CARB CONFUSION? ONLY BECAUSE YOU MAKE IT CONFUSING.
Posted Jan 16 2011 5:18pm
We make eating (carbs) for your fitness building muscle & burning fat too complex. Here’s a simple 7 day plan to follow,
Day 1-Get Rid Of Your Carbs, huh? Yea don't eat any fatty.
AM- 20-45 min of cardio on an empty stomach- Yes before work, hey make the time. EX from my "fighting fit" program- 3 min 10 rounds 30 sec rest, rope skip. Skip like a fighter...fast, with purpose.
PM- 45 min weight training- Pick from my "Instinctive training" EX: Tri set super set full body, Push/pull super set two body parts, single body part high volume or H.I.G.T.( high intensity group training )NOTE: remember each workout must be different, never doing the same thing twice. The body only responds to change, if you are not a drug using athlete with the ability to recover within hrs, your body will not respond to the same old thing, it will find the most efficient way to do an exercises thus halting results. If someone tells you different, run as fast as you can to get away from that bullshit.
Carbohydrates are kept under 150 grams post workout.
AM- 20-45 min of cardio- Try what I call "suicides" 3 min rope skip directly into 1 min mountain climbers then move to 1 min prisoner squats finish with 1 min explosive squat jumps. 6 min total, now perform 6 sets resting 30 seconds between sets. Hard? Yea that's why I call them "suicides"
PM-45-60 minutes of weight training, Pick from my "Instinctive training" EX: Tri set super set full body, Push/pull super set two body parts, single body part high volume or H.I.G.T.( high intensity group training )NOTE: remember each workout must be different, never doing the same thing twice.
Carbohydrate intake is kept under 200 grams
Only train with weights today. * See above....
Carbohydrate intake is around 400-600 grams per day.Replenishing muscle glucose store's.
You see and you thought that building muscle, burning fat and getting your carb intake was complex. No seriously this is a very general guideline. Truth is we each have our own body blueprint, experiment to find your own body's needs.