Yes recently I was diagnosed with a severe heart condition called neuro cardio genetic and I have been struggling the past year. I was struggling and I didn't know why...I found out a few months ago it was because of that. It was something I was born with but the more intense and no rest and hard dieting I did made my condition really elevate for the worse. I just have been trying to work with my condition so I can make positive steps on achieving my physique goals.
From 1 - 2 hours.
When you push through the 2- 3 month barrier and see those results, why waste the struggle it took you to get there.
Well I make healthy sweet treats, you can have fun in the kitchen and diet. Like I say everything in moderation. Also always switch up your proteins fish, turkey, chicken, even steak, makes it easier as well making your meals fun works the best.
Heather Mae, and Jodie Minear is my best friend so I love her.
Monday: Legs (I do high reps and low weight about 5 - 6 exercises)
Tue: Shoulders (Same High rep low weights about 4 exercises) Abs
Wednesday: Glutes & Back (Same High Rep low weight about 4 exercises for glutes and 3 for back)
Thursday: Cardio/ Abs (3 exercises 50 reps each)
Fri: Glutes (Same about 4 exercises for glutes)
(Everyday is Cardio day except my Off day and my workout structure will change for every show.) Cardio is about 45 - 50 minutes a day. )
Lots of halibut sashimi & brown rice, chicken & brown rice, protein shakes and then when I’m not in a rush I create my healthy treat meals.
It's always easier to eat the boring meal when you’re rushing and hungry.
I am not supposed to use any supplements besides protein because of my heart except vit. C and multi Vit. I use a bunch of different protein powders right now from proto whey, BSN, Betty lous and I just like to mix them up depending on how I feel and my diet.
Focus on plyometrics and HIIT training for best results.Take it from someone who did it.
Get tone, fit and lean.
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