My diet consists of pretty much 6 meals a day.
9 am. Eggs[/quote]
Not bad. Scramble some eggs and add veggies. Take some fish oils. Drink tea or water. Maybe a small piece of fruit. Skip the breakfast bar.
Not the best snack. Try to get protein and fruit and/or veggies with this meal. Cottage cheese with pineapple or peaches. A protein shake and some fruit. A green salad with chicken or tuna.
Bad idea. Processed, loaded with sodium, way too low in calories. Not enough protein, good fats or nutrients. Time to rethink this meal.
Not a bad start. Eat some fruit or veggies with the tuna. Yogurt by itself isn’t enough. Think protein, good fats and fruits and/or veggies for EVERY meal.
Time to learn how to cook a real meal, make leftovers so you can take them with you for lunch the next day. Stay away from meals in a box. Processed, full of sugar/starches and sodium. Crap, crap, crap.
Now’s a good time for some good fats from natural peanut butter or some cottage cheese or a protein shake.
Most of us are. We find ways to eat right despite this. And we challenge ourselves outside of work so we can reap the benefits.
[quote]So far my routine at work( yes I work out in my cube) I work my upper body as much as possible with what I have. The bar bell is small not wide enough for two hands.
I do triceps , biceps, forearms, shoulders, latts, Chest, abs.
I am sure my bar is too light my triceps and shoulds. I can do 30 reps in a set with the 40 pounds.
My biceps I do about 8 each set.
I do mostly woods ball. We do speed ball a lot too. So my fat but needs to get into shape because I am always having to keep up with the guy I am assigned to follow and the fields we play on are always a freaking hill haha.
Get a gym membership or upgrade your home equipment to much better stuff.
I highly recommend that you go to Amazon.com and purchase “The Metabolism Advantage” by John Berardi. That book alone will teach you everything you need to know as far as nutrition goes, and it has some great workout programs. Do this one thing now. Get this book. Read it. Follow it.