Hey guys, from march throughout the whole summer of last year I was eating a lot and lifting, and gained excess fat. Since September, I have been running, lifting, and wrestling (its a club, I don’t have to be at a weight, but Id like to get to a lower weight), and have lost a good amount of body fat, with my right upper abs being a little visible, but Id like to get all six bad boys popping. I tried making this easy to read, so hopefully it is, sorry its not.
Whey Protein, fish oil, ZMA’s, multi-vitamin, BCAA’s (before workout)
Interval training, like sprinting to one side of the field, and jogging to the other side.
Wrestling practice like 3 times a week, and when Im home, Jiu jistu.
Every 3 weeks, I change my reps and sets, starting with lower reps to eventually higher reps throughout the months. My exercises consist of squats, deadlifts, bench, Incline bench, standing overhead press, bent over rows, sumo deadlifts, recently pull ups, leg press, lat pulldowns, and planks for abs. I usually workout with weights mon, wed, fri, and dont do all these exercises obviously.
Diet: My biggest problem
I try to eat every 2-4 hours. I try to eat lean, with carbs in the morning.I have a sweet tooth, but try to stay away from sugar. Here is a general outline of my diet.
Breakfast: Fiber one cereal with a bananna and scoop of whey protein.
Post workout (I usually workout after breakfast) I have a scoop of whey and a bannana.
Lunch: grilled chicken, or turkey sandwich.
Snack: hummus with pita chips, or grilled chicken strips.
before bed: protein shake with water (or should I do milk while cutting?)
Like I said, its a rough generalization, but my diet is around this. The grilled chicken is usually with olive oil. Any critiques to help me get that legendary six pack?
BTW, I have a lot of heavy people in my family, and Im not heavy, but have always had a good amount of body fat. I have somewhat of a small frame, but am 20 years old, 6ft. and around 175 pounds. Can I also have milk while cutting?
Thank you! and if any questions, please ask!