Lopez didn't get this body in the gym alone. Disciplined eating is the key.

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Eat frequently, but don't go crazy. "I try to graze all day-like a goat." Lopez says. Grab a couple of healthy snacks between lunch and dinner-a small piece of fruit, a handful of raw nuts, or nonfat Greek yogurt, for example. This will keep your metabolism stoked and prevent you from getting so hungry that you'll eat anything in sight. If you don't plan ahead, you're much more likely to cheat.

Make Smart Choices

Eating often doesn't give you free reign to pick whatever you want. Stick to wholegrains, fruits, or vegetables for carbs.

Keep your proteins lean, like turkey breast, chicken, or fish. And shoot for variety Eating the same thing every day can get boring. As long as your meals are in balance, your calories are in check, and you're eating frequently, you can get away with a late-night snack-just not a candy bar. Haifa frozen banana is a great option before you lie down for the night," Lopez says.

Always Be Ready

Lopez maintains his busy schedule by keeping workout gear on hand at all times. "I always have a gym bag full of clothes in the car with a towel and all my toiletries. My trunk looks like a gym," he says. It's hard enough to get your workouts done, but keeping a change of clothes close by will take away one of your excuses.

"I've got my boxing gear, a basketball if there are hoops around, my racquetball racquets. I'm ready to go."

Cut Yourself Some Slack

"It's good to have occasional cheat days,"

Lopez says. "I love ice cream, pie, and cake." Whatever your favorite treat may be, let yourself have it once in a while. Just don't make it a regular part of your weekly diet. "You can't have it all the time, but take full advantage when you do, so you never feel deprived."


1 tsp canola oil 1 clove garlic, chopped 3 raw shrimp, peeled and deveined V* cup red onion, thinly sliced Y* cup bell pepper, sliced V* cup mushrooms, sliced 1 cup baby spinach V* cup Worcestershire sauce Nonstick cooking spray

1 whole-wheat tortilla

V* cup low-fat cheese, shredded

2 tbsp salsa

2 tbsp nonfat Greek yogurt

Make It

> I Heat oil in a nonstick skillet 2 Add garlic and shrimp, and cook for 1-2 minutes per side. 3 Add vegetables and sauce; cook for an additional 5 minutes; remove to a bowl. 4 Spray the skillet with cooking spray, place tortilla in pan, and top half with shrimp mixture and cheese. 5 Fold tortilla in half and cook for 2 minutes per side, pressing down with a spatula until cheese melts. 6 Serve topped with salsa and yogurt.

Nutritional Breakdown 396calories, 32g protein. 37g carbs. Ug fat. 5g fiber

Recipe from Extra Lean by Mario Lopez and Jimmy Peña

Lopez keeps his diet extremely clean-free of processed foods and excess fats and sugars. Here's a sample menu from a typical day.

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