This post is basically about the "tools" behind my rapid growth since resuming my training in early-December. In addition to the very effective EVL Nutrition Performance Stack, I've been putting away plenty of food-a lot of protein and even more carbohydrates and of course fats to keep my muscles full and pushing.
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Hello good folks! It has been a while since you've seen a post from me (way back in July), so I am back with a showcase of my latest adventure in the gym. This was my second leg workout since I resumed training on the 8th of this month (I took two months off from training). The picture above was taken last Friday (12/18) and even though my legs are not as strong, the volume training that I have done has kept them full and in pretty good condition. I am expecting to regain full strength (or better) within the next four to six weeks and with strength, comes appreciable muscle mass. In the meantime, I plan to bomb my legs with moderately volume training to keep them growing. By the way, the EVLUTION NUTRITION Performance Stack combined with their EVLTEST is allowing me to really do some serious damage in the gym. Mission accomplished!
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Friday, July 17, 2015
There was a time in competitive bodybuilding, when the art of a finely choreographed posing routine was just as important as the competitor's muscle mass, symmetry, and definition! During the early years of the sport, pretty much all competitors took great pride in practicing their posing and showcasing a routine was both professional and theatrical-something that would make spectators marvel in amazement. Throughout the 70's, 80's, and 90's, a handful of bodybuilders made it their aim to bring polished posing routines to the stage; their transitions and stamina were seemingly effortless.
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Labels: back training