Getting Started

It’s actually very easy.

You only have to put in 1 1/2 – 2 hours weekly to get started and see results.

You can go to the gym or you can do it in your house.

You don’t really need any weights but a stretch band would be great and costs about $5-10.

  • OK you first start by getting the body warmed up. 5-10 minutes of some sort of cardio exercise, like walking or bike riding, would be great.
  • Next, stretch out your entire body especially the body parts you are going to work out that day.
  • Now for the next 3-4 weeks, you are going to do 2-3 sets per body part. 15-20 reps per set and try to do 3-4 body parts per workout.
  • Only workout 3-4 days per week for now. Remember, “Less is More”. That means more working out isn’t going to get you in shape quicker.

Also remember that technique is the most important part of working out. In about four weeks or so, we can start advancing your workout to the next Level. When you are ready, I can help you with that too.

Nutrition is the most important thing you can do to get your body looking the way you want. The old saying is true, “You are what you eat”. Everyone needs a balanced diet. What does that mean? We all need a little bit of the different food groups. Most people do not eat enough vegetables or the right amount of lean protein, nuts, seeds, EFAs, whole grains, dairy and eat way too much carbohydrates.

Every person is an individual and that means everyone has different nutritional needs. So for each person to reach their goal or ideal weight, that person should get a customized nutritional program designed for them.

If you consume more calories then you burn off, you will gain weight. So you need to find that balance.

If you are ready to get back into shape or begin molding your body for the next contest – contact me.  I can help you attain your fitness goals.

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