As my goal is achieving maximal productivity, training less but right is all I strive for. This can be only achieved by investing more in health, quality of workouts and regeneration. And timing is everything. Continue reading “Timing is everything.”
We have been recently demonstrating 2h a week gym concept, now it is time for some progress. 5 months ago, I started training for 1h a week and constantly progressing with regeneration, strength, and performance. Although, I do not see noticeable changes in physique probably due to fact that, I am natural, my genetics sucks (hard gainer) and our bodies get best at 30s. I also do not strive for big muscles but more efficient fitness, better health, performance, and strength, as it helps me to deal with day-to-day challenges (mentally, physically). Continue reading “Bodybuilding in 1 Hour.”
To get things straight, I am still on ketogenic diet (15 months) and still enjoying it to the fullest. No cravings for sweet neither lack of strength or performance. The process of gaining muscles is often called “bulking” for those not familiar with lifting. There are other ways of gaining muscles, however we focus on efficiency, thus must consider health and safety. It is not about working hard but doing things right and then working hard. Otherwise, training 2h a week would have never been accomplished. You can refresh the benefits of ketogenic diet in reference section. Continue reading “Clean and healthy bulking – Good gains.”
It is not an easy journey to build muscles naturally especially when your genetics or life sucks. Therefore, I reveal you my secret weapon for boosting your energy levels and giving you ideal hormonal balance for better leaner gains. It also helps to prolong life, boost immune system, and improve breathing and cardiovascular health so that we can train intense and heavy! Continue reading “The secret weapon.”
Starting any journey in life without specific plan and willingness to stick to it will most likely fail unless you are one lucky bastard. However, we do not build our success on luck. If you dream big or are in bodybuilding, discipline is must. We have learnt few fundamentals in the first part, now it is time to take it to new heights with more advanced tips. Continue reading “Self-discipline TOP 10.”
I am no special than you, my friends. I stumble, I fall, I get up and again. However, if there is one thing that helped me profoundly in achieving my fitness and health goals, its daily self-discipline through adhering to a specific plan until achieving. I decided to share with you my “Top 10” to pave the way for your fitness goals. Apart from that, I do things aside fitness and health where discipline gives me more opportunities for further growth by learning, adopting and doing things effectively.
Although, adversity is biggest enemy and the best way to deal with unfavourable situations is to purposefully put yourself in them. For me, fitness is more than just a lifestyle and I want constantly progress and help the fitness community which forces me to put myself into positions that give me the shivers 😀 That is when, my discipline is tested to the fullest but I know what I want and I persevere. I also believe, progress without some extent of self-discipline is not possible especially in fitness.
Improved health, strength and performance are achieved through 1h training, twice a week. According to many studies, training less, hard and smart can have tremendous benefits on health, increasing over-all strength and performance.
After 3 years of hitting gym sometimes even twice a day, while attending school, having a job and other necessities, I decided to incline more to efficient approach. I had a few mentors who got me introduced into bodybuilding and work ethic which kept me resilient. After all, it was Dorian Yates who once said, “working hard but correctly” totally influenced the way I perceived every gym arrival and departure.
His heavy high-intensity work-outs crowned him undisputedly 6 times Mr. Olympia in a row, where he was known for his heavy high intense trainings and extreme muscle mass. Although, I would not call it “correctly” as this might vary from individual to individual, yet he made quite a point there.
The whole idea behind training 2h a week is to bring your body into optimal anabolic state where the body gets more productive, not forgetting proper regeneration. The most important thing to achieve anabolic state is consistency as building strong bodies take time under right procedure. The most efficient process applied, will be the one optimally distributing energy to bring better performance through better health and achieve better regeneration relevant for muscle and strength growth. Continue reading “The answer is efficiency.”