So what have I been up to since my recent competition....??
Loosing all my shreds by the looks of it! 👀🙈
This wasn't a mistake. In fact it was my intention to return to a much more sustainable and healthy body fat % so that I could begin my off season. Yes I have indulged a lot since being on stage in August! But this is all part of returning to normality. The sacrifices made to get so lean for a show must be rewarded afterwards - providing you can control yourself!
What's next? Time to lift some heavy a** weights! Make some realistic and quality gains (muscle size and density) whilst maintaining a moderate amount of cardio to stay healthy and prevent my body fat going too high with the considerably larger quantity of food! .
Planning on stepping on stage this year? Or just interested in diet and training plans bespoke to you for building muscle and burning body fat?
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Step 1 in finishing your basement: buy a saw.
Step 2 and 3 include pizza and beer, maybe not in that order.
Looking forward to this project that should keep me busy for a year or two!
Progressive overload does need to be a focus in productive training, but it can't be the sole focus. Work to be better at every variable through a repetition.
- Controlling the shift from the negative portion of a repetition to the positive.
- Keeping tension on targeted muscles (loaded) through entire set.
- Controlling the tempo.
- Reaching failure without a break down in form.
As you work to get stronger at each exercise, work on these things as well. If you are constantly dead set on beating the log book, you're going to start sacrificing what's optimal for physique progress in exchange for numbers. Number don't put you front and center.