Advice: Sam, who launched his 28 By Sam Wood program in 2016, said eating a healthy diet is key to getting your body back on track

Advice: Sam, who launched his 28 By Sam Wood program in 2016, said eating a healthy diet is key to getting your body back on track

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