Some of us are extremely busy and finding the necessary time to devote to working out can be a daunting task. Although we want to improve our health and fitness, it’s simply not the top priority it may have once been. The following workout has been designed as a lunch break workout for all you busy people out there.
Today, I’m going to go over a simple timeline that will outline what you can expect from a typical weight training program. Mind you, this is for an average progressive weight training program and more or less aimed at beginners who don’t know what to expect.
I need to know roughly what I should eat that is good for what I'm trying to accomplish. I currently have a 38 inch waist and I'd like to get down to a 36 waist. I'm 38 years of age now and I'd like to build muscle mass and get leaner. My question in a nut shell is what I should basically eat on workout days from the post workout shake all the way till I go to sleep.
Is leg training absolutely necessary? This really depends on your goals. I’m not going to say that you absolutely must train legs in order to get into shape or even build a half decent upper body. I know plenty of guys who never trained legs a day in their lives and managed to develop very impressive upper bodies. However...
Chances are, you've walked right by this post workout food in you local Walmart without even thinking twice about it's potential as a post workout food. I will say this, the next time you're in Walmart you better take a look at this stuff becuase it's great post workout food!