Need to change up your chest day routine? Give this variation a try. .
I know it might look out of place sitting at an angle holding the seat but if you want to target that inner chest this will do it. I like to focus on those slow negatives.
Aesthetics vs Massthetics.
The picture on the left I was cutting down for a competition at the end of June weighing 177lbs around 8% body fat.
On the right was in December when I was bulking weighing 190lbs. Body fat not too sure.
The difference between the two is a low carb vs high carb diet. I wanted to see how fast I could put on size while still monitoring my body fat. Carb cycling is nothing new. I've found it to be a good approach
You know it's a good arm day when you struggle to get a clear selfie. Also decided I need to switch up gyms seems how the dumbbells weren't heavy enough at the old one. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.. seriously tho. I hope you guys have a good Saturday.
Woke up this morning feeling some kind of motivated maybe it's all the Olympics I've been watching or just my goals for 2018 are starting to come together. Gaining momentum either way. One of my goals for 2018 is to bring more workout videos to my page. What would you like to see more of on my page?
Want a thicker back? T-bar rows are a great exercise for overall back development. I use it a lot with my back workouts and just like any exercise form is important to target the right muscles. You want to keep your knees bent, hinge at the waist with your back straight and lean forward! Let me know how it goes for you.
Rise and grind!
Hope you guys are hitting your goals. Today I worked calves, shoulders, and abs. I usually just hit 2 muscle groups a day but I've been focusing on working my calves 2-3 times a week along with other lagging muscle groups to bring them up. I think it's important if you want to build a symmetrical look to work certain muscle groups more frequently. Don't get me wrong it's a safe bet to work everything once a week if your not sure where your dominate areas are. #enjoythejourney
This was my workout. Give it a try!
4x12 smith machine calf raises
3x12 seated calf raises
4x12 rear delt cable crossover
4x12 reverse machine flys
3x12 side laterals
3x12 dumbbell shoulder press
3x12 barbell shoulder shrugs
3x12 hanging leg raises
3x12 mason twists
Being grateful takes thought and reflection. It gives you a positive perspective. Be grateful for everything in your life, even your challenges. There's always something to learn from them. Its easier said then done I know.
Don't just tri and get bi or your going to get trap and delt with.
There's some truth to that though, I think when it comes to setting New Years fitness goals it's easy to set high goals and be motivated to reach them but then only put minimal effort in to attaining them. My advice don't allow yourself to become discouraged after 2 weeks of lifting with little results. It takes about a month for you to notice changes 2 months for family and 3 months for friends. Set small goals as well that will motivate you not only through January but the rest of the year too. It's about changing your mindset not just your body. Make 2018 your year! 📷 @royaleaglesagency
A man who's afraid to be criticized will never be recognized .
I never use to post on social media that much. I didn't really see the value in it but the truth is I'm just doing me and focusing on my goals trying to inspire people along the way to live a healthier life. 2017 has been a good year and it's not over yet. Now it's time to celebrate the holidays🎄🥘🍰🥂