Questions – 4/30/2012
SORRY FOR THE DELAY ON THIS. I AM BACK TO BEING HEALTHY AGAIN AND THEIR WILL NO LONGER BE DELAYS. THANKS FOR THE CONTINUOUS SUPPORT!
Tyler, it's great to hear about your working your way back to your oldself after neumonia. You continue to be an inspiration no matter what comes your way. Daniel
27 April 2012
Tyler - Thanks for the support Daniel!
Tyler:Don't let the few burden you..you are looking great and on the mend... .Do know you will soon be bigger and better..you have fine lines and good sculpture..YITB...
26 April 2012
Tyler - Thanks for the support Will!
I'm 17, been working out for about 2 years, look almost as good as you. But just got Out of depression w/ binges, any advice to avoid them?
24 April 2012
Tyler - First off that is awesome that you've only been working out for 2 years and at 17 have already built a physique. My advice to avoid binging is don't starve yourself. Have a good meal plan that allows you enough food to not have the urge to binge. Stay positive and try to have other hobbies or interests that doesn't involve the thought of food.
Tyler, For some reason i don't get sore the next day like i use too. I still get awesome pumps when im in the gym. Ive tried everything that i can think of. Ive changed my routine, mixed up my sets and reps, thrown in negatives and drop sets. My diet has not changed other than my carb intake from week to week. Any thoughts or ideas? Thanks man. Stay Healthy Man !
18 April 2012
Tyler - I've gone through the same thing. Don't worry about this. Just because you aren't getting sore doesn't mean you still aren't progressing with gains. Some muscle groups I can never get sore. So don't use DOMS as a sign of progressing or not. Only other suggestion i would say try is drop the weights one day and just really focus hard and get a strong mind muscle connection and squeeze the muscle as hard as you can on every rep. I've done this before as a switch up to the heavier weight and I did get sore the next day.
hey, i just wanna thank you, for your posts nd to my questions that uve taken the time to reply. nd thank you mostly cause ive gain my first 2 kilos and something of muscle. i wanna thank you so much for that. I saw on twitter that uve been sick, its awful to hear that. ive got a cold nd i couldnt do workout for like a week. Nd i felt so frustrated cause your website has kept me so motivated your an inspiration to me nd to other ones too. get better soon ☺
18 April 2012
Tyler - Congrats on your weight gain! Thanks for the support Sebastian keep up the hard work!
in your opinion, how often should you include or change excercise in specific muscle group, not necessarily weight/reps or sets, just excerices?
17 April 2012
Tyler - I change the order around almost every workout but I do keep specific exercises in my routines I'll just hit them at different times of the workout.
hey tyler- in general for people in the fitness industry - how long does it take for them to get ripped and in the best condition? Usually i see bodybuilders doing a 8-16 week diet... is it the same for fitness models getting ready for a shoot? and how important is it to have patience when trying to get lean?I I am on my first legitimate plan and the time is killing me!
17 April 2012
Tyler - Bodybuilders do the 8-16 weeks some even longer depending where their body fat is and if they are using drugs or not. After there shows they go back to their old ways and put all the body fat and bloat back on until their next show. If your trying to live the fitness lifestyle and stay in good shape year round then once you get yourself to a certain level of conditioning it will not be hard to maintain as long as you don't go and screw it up by eating a ton of junk for several days. As for your plan goes if your not seeing your body change each week then it's time to change something. I can't give you a specific time frame because everyone is different.
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