Turns out that if you spend a full 24 hours studying nutrition you will learn more than your doctor! How can that be? A recent study from the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that a doctor leaves medical school with an average of 23.9 hours of physical training hours!
I’ll be the first to admit that following a STRICT diet for 2 1/2 months without a single cheat is mentally difficult. Physically it is easy and you feel great especially with the steady energy level and sometimes almost too much energy. The most difficult part of it overall is Continue reading
The biggest problem I’ve had is one we all deal with…Not enough time. I have only worked out two days a week for the last month every week except for one. This is definitely limiting my mass gain results and my fat loss results. While the results are slower than I hoped for I have only put in two days a week instead of the three I should be. As for my eating, I have been dead on the whole time. So here’s a flexed look of my back. Definition is slowly rearing its sneaky little head!
Beginning of January
I have been so sore from my workout last Thursday. So this morning I went into the gym with no food and my eyes barely open.
Did a warm up
Deadlifts 2 sets x 5 reps at 295 lbs
Bent Over rows 4 sets x 12 reps at 115 lbs
Pull-Ups 3 sets x 8 reps
I had a really good day last Sunday. For some reason the 285 lbs felt light!
I was able to make it to the gym this morning for the first time since last Sunday. We were blessed with the appearance of the first BLIZZARD I’ve ever seen in Georgia and I’ve lived here my entire life. Lately, between my jacked up left hand the first week of the month and then the inability to get to the gym this week I’m not doing so hot on gaining any mass. So far I’ve done 2, count them, 2 workouts and both were back & bicep workouts.
I am currently sitting at 210 lbs but have jumped around 210 to 212. I believe I am holding onto some water due to the fact that I have not been drinking enough water. This causes your fat cells to retain water even though there is no fat in the cells.
So folks, drink your damn water! It will keep your body from retaining excess weight and will help keep everything working properly (especially your joints).