Progress & Goals
LEAN BODY MASS
My Workout Philosophy View My Full Workout Program
Lift until you throw up, wait 10 minutes and lift some more!
I train to the absolute maximum my body will allow every day apart from weekends and holidays. No blasting of biceps etc, just warm up with push-ups 3 sets to failure and then pick up the nearest concrete slab and lift until complete failure. Finish up with some heavy carrying 60yds turn around and repeat until failure. This tried and tested workout has seen generations of my family's men develop unprecedented strength and power.
My Nutrition Program View My Full Nutrition Program
I'm a big fan of the Warrior diet, it's easy to maintain and you can basically eat what you want as long as it's good quality food.
5.30am Pre-workout - 250ml semi-skimmed milk.
7.00am Post-workout - 250ml semi-skimmed milk.
Drink plenty of water or calorie free liquid throughout the day.
4 til 8pm - Plenty of lean meat, eggs, vegetables and one portion of complex carbohydrates: eg; 90g rice/pasta.
My Supplement Program View My Full Supplement Program
Uncomplicated. Just how I like it!
I don't take supplements apart from the odd protein bar and sugar-free energy drink when I feel a little lethargic. I eat well and make sure all food groups are covered.
My Motivation Program View My Full Motivation Program
I hate my weak body and that keeps me going!
I never feel big or strong enough and while I can annialate a standard gym weight rack and shoulder press well over 120kg this simply isn't enough! I want to be bigger, stronger and more powerful than the other guy. Getting banned from your local commercial gym for "unsafe lifting practices and scaring clientele with innapropriate noises" is great motivation!
There comes a time in everyone's life when you think about what is really important; appearance or condition. Are you morbidly obese but can run rings around the young crowd? Or, are you shredded but can barely take a brisk walk to the shops without breaking a sweat? Personally I feel that all of us need to take a step back and assess what we truly want from our training and diet. Why is society so aesthetically-minded? Why can't we just accept that we're made a certain way and no amount of... Go to BodyBlog
5.30am Pre-workout - 250ml semi-skimmed milk. 7.00am Post-workout - 250ml semi-skimmed milk. Drink plenty of water or calorie free liquid throughout the day. 4 til 8pm - Plenty of lean meat, eggs, vegetables and one portion of complex carbohydrates: eg; 90g rice/pasta.