Progress & Goals
LEAN BODY MASS
My Workout Philosophy View My Full Workout Program
My Nutrition Program View My Full Nutrition Program
High fibre, high protein, low carbs.
I wouldn't exactly call it a programme, but this is what I have done in the past and it has seriously helped me out a lot. I prefer to have a high fibre, high protein, and low carbohydrate "diet" plan. 5 meals a day, with maybe a small snack in either before lunch or after. I'm also replacing a meal with a protein shake and 1 or 2 bananas (the bananas in Egypt are grown smaller than in the States).
My Supplement Program View My Full Supplement Program
I've used Body Fortress whey protein the past. I liked it, but I'm going to be taking Optimum Gold Standard 100% Whey powder as a meal replacement post workout. I will also be taking Nutrex lipo-6 Black Ultra Concentrate, as well as Glucosamine Chondroitin MSM, and Dymatize Amino Acids 4800.
My Motivation Program View My Full Motivation Program
School Kids Motivate Me to Be Healthier for my Future Spawn
As a school teacher, especially a young one (I'm 24), I see so much crap kids put into their bodies. Now, sure, I can look at an adult and see what they eat. Hell, I am an adult. I know what goes in and how it was cooked and made, etc. But seeing kids engorge themselves with as much sweets and junk as possible is really disgusting.
There's a boy in Kindergarten who was a little on the heavy side at the beginning of the year. Now, he's bigger, he wobbles, and he's breathing heavier. Granted, he runs and plays just like any other kid, but in the end, you know he's going to have health issues if his parents don't control his eating habits. And he's not the one who is doing this to himself.
As a future parent (whenever that may be), I want to set a good example. I don't want to be this fat piece of lard who just cooks and cleans and does all the mummy things. I want to be active. I want my kids to see what I'm doing and maybe, just maybe, they'll want to get on a treadmill for fun or pick up a dumb bell later in their lifetime. I want them to understand that nutrition doesn't have to taste bad or that being active isn't going to bore you or make you a loser. I want them to embrace a healthy lifestyle and it HAS to start with me.