2016 was a very lax off and on workout schedule. A little bit of various things with good regularity till the last few months. My diet was horrible the entire year, definitely got way too loose and as I know for a fact my current workouts can not out pace the amount of calories I ate.
This year I’m focusing on diet training again, basically removing a few things for most of the week and limiting calories. It works every time to get me closer to where I should be weight wise, it’s not perfect but due to my travel lifestyle nothing can be picture perfect. Less bread , sugar, and limited carbs. More water, kettlebell workouts, light running, walking.
Yeap and as always a cheat day or two every week lasting the entire day. This was the best method for me to remove fat, I’d diet during week then Fri or Sat cheat it up all day anything goes. Once I got lower in weight I add another cheat day so diet hard 3-4 days then cheat. Cheat days are to me a sensitivity reset, I have stated before that sensitivity is the real game changer. Once the body gets used to something good stuff stops happening, like losing excess fat.
Yes this isn’t a lifestyle diet, but will get me personally on a path with results that feed my motivation. Then after getting closer is where I make more solid lifestyle changes slowly.
Training wise with body weight I’m doing same progression type approach but with a new explosive day added every so often. Frequency is lower overall, dieting kills energy quite a bit but I need fat loss more now.
Diet focused, Calisthenics, Kettlebells!