Today I realized how important it really is to keep track of your records such as body measurements, progress pictures and lifting stats. Today I had a chance to upload some progress pictures and record new body measurements and the results are noticeable and stand out on paper which is GREAT! I have been workout out really hard at the gym and I have been trying to get 5 healthy meals a day for the past month and I plan on keeping it that way. So one thing I haven't done yet is keep track of my lifting stats but that's soon about to change. It's very motivating and inspiring when you see yourself improve on the paper, in pictures, videos and when others notice the positive changes that you are making to yourself. So in order to keep myself motivated I am going to get them lifting stats done this week. I haven't done them yet because the training program that I am using right now doesn't consist of too many barbell exercises, it mainly consists of exercises with dumbbells which has it's benefits such as greater range of motion. Anyways the psychological part of the whole bodybuilding or any exercise process is very important and that's where keeping track of records comes in as the motivational aspect which CAN help us get wonders done.
So hit the gym hard, hit the gym smart, keep track of records and you too will be on your way to success!
Good luck to you all with your fitness goals and make this life worth a while!
So the end of the month is nearing and I am becoming excited about taking progress pictures and body measurements and comparing them with the last ones. I've been having a really great time in the gym over the past month, I have been working really hard. My weights have been increasing and I am keeping a really good flowing rythm while working out. My workouts for the last 4 weeks have been the same on a weekly basis, I am doing a 3-day split training. On Monday I do chest and triceps workout, on Wednesday I do back and biceps workout and on Friday I do legs and shoulders workout. And things are going good and I have been feeling really good. The problem area is getting 5-6 meals a day, but I am trying to do so and maximize my gains in the gym. SO in a few days I will have the pictures up and the measurements in and we'll see the change. Hope everybody's doing good and good luck.
Today was my second day of training, second day of how I started to train seriously and trying to seriously take up on bodybuilding lifestyle which includes the hard part, nutrition. This has been a challenge for me even before, I had a good day on Monday when I managed to have 5 meals but today that number came down to 3 but I'll work on this over time and with time I think it's going to get even better. Tomorrow is my day off so it's going to be a day filled with everyday responsibilities which is going to be ****ght. And then Thursday is the day I'am waiting for legs and shoulders day. I will get to blast my shoulders putting them to torment but it will pay off on the road to building a wide posture. I don't have any progress pics, I might take a few over the weekend and post them just to keep tracking my progress. Best of luck to ya all with your workouts and life duties. Thanks.