For the time being my training
schedule is like this:
Day 1: Chest and Shoulders
Day 2: Front Legs (Quads)
Day 3: Back and Abs
Day 4: Hamstrings and Calves
Day 5: Biceps and Triceps
I try to stick to this routine,
but to be honest, almost every week is different from the other..
For example; I sometimes
only do chest if I don't have enough energy to do both chest and shoulders
that day, and then add shoulders another day, or I make it 6 days that
It doesn't really matter
if I workout 3 days and take 1 off, or if I do 5 days in a row and then
take 2 days off. It all depends on energy and motivation.
In order to stay in shape
even off-season I try to limit my "junk food" and candy-eating to Saturdays.
But unfortunately I'm too fond of eating!! Especially candy and Ice cream!!
So it often ends with more than just one eating-day...
Before a competition I start
diet about 6 months ahead.
First of all I begin eating
more often and smaller meals and get my feet used to all the walking!
I then gradually cut calories
(carbohydrates and fat, I always keep my protein intake high!!) and add
cardio workout. The last 10 weeks I do one hour powerwalk every morning
and 30-60 minutes on the bike after training.
My best weight loss tip is
30-60 minutes power walk before breakfast.
My best weight gain tip
is lots of Ice cream!
I want to give a special
thanks to Jens at Sportnutrition, from where I get my supplements!
(Brands I use: Maximize,
Phytochem and SAN)