Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Deadlifts x 10/10/5/2
Pulldowns x 10/8/6
Bent Row Machine x 10/8/6
Seated Row Machine x 10/8/6 Drop
Shrugs x 15/12/10
Donkey Calf Raise x 20/20/20
Seated Calf Raise x20/15/10
1 Leg Calf Press x 15/15/15
Concentrated Bicep Curl Machine x 15/15/10
Preacher Curls with Manual Resistance x 10 + 5 Forced Reps
Thomas Murphy, CSCS, Pn1
Friday, October 3, 2014
Water / Amino Acids
CARDIO (3 Miles on Treadmill / Elliptical
5000 Meters on Row
Or 10 Miles Bike
Egg Whites / Grits / 2 Whole Egg / Spinach
Fri-Bi's and Tri's.
Sun-PREPARE FOOD & Steady State Cardio or Sports
Saturday, September 27, 2014
While traveling to compete in Physique shows across the country, I've learned a few things about maximizing my time spent for the weekend.
1. NETWORK - Introduce yourself to as many people as possible.
Take photos with your fellow competitors. Get social media going.
Talk with the judges and get feedback if possible.
It is very important for these judges to recognize your face.
2. EXPLORE -
Adventure out to new places and check out the town. I love flying to new places and I really enjoy meeting new people and doing something or seeing something I never have before. Restaurants are a good place to start.
Staying at the Host Hotel is worth the extra money I think.
3. PHOTOSHOOT - Book a well known photographer. Get some shots done and capture your conditioning while you are still dry and lean from the show.
4. Go Trick or Treating with the supplement reps at the show :) LOL
5. PRACTICE YOUR POSING ahead of time.
I manage to get my conditioning in just great.
I do 2 a days about 3 weeks out from a competition and really reduce my calories.
What I need to be doing is practicing my posing more often before my next show though .
I'd love to try some moves from these videos next time :)