"No one said this would be easy, just know that nothing beats the feeling of accomplishment." - Unknown
My first full week back in Nashville was tough. The traveling really wore me on that Sunday after Thanksgiving. That day started out with morning cardio then right after I got cleaned up I had what was supposed to be a 6hr road trip turned into 9hrs due to the traffic and horrible weather conditions. When I got in town I was completely exhausted but I had another cardio session to do. For the remainder of the week I was still feeling very fatigued from the increase in cardio but despite all of this all of my weight training sessions were great. My strength is still where it was when I was weighing 229 (heaviest I got during this process working with Hany) Now that I'm down to 216lb. I even was stronger on a couple of lifts during my chest session. That is a HUGE change for me because anytime in the past when I've tried to get into top shape my strength would always drop quickly and I would fill flat all the time. This is definitely the hardest I've ever worked for ANYTHING in my life. In between my workouts and training my clients I've been averaging two 20-30 minute naps daily. Right now my metabolism is crazy fast. I'll eat my meal and about 45 minutes afterward I'm hungry again. I can see changes happening very quickly now in my condition and I can't wait to be more shredded than I ever have been!
EVERYONE KEEP PUSHING HARD AND TRAINING YOUR ASS OFF. MENTALLY GO INTO EACH TRAINING SESSION WITH THE MINDSET THAT THIS SESSION IS ANOTHER STEP TOWARDS YOUR GOALS SO MAKE THE MOST OF IT AND LEAVE EVERYTHING YOU HAVE IN THE GYM!
"You will never know your limits until you push yourself to them." - Unknown