Published: May 14th 2020
I was always athletic growing up until my teen years. In my early twenties I had my son and gained some baby weight. I then started home workouts and it grew from there!
I’ve stayed fairly consistent during these times. I have barbells and dumbbells and have managed to make a few things to get a decent workout in. I do find it harder training at home with my toddler right now, it was a lot easier when he wasn’t as mobile!
Find something that motivates you. An exercise that excites you. Maybe a new gym outfit, the hardest part is starting the workout, once you get moving I find it much easier. It’s a mental thing for sure. You can always be motivated. Sometimes it just comes down to discipline.
I do steady-state when I’m prepping for a competition and every other day in the offseason. I prefer doing HIIT cardio because it’s something I enjoy, so I tend to do more of that in my offseason.
Oats, rice, potatoes, sprouted grain bread, chicken, steak, ground beef, Allmax Isoflex protein powder
Sometimes I do when I need a boost in motivation, I listen to everything depending on my mood. Sometimes I workout with out music and just really focus on the mind to muscle connection.
My focus is my shoulders and back right now, my long term goal is to step on the Olympia stage some day.
5-6 days, my current split is back/bis, chest/tris, legs/glutes, shoulders/calves.
Multivitamins, BCAAS, sometimes pre-workout/fat burners, Cytogreens, wheatgrass, protein powder.
Location: British Columbia Canada
Weight: stage - 136lb / off-season - 148lb
Year born: 1994
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