This is week 4 and it’s going to be a Lite Weight Shocker with the goal being 4 Circuits of 15-20 reps where you should be getting a tuff burn at 15 reps and barely be able to make it to 20 reps. If 15 reps is easy then add heavier weights. If 15 reps is not possible then lighten the weight a bit. Be ready to get your HEART and Muscles Pumpin'!Read More
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Ok, it’s week 3 of this series and time to go back to Heavy Weights. The goal is 5 sets of 5-10 reps with heavy weights where you should be getting a tuff burn at 5 reps and barely be able to make it to 10 reps. If 10 reps is easy then add heavier weights. If 5 reps are not possible then lighten the weight a bit.Read More
AMP or DMBA is a naturally occurring constituent contained in the most consumed beverage on planet Earth which is tea. AMP is proven to be found in the Pouchung Tea by the extensive testing as meticulously outlined below. AMP has been consumed in the food supply by humans for thousands of years in Pouchung Tea and is 100% DSHEA compliant and legal.
USA TODAY, Consumer Reports -- Conspirators in mass Fraud and Deception
By Jack Owoc CEO, CSO VPX Sports
This article is written in response to the recent attacks by USA Today and Consumer Reports (links are posted above) on the dietary supplement industry and an ingredient called AMP. Their unfiltered behavior is a threat to the freedom of all Americans to have access to cutting edge dietary supplements.Read More
** I eat 4000-5000 calories per day before a big race adding fuel and gaining size, 3000-4000 calories per day on normal (non-race prep) days. I weigh 235lbs now. The following Meals & Snacks are spaced out 2-3 hours all day from waking to bedtime.
** To GAIN muscle MASS you need to at least be eating 10 calories per pound of desired body weight at the minimum so if you want to be 210lbs ripped, and that’s fair and logical for your bodytype and frame, then you need to eat at least 200x10 = 2100 calories daily spread out throughout all 7 meals/snacks below.
Last week, for Week 1, I had you go “Heavy” with 5 circuits 5-10 reps but this week I want you to use “Medium” Weights, aim for 4 circuits of 10-15 reps! Your goal should be to be getting muscle pumping burn about 65-75% of the way through each set and barely be able to get a 15th rep because of muscle bursting pumps! Using medium weights will trick the muscles, since they are expecting heavy weights like last week, and you will crush this workout with some serious intensity!
It’s that time of year again, pumpkin everything! Personally this is my favorite time of year, it’s starting to get cool out, football season is back, and we get to cook with an extremely nutritious fruit (pumpkins are actually a type of winter squash). Pumpkin is high in vitamin A, packs a healthy dose of vitamin C, and
Week 1 - (Warm-up before each workout with a 10 minute walk, then stretch the muscles you plan to obliterate!)
This is the second and final article on how to save, plan and pack for an Obstacle-cation. In part 1, we covered budget/planning, must have items, the getaway and a few random tips. Today, we will be discussing suggestions for your rental car, flight and hotel. All of these tips are things that I have learned from my own personal experience with Obstacle-cations.
“On my second lap of the Ultra Beast, I saw the leaves changing. I talked to other racers. I marveled at the views. I paused to watch a hairy yellow and black caterpillar inch across the trail….” Spartan Ultra Beast, 2012
I made these pancakes with just a few ingredients and they turned out moist and delicious!!! The nutrition on these are awesometastic! 30g of protein and 25g of carbohydrates with 6g of fiber. Also a great source of potassium because we used a fresh banana! Under 300 calories breakfast, lunch, or even dinner if you are like me and eat pancakes any time of day.