If I have not answered any questions I’m sorry. My computer(s) all three of them are completely dead I can fix them but that would ruin my excuse of buying a brand new one with my tax money lol. So sit tight I will be back with the question answering shortly.
My body fat down to 25.6. Three weeks ago it was at 28.0. I’m sure if I drop under 20 percent by summer my ab swag will be at a all time high. Not bad given that I was 40 plus percent 11 months ago. I hope all of my followers are continuing to be as health motivated as they can be. Stay positive keep focus and keep going.
I'm a fairly new follower so I apologize if you've answered this before.. do you think it's more effective to shed body fat first, gain muscle first, do both simultaneously, or cycle (lean/build/lean/build)? I hope this makes some kinda sense. Like ya tumblr, big congrats on the progress. :)
Doing both is what worked best for me. It takes entirely to long to build muscle so it’s kills me when I hear people say “I want to lose weight first before I touch weights”. It’s as if they think weight lifting will slow their weight loss goals.
Hey, for your anon soldier - when my friends have been deployed they lived off of protein meal replacements, granola, and dried fruit (most places will ship to your APO address) avoiding most of the DFAC food in order to continue meeting fitness goals.
Thank you so much saved me a phone call your the best I hope the Anon see’s this.
I'm a female in the US Army currently deployed to Afghanistan. I've been making gains in the gym for the last 11 months, however, because of recently activity the food here has become terrible to say the least. In this circumstance, do you think it's acceptable to supplement my normal oral intake w/ whey protein shakes throughout the day in lieu of meats/carbs? The dinner is especially terrible so I usually just eat plain vanilla ice cream to get the protein and calories needed. Any suggestions?
eat the food though it my taste and probably look like shit I think it has all the nutritional value needed for a soldier. So grin and bare for now. You can also take whey protein just not as a meal replacement there isn’t enough in whey protein to keep you up and running. One more thing I had a friend that was deployed to Afghanistan a few years back I will ask him what he ate.