Got to talk with @lionelbeyeke at @goldsgymvenice1
He's less than a week out from the California pro!
Me: Are you gonna do the Olympia this year?
Him: I have to qualify first
I'm doing the California this Saturday
Me: and then the Olympia?
Him: Yes, I want to win and not get their just by points.
Me: champion mindset fuck yeah!😎
Lets get a pic!
Or something like that, i had all my blood in my back rather than my brain at the time!😂😂😂 Have you guys had cool interactions with any pros.
#comment down below please
I wanna hear you'r cool stories!🤗🤗
Workout intensity control is something that must not be neglected and should be part of every training process. The subjective perception of effort has been used as a valid tool to assess exercise intensity during karate training sessions. #karate # training #intensity#recovery
It’s not about the LONGEVITY... The key is INTENSITY 🔥
Hey team - this is scientifically proven - exercise intensity has shown to be more and more important in comparison to exercise duration... This means that you may exercise intensely for 20 minutes and get the same results (Fitness) as if you exercise for an hour at a moderate intensity.
The harder you train, the quicker your body will adapt physiologically to the pressures applied, and the higher your metabolism will be post-training whilst in recovery mode! Don’t get me wrong, if you want to run a marathon, you’ll still have to put in the miles - but for General Fitness - INTENSITY IS #1 🙌
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My coach says we need to feign that we’re not tired even if we’re all gas out. Keeping in that in mind even though My legs and arms are pretty much burning thru since ytd. & today’s Legs day & then a quick 10 minutes jump rope. Slowly transiting to alil more swing and (hopefully) faster speed of footwork & skips !
3 364 hours ago
Last selfie post for a while 😂i prefer to keep my social media more focused on other things but today i hit a milestone. Ok. So milestone today. Now I’m waking up at my pre prep weight of 232 lbs. considering I only dropped just over 20 lbs all prep, this isn’t a massive jump. I started prep lean, and re comped very well through it. So it’s taken me about 4 weeks to get back to that same bodyweight at a much much leaner state. This is where my body was stuck last offseason, so I’m extremely happy that I’ve managed to get back here while staying respectably lean.
My diet hasn’t been perfect. I’ve actually been focused a lot on important things i lost sight of for a while. I don’t ever eat shit food, but I’ve been taking more kf an intuitive approach and just eating according to what I feel like keeping the same nutrient timing and still eating the same foods. Training has not been on a plan, I’ve been doing much more volume to create more metabolic demand to go with the increased cals, and often hit two a days with protein only after my second session of the day. So considering that according to my standards I’ve kind of taken a “break” from the rigidity im used to im ok w how this has progressed. I haven’t had any crazy weight spikes, just a slow steady increase and I know im growing rapidly as condition hasn’t gone to shit yet. And my waistline is staying down so 💁🏻♂️. Goal now is to push into the 240s staying close to this level of condition. The one thing i don’t want is to walk around out of shape and a bloated watery mess.
Once i feel like I’ve maxed out this rebound i will get back in a plan 100%. The original goal was hit the 250s by years end w the same condition i started prep in. The way this is going though I’m thinking the 260s May be in sight.... 😈
I can honestly say I’ve Given about 80% to this rebound. But simply not eating shit all the time, and hitting my normal meals on time seems to have been enough to bring me to a really good spot.