The Updated #BBC2016 Plan for Fitness Success!
We are now past the half way point of our #BBC2016 challenge. I checked in with you all via Twitter earlier this week with my updated dimensions. It was very disappointing! As a result I committed to a new plan of attack for success for the #BBC2016.
KEY TO SUCCESS:
The most humbling thing was to see that I had gained an inch on my waist. I am now at 39 inches. I started at 38 inches! This told me that I need to focus and dial in on fat loss as my goal. The best way I know how to do this is to improve my cardio, and therefore become more able to go harder + faster for longer. As a military man the idea of a morning run is something i am very comfortable with. I used to go for regular morning runs and swims when I was at my best. In order to not reinvent the wheel, I have returned to what brought me success in the past:
Starting this week I have begun running a 7K route that takes me up Mill Hill in Victoria, BC with an elevation of over 400m. In my first week I will run this 3 times to get used to the aches and pains, with a 5 day a week schedule starting on the 15th of May.
While you certainly can’t flex cardio, as a man it is nice to be able to flex something. Combine the need for vanity with the fact that I have some injuries I need to stay on top of in order to keep up my aggressive running schedule, and GYM time is a MUST. I have begun a strength routine pairing Chest w/ Biceps, Back w/ Triceps, and Legs + Lower body. In addition my warm up routine includes Hip strength exercises in order to deal with an injury, and core (abbs + lower back) work. The first week I paired this with a 3 day cycle, and starting on 15 May I will be upping this to 5 days / week to match my running schedule.
This is the updated plan. What do you think? What is your plan? How are you doing on your #BBC2016? Leave a comment below to update us on how your doing, any challenges you are having and the success your experiencing.
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