Progress & Goals
LEAN BODY MASS
My Workout Philosophy View My Full Workout Philosophy
My Nutrition Philosophy View My Full Nutrition Philosophy
I eat roughly 6-7 times a day. I dont follow any diet I just eat really healthy.
6 AM - Breakfast -- (Oats, Eggs, Egg whites, Spinach, Whey protein shake or lean ground beaf)
9 AM - Snack -- (Protein Shake, or tuna sandwich)
12 PM - Lunch -- Carbs (brown rice, sweet potatoes, or whole weat pasta),
Protein (Chicken, Salmon, Steak, etc)
Vegetables (Broccoli often, peas, spinach... green vegetables mostly)
3 PM - Snack -- Protein shake w/ rice cakes and peanut butter
6 PM - Dinner -- See Lumch
9 PM - Snack -- We have something here in Sweden called Kvarg, it's a type of yoghurt with 0.3% fat
and 12g protein per 100g. It's cheap and has lots of protein in it. I eat alot of that.
Before Bad - Casein Shake
- No carbs after dinner
- 30g of protein w/ every meal
My Supplement Philosophy View My Full Supplement Philosophy
I try to keep it as clean as possible, but some supplements are a must...
I take Whey Protein in the morning sometimes if I'm late, otherwise I just make my eggs with ground meat and oats.
As a preworkout I like MPs Assault, but at the moment I'm just making my own pre-workout. I'm mixing 1/2 scoop Whey, 1/2 scoop Casein, Creatin, Beta Alanine. It works and you don't really need more.
Post workout I blend 1dl Vitargo (must have those fast carbs right after training), 1 scoop Whey, 1 scoop Casein, BCAAs, and a blend of Creatin and Glutamine.
I take Fish Oils and Multivitamines twice a day with breakfast and dinner.
Before bed I drink my Casein w/ water if you're wondering. Stay away from milk!!
My Motivation Philosophy View My Full Motivation Philosophy
I just love doing this, that's motivation enough. That and looking at old pics of me...
Don't know really what to write here. I don't look at training as something extra in my life, I look at it as something I have to do. With that fact alone my motivation is always at the top. I plan my week around my training so I can make sure I get in each and every workout. I'm sure you've heard this before, but there are seriously no excuses you can come up with to skip training, none. zilch!!
If your motivation ever starts to waver just remember why you started in the first place. Look at old pics of yourself or watch some motivational videos, read a training article and learn something new, etc etc.
With that in mind go now and do what you love...