April 2007, I went to VA to for about 3 months. 2 months of my stay my cousin who’s a Marine took me to Marine Core Base Qauntico where he kicked my butt in the gym 4-5 days of the week and I’ve been going hard in the gym ever since. But a part from that I’ve always been into sports and fitness since a little boy, from basketball, soccer, volleyball, football, Track & Field (Long Jump), Taekwondo and weight training from time to time.
The results I’ve been attaining through training myself have kept me motivated and the notion that my physique will only get better year after year if I continue to train hard keeps me consistent.
I spend anywhere from 1-2 hours in the gym
5 meals and I keep them real simple, breakfast consists of egg whites, oatmeal, 1 scoop of whey (with water). The other 4; lean ground beef, ground chicken, salmon, sweet potatoes with either broccoli, asparagus or spinach.
I do calorie count and I measure my food by the ounce, just to ensure I’m getting what I need portion wise to maintain or go up in size.
Ahh mann!... I’m guilty of having a sweet tooth but when I’m in shredding mode, the most sweets I’ll have is crystal light flavored water, as for salt I tend to be sensitive to it during the cutting process. When in bulk mode I try to keep the junk to 2 days of the week, 1 cheat meal each day and maybe some sweets here and there.
Since I’ve started training seriously it’s mainly been to keep myself in good shape and health. Who knows maybe one day I’ll do I bodybuilding show, until then it will just be for my own good.
To become a reputable world-renowned personal trainer and nutritionist in the fitness industry.
Ronnie Coleman, Flex Wheeler and Kevin Levrone
Look up “Matthew 6:33”. It’s helped me to get where I am now, I challenge anyone to put it to the test, and I guarantee you won’t be disappointed.