As promised, this week I’m bringing you the third version of the workout I did a few weeks ago with the girls. This is the medium difficulty edition and it looks like this:
Part two of ‘How to get sexy – the action plan’, and as promised here is the ‘lighter’ version of last weeks monster workout:
Today we start on the roadmap to lean and sexy!
Last week’s post about females, training and what I think is sexy seemed to cause a slight stir. Some people questioned my opinions, but the majority were in agreeance. This short letter in particular from a female client of mine is a great example:
After the relative disaster that was the emu last week, you wouldn’t be wrong in thinking I came into this week slightly apprehensive about my next meat challenge.
Sure I cook meat all the time and generally do a bang up job, if I do say so myself, but something like that, especially when you broadcast it to many, can take a big chunk of your confidence.
Lately I’ve been sharing some stories of how I train, how it works for me and how it can work for you too. I am by no means directing this at any one group in particular; although I’m aware it will most likely resonate with guys in terms of getting lean and putting on muscular size. However, what I’m saying is: this is for everyone.
Last week I spoke about Intermittent Fasting (IF) and how it has worked for me, in conjunction with a healthy diet and lifestyle. Over the first part of this year I managed to maintain a low body fat percentage, around 9%, and at the same time increase lean muscle by over 2kg. IF certainly played a role in this, however, it was not the only factor at play.
Last week I touched on the reflection point I have reached so far this year. In which I contemplated my health and some of my more strongly rooted reasons for seeking great health.
My mother being a constant source of inspiration for me, drives me to think about my health and do my best not to take it for granted. One of the things I use as a measure of this is a DEXA scan, which shows your bone density as well as overall body composition.
I’m beginning to realise that even though I generally loathe lame unintelligent puns in my newspaper headlines, I just cannot help kicking off with some word play in this blog. This week I am of course referring to the cockroach of the sea; Prawns.