Late leg session. I never workout this late but after a long day, ain’t no quittin’...duh. ✊🏾🏆💪🏾
DB Stiff legged deadlifts are my favorite exercise for hamstrings. They work wonders for those of us with long legs!
I finally got to meet @possiblepat at the LA Fit Expo. His story has always motivated me to push myself the extra mile. Thanks for being so humble and motivating to everyone around you big man!
Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to accomplish it․ The time will pass either way, make sure you have something to show for it!
Many people think you have to look out for only yourself to get anywhere in life. When in reality I’ve learned it’s quite the opposite. I love the way Zig Ziglar put it years ago.
_ “If you can dream it, then you can achieve it. You will get all you want in life if you help enough other people get what they want.”
Old pic!! (Currently my profile pic) Flashback to Vegas 2016. Best I’ve ever felt. My goal this to be leaner than this and get my waist even smaller! Set goals, stay focused, work hard—-all 2018! 🙌🏾💯✅🏆
🔥Torching Body Fat Pt. 1🔥
The number one thing that has to be in place for anyone to lose weight is nutrition. You have to be taking in less calories than you are expending. Now here's the secret: It. Does. Not. Matter. How. 😲
There is no "special" diet or program that works for everyone. Keto is not the savior of the overweight. Intermittent fasting won't make you burn more calories than any other diet. The reason that something works is because it limits the amount of calories that you are taking in. It really is that simple!
And before you ask, no you can't just eat smaller portions of junk and be healthy. If your eating in a caloric defect and it's all junk you might lose weight but you won't be healthy. Your body needs vitamins and minerals to produce the right amount of hormones for fat loss and to recover from workouts.
All that being said, we're all different. Keto for example may be what your body need to work optimally. You may lose weight eating more carbs. You have find the tactics that work for your lifestyle and your body. In my opinion, easiest mentally is tracking your macros. It gives you the flexibility to eat things that you want (in moderation) and make specific adjustments if progress slows. It takes commitment to get the hang of it but soon becomes habit. If you don't know what macros are or how to track them, DM me and I can explain them more!!
Nutrition is really trial and error and takes time to figure out what works for you. I highly suggest seeking out help if you are struggling! If you have any questions just slide in the DMs!