NAVY SEALS EXTREME TRAINING WORKOUT
ABS, YOU MUST DO THIS SEAL CHALLENGE WORKOUT WITH A PARTNER.
Sit-ups: 1 to 10 and back to 1. That means you do one sit-up and you stay in the up position. Your partner does one and he stays in the up position. You do two and stay in the up position, then your partner does two and stays in the up position. Go back and forth all the way to 10 and back down to 1.
NO REST, you rest in the up position, don’t cheat using your elbows for support.
NEXT: Bent knee crunches, 1 to 10 and back down to 1.
NEXT: Leg Levers 1 to 10 and back down to 1. Rest with your feet 6 inches off the deck.
NEXT: Same thing with Flutter Kicks, four count exercise, 1 to 10 and back to 1. Feet 6 inches off the deck while resting.
It pays to have a partner that’s in shape. Go as fast as you can. Don’t cheat yourself.
The first thing about diets you need to know is that every diet won’t have
the same effects on every person.
If you are a skinny guy who wants to bulk up then you have to have a
completely different diet than a heavy set guy who wants to slim
down and get ripped.
If you want to get bigger and get ripped at the same time you have to eat a
lot. I know, I know, a lot of people who read this are going to say NO WAY!!!
If I eat a lot I’ll get fat. Wrong, if you only eat one big meal a day your
body stores everything in that meal. All the fats and carbs and anything you
might need to burn to get a desired look or a state of physical readiness you
want to achieve.
What I suggest is five to six small meals a day that way your metabolism is
in high gear all the time and you burn fat while you sleep so you can do
less cardio and still burn a lot of fat.
For healthier living, you should intake one gram of protein per pound of
body weight. That means if you weigh two-hundred pounds, you need to take in
that many grams of protein a day.
If you want to put on a lot of mass you should intake twice your body weight
I know what you’re thinking. No way can I eat that much protein in one day
but it really is very easy. Just take a look at some of the things you
normally eat for a snack. One can of tuna about 24 grams of protein, a glass
of milk 8 to 10 grams of protein and few eggs whites and your well on your way.
You need to make sure you don’t overdo it, as your body can only digest so much
protein in one setting about 25 to 30 grams, so you need to space it out
over the day equally. You also need to drink a lot of water, skim milk also
is very good, and it has hardly any fat and all the protein of whole milk. You
need to stay away from soda and all carbonated drinks. They’re bad for you
and if you are serious about this diet, it is going to change the way you
live your life for the better.
I suggest going to a health food store, like GNC and just telling the person
who works there what you are trying to achieve and what protein is best for
you, but when you take it, I would try to take in 100 grams of supplemental
protein day and the rest just real food, chicken breast, not fried, fresh
fish, fruits, veggies and a lot of water.