One thing that I notice at the gym is the apparent lack of focus on people's workouts. I see people do something different every single day and week. Sadly, this is not the best way to get results. "Shocking" your muscles is not the answer, and randomly working out is just a "guess" on your results. Don't leave your results to chance...
In 2014, I did my last competitive bodybuilding show and placed 5th out of 12 participants. Some may have been upset with that, but I wasn't. The other competitors looked excellent, and I was pleased to have placed in the top 5. The prep went great, and I was the leanest I had ever been! That being said...
Do you find it difficult to see your own results when trying to lose fat? If so, it might actually cause you to fall off of your diet plan. That is why being able to objectively measure your progress is one of the key factors to keeping motivation high while losing weight. In this article I go over the primary methods I use for my clients to measure progress.
There is so much information out there that it can be extremely hard to know what to do in regards to your nutrition and exercise. Sadly, much of the information you read is false. In this article, I am going to go into detail on the principle of fat loss, how it occurs, and how you can set yourself up for success.