When it comes to diet and exercise, and pretty much anything else in life, I figure: If you do stupid …
We all know, or have been, that person that slashes their calories (and carbs) stupidly low, then embarks on hours of cardio every day, with lifting on top.
For the first couple of weeks you might feel good (hello adrenalin), see dramatic fat loss and believe you’re on the fast track to looking jacked and lean for life.
Then all of a sudden, you’re farting like Satan is inside your anus and trying to escape.
You can’t eat anything without blowing up and looking 6 months pregnant.
You can’t sleep longer than two hours at a time, and you feel most alert when you should be asleep.
You rely on caffeiene to keep yourself alert, and you can’t focus on anything.
You have dropped a lot of scale weight but you don’t look any leaner, and you can’t get a pump if your life depended on it, and
As soon as you start eating normally again, you seem to accumulate bodyfat and weight overnight.
Didn’t sleep well last night? Didn’t sleep well for most nights?
Haven’t slept well since forever?
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Six weeks ago I began a ketogenic diet to understand what my client(s) were going through. I wanted to know …
Three weeks ago I started a keto diet for reasons I’ll explain. This blog is simply my experience on it, …
Please say “yes” if you can relate to any of the following: You planned to have your cheat meal on …
I don’t “love” my body in the sense that I think it’s absolutely flawless. There are and always will be …
I started out eating 1150 calories and 40g of carbs per day, and ended up eating 750 and 0g carbs.
I started out training for 90 minutes per day and ended at nearly 2.5 hours 6 days per week.
No matter if you’re after a six pack for Summer or a triple figure squat, you need these essential elements within your training program to achieve victory.