posted on Sep, 13 2016 @ 01:15 PM
a reply to: Misterlondon
That pic was from at least 1 year ago, but I've kept up with the same training pretty much for 4 years. I'm probably up a good 12-15 pounds since
then, and my strength has improved significantly. I do 1 really focused leg day a week - squats, lunges, carrying weights while going on the
stairclimber at a slow pace, leg extensions, that sort of thing.
I also do 1 focused chest (and shoulders) day, 1 day focused on back (lat pull down, dumbell rows, deadlifts). I try to fit in one day of just
cardio/conditioning and also throw in abs with 1-2 of my lifts each week.
When I am not working 90 hours a week and can juggle it I will fit in a day for arms, or just shoulders, or some other specific (smaller) muscle
The hardest thing is diet, it's tough to keep up with it, too easy to "cheat" and just cook kielbasa because it's easy but I'm getting better at
preparing well-rounded meals throughout the week and adding in more veggies, I will need to make improvements with this as well though. Kielbasa is
good, but not the best choice for dietary needs, as you might have guess lol