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Yes I know it's a huge mess and terribly presented! But a plate this size for under 650 kcal but still packing well over 50g of protein and plenty of fibre for satiety, don't tell me you need more calories to be full! What you need is to be smarter with your macros and calories. Take me today for example, I've eaten two or three chocolate bars and a can of coke on top of my food, yes it was totally fucking stupid but I wanted it so I had it, the rest of my day has been filled with very nutrient dense food to allow for this. It's quite simple really! And most importantly it allows me balance without going crazy
Current situation.... - Sitting at around 183lbs and staying fairly lean, looking to progress up to around 190lbs and I'll see what my physique looks like and consider a mini cut phase. - Really enjoying training at the moment and loving the progression on most if not all my lifts each week. - To many of you this is probably a surprise but I haven't tracked my macros for around 1/2 months now.. why? - I've practised intuitive eating over the past couple of months and it's helped me out a lot, I'm very busy at the moment and eating intuitively has helped me ALOT. - I'm still gaining weight at around 0.5lbs a week, my protein intake is ticked off daily and I'll gauge carbs and fats, I wouldnt recommend this for a dieting phase or if you're a beginner but I'm progressing in the gym and everything's going the way it should. This isn't optimal I understand but at this current situation in my life it is for me. - So until progress stalls I'll keep carrying on and practising this method.
I'm using this glute kickback machine a little different to activate the glutes from a different angle. Lift heavy and squeeze 💪🏽🍑 Trust me you'll feel that burn. My ass still hurts from this routine days ago. 😩#nopainnogain#gains#grow#Bodiedbymo
@raybaileycoaching Client here showcases his hard earned mobility and strength. Ray is a great coach who is always learning new things and apply them to his clients training! Come on down if you ever feel like training on an entirely different level.