When I step in the gym, it's mine for the taking. To me it doesn't matter how much you can lift. It's the level of intensity you bring into my environment. Also remember to drop your ego at the door. Everyone has different goals. Judging is for insecure people. Leave that shit at home.
Succesful Sunday meal prep!
I was really getting tired of wasting money on food that I knew didn't support my fitness goals. Not to mention the mental energy spent on making food choices and having to guess what the macronutrients breakdowns were. #iifym
Solution? Cook, weigh and measure, then portion it out. Biggest money and time saver during a busy week.
We take too many things for granted. We always tell ourselves that they will always be there.
We undervalue who is actually listening to us, who cares about us, who stood with us on our darkest days.
Always be thankful. For what days lie ahead could prove to be our toughest without that person in our corner. You were given a blessing, blessed beyond measure.
2015, 2016, then photos from today 2017. All taken around the same time in each year. By 2015 I'd already been lifting for about a year and a half to 2 years, but that was the year I started training a bit more seriously. I love bodybuilding, man. I respect bodybuilding. I respect the effort and the time that it takes to get from one point to the next, especially the time. Recently I've come across people who haven't been training very long and decide to jump on gear. I feel like they don't have respect for the process. They put in half ass, once a week training sessions and just let the drugs do the work. All these kids are just in a rush to get on stage at the next show so they can say they've competed. I'm realistic with myself. I have no desire to compete right now because I know I'm not ready for that, and I'll be damned if I brought a shit package to a show. I know it seems like I'm hating and talking shit, but it's all true. I train hard, harder than many, and the proof is all in the results I've gotten. My size and strength have improved greatly since I started lifting a little over 4 years ago. I'm still improving and I'm still learning, patiently though. I enjoy this journey and I take pride in doing this all naturally. Not at all hating on people who are on gear, however I do hate on people with shitty work ethics looking to take the easy way to the top.
Anyway, for the past month or so I started hitting pretty much everything twice a week, sometimes more and I'm already noticing a difference both in size and strength. Trying to improve my lats the most so I can look like I'm hitting a lat spread when I'm relaxed lol. They're starting to pop a bit more and it shows in the pics. I can't wait to see what the rest of this year brings!👍🏽💪🏽
Had a SICK arm pump💥 after doing my favorite bicep and delt superset. Decided to take a picture and it turned out pretty awesome👌🙌
This was at the end of the Upper Body workout of my week. My week consists of two full body days, one upper, and one lower day. I really feel like this schedule allows me to hit maximum strength and gives me full recovery time.
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Shameless gym bathroom mirror selfie, repping my #rethinkprotein shirt 🌱💪🏼
Wearing apparel like this in a public place is my message, proving to others you do NOT need animal and animal products to gain muscle and that you can not only survive, but thrive on a diet consisting of plants 🌱🏃🏼🗻