Sometimes motivation can be hard to get, especially on those low carb days were you feel like your soul has been sucked out of your body and you don’t even want to move. But once I get to the gym I know that this is my passion, my life and job and that I need to inspire myself and others to push even when the light in tunnel is very small.
My motivation is my obsession with being the best I can possibly be! I want to be the best in this sport and I know that if I halfway work myself, there’s always going to be someone killing it harder than me!
Bigger muscle groups first, multi-joint movements first, pre-exhaust a particular muscle group to force recruitment from another, problem areas first when you have more energy, etc, etc. Try one approach for a month then switch, then switch, then switch again. Pay attention and see what YOU respond to and go from there. “T3”— Try, Then Trust!
“I couldn’t tell you how many calories I eat in a day. I’ve found out over the years for me, what matters more, is my intensity in the gym not how strict I am with the diet. I focus more on how hard I’m going at the gym and less on what I’m eating.”
Former US Army Captain and MRI athlete Kyle Clark sits down with Fitness Rx For Men to discuss his training philosophy, tips for hard gainers, his favorite mass-building exercises and more.
Since his early teens, Mark Jordan has been involved in just about every physical activity imaginable. Track events in his 20s, bodybuilding competitions in his 30s, road cycling in his 40s, CrossFit in his 50s. The one constant throughout all those decades? Pull-ups.
I can appreciate and respect the effort behind working to be a bodybuilder and a male physique competitor. Both types would certainly catch my eye. Unfortunately, I’ve dated neither type. Where ya’ll at?
I love that fit women are being celebrated. It’s empowering for young women to be able to feel sexy and strong. It’s definitely a visually appealing sport on both the men’s and women’s side.
This gorgeous model knows what it means to work. Her impressive resume includes film, television, modeling, comedy work and being a world-renowned poker pro.
My poison is red wine! And as for how many it takes to get me drunk, three is my magic number. Light weight and a cheap date!
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