From next week, the instagram feed will be a daily log . The blog will be updated weekly with a summary of the daily logs of the week - with extra notes and details.
#100DaysofStrong Day 4 - chest shoulder Tricep workout. Cardio and abs allotted to a separate day in schedule now due to time constraints. The good news is that the acidity is now under control and the diet is back on track. #strength #strong #gym #fitness #workout #battleready #project PS: for more details and articles, follow my blog - just Google my name to find it. Cheers!
#100DaysofStrong Day 5: encountering a problem in scheduling early on is pretty common. That's why you should keep your schedule up for rescheduling in the first week. I noticed that I don't have the time to squeeze in cardio every day - so I decided to have a separate day for cardio and abs post my weight training days. So no my schedule is 3 days of push pull weight training routine + 1 day of cardio and abs + 1 day of rest. Then repeat. I finally added creatine to my stack today. Details about creatine and its proper usage will be blogged tomorrow. #strength #strong #gym #fitness #project #book If you have any questions, do shoot.
#100DaysofStrong Day 5: rest day with regular carb meals. + #creatine stack info. As promised, here's my note on the creatine that I added to my stack yesterday. Creatine is scientifically proven to be the most efficient non-steroidal ergogenic. Most of the fears surrounding creatine usage come from public ignorance and the people's lack of understanding between creatine and creatinine. Creatine helps you recover faster and train harder especially for all explosive and strength movements by helping your body replenish the phosphate molecules in the adinosine tri phosphate molecules that produce energy on the cellular level. Creatine is best consumed in the creatine monohydrate form - but that requires you to supplement it with Alpha lipolic acid or dextrose to enable its absorption. Also it also causes high amounts of water retention in some people. Which is why I'm using Creatine Nitrate or Creatine Hcl. These compounds don't require carb loading or ALA for absorption and they don't cause water retention. Since I'm not a huge fan of multi stacking, I like my creatine in my preworkout itself. Though ideally, creating must be consumed post workout since your body requires upto 12 hrs to load the creatine into usable form to load up your atp cycles. Ideally you load creatine for a week by taking double the dose. And then you maintain it by taking just a single dose daily. Brands I recommend for creatine are: Creatine MonoHydrate from @optimumnutrition Creatine HCL from CONCRET Creatine Nitrate is a constituent of the @cellucor C4 preworkout. All of these are readily available on www.Neulife.com @teamneulife Cheers!
#100DaysofStrong #k11strongchallenge squat day again and I was in for a surprise! Never missing squat day and a good progression table in my workout has helped. I ended up attempting a single but getting a smooth double out of my 125 kg loaded barbell. This is despite a 45 day break from workouts and diet. So this made my day today. I probably wouldn't have attempted this if it were not for the motivation from my fellow gym buddy and athlete - Wahid Bamboowala. Thanks to K11 Faculty professor Abhijit Kakad and my buddy Tejas Parekh for spotting me and keeping up my will to go for it even after I was done with my original set of 5. That's an amazing way to finish a great comeback workout. Killing it. #strong #workout #strength #training #gym #k11
#100DaysofStrong day 6: even strength training is a team sport. The stronger and more dedicated your gym buddies are, the more likely you are to keep on going even when you are down. Today's surprise PR was totally a result of buddy motivation in the gym. #gym #training #strong #friends #teamwork #k11 #k11strongchallenge For more on the #100DaysofStrong project, follow my blog. And Get strong together.
- Pushkaraj S Shirke