You either want results or you don’t. There is no middle ground. It’s going to take some work and discipline. But everyone can have great results.
Heavy lifting with cardio/conditioning is necessary. Lifting heavy stimulates the muscles to give you more muscle. And simply put, the more muscle you have, the more calories you burn in a day.
You need to be disciplined in your nutrition. I’ll help anyone get on track, but the second you tell me it’s not working without addressing your nutrition, I’m throwing the bullshit flag. In this journey, you need someone who is going to be straight with you, not someone that’s going to enable bad habits.
Have a cheat meal. This will help you stay on track. And is actually good for your body.
A little over 5 months separate the pictures above. On the left was February 5, 2018. I’m ringing the PR bell for running my fastest 5k time. I was loosely tracking macros, thinking “I know what I’m doing...” without having results.
I changed things up a bit nutritionally and with my training. I’ve focused more on my strongman training, lifting more. And dialed in my nutrition. I’m on a caloric deficit for a bit, likely until around August 1st. Then I’ll turn up the carbs a bit to pack on some muscle while I get closer to my competition.
You CAN do this. It will NOT be easy. But the 5 month older you will thank you for getting your ass in gear.
Need some help, dm me. I’ll be happy to help you along your journey. 💪💪
I think the videos in my story need a little explanation. Early this morning another officer arrested a bicyclist for possession of heroin. He asked Ofc Lance Armstrong (it’s not really his name) to bring the bike to HQ because he has a full cage. Well Ofc Armstrong did not have a full cage and there would be no way to fit the bicycle in the rear of the SUV. So Ofc Armstrong said “I’m gonna ride it in”. I asked him if he was serious and he said yes. I called him an idiot because we weren’t that close to HQ and that is probably the crappiest bike on the planet. So he set off on his journey and what better a soundtrack to motivate him than Rocky IV. So instead of leaving this guys bicycle on the side of the road to probably get stolen, Ofc Lance Armstrong rode it 15 miles to HQ in a fine showing of community policing 💪🏼. I was trying to coordinate a heroes welcome when we finally arrived at HQ but only one person showed up. .
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