Hello, readers! Happy Tuesday!
If you do any type of research out there about fat loss, bodybuilding, and nutrition in general, you’ll discover as I have that there are so much conflicting information that it is really hard to figure out what is right. I’ll help you out. It’s all individual.
Your body will react to some supplements better than others. Your body will react to different kinds of workouts better. Your body will react to different diets better. Or your body will not react to these things. You have to get in the gym, examine your diet, get the core supplements and go from there. It really is this simple.
To lose weight you have to eat less than your body burns. To gain weight you have to eat more than it burns. Some of what is called a “caloric deficit” is caused by the exercise you do each day.
Now that I’ve said that, there are some great folks in the industry to at least try. The first person I would recommend is Dr. Jim Stoppani (www.jimstoppani.com). Another guy I would take a view of is Kris Gethin (www.kagedmuscle.com). There are others out there, but I would recommend starting with these two to begin your bodybuilding or transformation journey. They will both offer you some great advice and provide a good selection of workout routines to keep you busy.
Ok. Here’s today’s workout!
Back and Calves
Warm-up: 35×20; 45×12; 70×8
Working: 80×6; 90×6; 100×6
Seated Rows: 140×6; 160×6; 180×6
Close-Grip Lat Pulldown: 140×6; 160×6; 200×6
Barbell Shrug: 205×6; 255×6; 295×6
Leg Press Calve Presses: 208×6; 298×6; 348×6; 368×6; 388×6; 388×6
As you can see above, I again have more weight to add. Calves are in a holding pattern at 388lbs because my form was a little weak. I’ll stick with this for another week or so, but will be starting at 368lbs next workout as a warm-up set.
That’s it for today folks!
See you tomorrow!