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ENERGY LEVEL:
Average
SELF RATING:
7/10
EXERCISES / SETS
10 / 25
EXERCISES
10
SETS
25
WORKOUT TIME
01:16
hr min
CARDIO TIME
00:27
hr min
WEIGHT LIFTED
5,997.5 Lbs.
MissMonicalicious-IG:Moonlight1973
Moonlight1973

updated her Fit Post.

Aug 25, 2016

Keep killing it...fasted cardio, abs and delts...(left hip is still very bad just updating fyi) xoxoxo 💋
1 minute ago |
Perry
PerryStigall

updated his Fit Post.

Aug 25, 2016

Chest and back!! Post injury pics. Can tell ive been off a while. Guess im working on my winter coat!! 😁
2 minutes ago |
Lance Walters
Lance333

updated his Fit Post.

Aug 25, 2016

Back into it and man i am sore.. Super excited to have all my stuff set up after moving and being delayed. This will be a painful first week or to lifting again but well worth it.
3 minutes ago |
Travis
ironskoog2

updated his Fit Post.

Aug 25, 2016

Crank up your carbohydrates. Carbs work with protein, creating a hormonal environment conducive to growth. They help the process of transporting amino acids from food into your muscles so they can be made into new muscle tissue or used to repair tissue damaged during training, and they are stored in your muscles as glycogen, a powerful energy source. Start with 2 g of carbs per pound of bodyweight each day. But, unlike protein, split this over your first five or six meals of the day, dropping carbs from your last meal or two of the day. Thus, a 180-pounder should eat 60-72 g of carbs at each of his first five or six daily meals, with minimal carbs after that. Adjust your carbs at key points of the day. Follow the “2 g per pound rule” for two or three weeks. Then, if your results are lagging, bump up your carb intake at two critical junctures: the first meal of the day and after training. By the fifth week, if you haven’t seen improvements, boost your carb intake to a total of 2 1/2 g per pound of body weight daily. Increasing carbs at breakfast, when they’re coupled with protein, helps put a stop to the protein breakdown that occurs during the last two or three hours of sleep and kick-starts your metabolism. (Contrary to common misconceptions, an elevated metabolism actually increases muscle growth.) Boost your carb intake at breakfast and after your workouts by 50%. For example, if you were eating 60 g at breakfast, increase it to 90 g.
3 minutes ago |
ENERGY LEVEL:
Pumped Up!
SELF RATING:
10/10
EXERCISES / SETS
8 / 15
EXERCISES
8
SETS
15
WORKOUT TIME
01:14
hr min
CARDIO TIME
00:30
hr min
WEIGHT LIFTED
6,865 Lbs.
Derek Klingel
Derekklingel

updated his Fit Post.

Aug 25, 2016

You have what it takes, but it is going to take everything you've got. Trust your gut.
3 minutes ago |
Michele Maynard
momatutu

tracked the workout: Glutes

AUG
25
2016
WORKOUT LOG:
Glutes
ENERGY LEVEL:
Tired
SELF RATING:
9/10
EXERCISES / SETS
12 / 17
EXERCISES
12
SETS
17
WORKOUT TIME
00:44
hr min
CARDIO TIME
00:00
hr min
WEIGHT LIFTED
2,690 Lbs.
Joe DiLisio
ramseycat

added a new profile photo.

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Pose:
Other
Weight:
-- Lbs.
Body Fat:
--%
Date Taken:
Aug 25, 2016
4 minutes ago
Alicia Guzman
Alicialivelife

updated her Fit Post.

Aug 25, 2016

Sometimes after a workout I get bruises ☹️ that's normal and ok right??? Pay no mind to my stretch marks 😆. Tried posting this in my picture but not going through 😩 never works
4 minutes ago |
Jennifer
jngeronimo

updated her Fit Post.

Aug 25, 2016

Eating outside so nobody complains 🐟
5 minutes ago |
ENERGY LEVEL:
Pumped Up!
SELF RATING:
10/10
EXERCISES / SETS
9 / 29
EXERCISES
9
SETS
29
WORKOUT TIME
01:16
hr min
CARDIO TIME
00:00
hr min
WEIGHT LIFTED
45,050 Lbs.