Exactly, I always think of Ronnie Coleman. He became Mr. Olympia working as a full-time police officer. Pulling shift work, 10 hour days, and so on. I understand that you, nor I, will ever want to compete, but that should be an example to you that it can be done regardless of your situation. It just takes a lot of discipline. Get in the gym when you can, have food prepared so you will always have it. Use tupperware or whatever.
Yap for shure..can anybody put an example of what they did?
for shure it is all in the attitude.that i understand,and yes lots of people have the same issue's as me .But im a gym rat but the rest for nutrition is still new to me..all the programs i see is not what i can do..its not the money issue it's the kick start i need to get in the right direction.
As far as nurtrition, prepare your meals that you need to on your day off for that week, like a Sunday, and put them in the 'fridge in containers. That way you will have your food there always ready to go, take it to work or wherever you may go. If you're in the car, take a cooler.
Training wise, how often can you train? What is your realistic schedule? Remember, you don't need to be training for 2 hours or some nonsense. If you do it right, you can get a kick ass workout in 30 minutes.