Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Paris of the Plains
Feedback: 2 reviews
Make sure to get plenty of rest between workouts. "Go home and grow".Gaining strength isn't easy and comes with time (that you don't seem to have).
Try interval training for cardio- bursts of high intensity exercise with periods of light work in between. On the treadmill I like a 5 min warm up, then 1 min at max speed, 1 min rest, repeat for 20 minutes. Added bonus: cardio is done faster. That, with a good diet, will melt the fat away.
For 7 years I've been gaining 10lbs/year eating chicken, eggs and lean beef, like top rounds.
If something hurts don't force it. Manning up and doing a lift that aggravates an injury is worthless when you have to take time off to heal. With your limited time, stick with what doesn't hurt and accept you aren't trying to compete in a strongman.
Damn the cannons, full speed ahead! |
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