I am new to the forum so I thought I could ask for a bit of assistance...
I am 33 and trying to get rid of some unwanted fat. I am 6'4" and my weight is 240 lbs. I want to get to around 225 but lean...
My weight training schedule is as follows:
Day 1: chest (with cardio after my workout)
Day 2: back (with cardio after my workout)
Day 3: Off weights just cardio
Day 4: Tri and Bi (with cardio after my workout)
Day 5 Shoulders (with cardio after my workout)
I generally lift to my max and get out of the gym feeling like I had a good work out (I train in the mornings only)
My diet is I would say good, I try and stay away from the junk.
For supplements I take the following:
PRE WORK OUT
1 Zues Test Booster (Before work out)
1 Sub Q fat burner (Before work out)
1 Scoop Superpump 250
1 CLA Pill
POST WORK OUT
3 BCAA caps
1 Scoop Protien Shake
1 Scoop Glutamine
Post entire diet.
Post entire training regime
You mentioned that you were 240, do you know what BF%?
Your training pprogram is pretty shit, looks like you are not even training legs. Focus on doing compound movements. Learn things like squats, deadlifts, bent over rows, military press, pullups/chinups etc. These are the types of exercises that you should base your workout around. Looking at your plan, you have a whole day devoted to tri's and bi's, which makes me think that you are not doing compound movements. I would ditch that day and do legs. You are training too often, how about wednesday as a total rest day?
What you think is a 'decent' diet is probably shit as well. People here will help you, but you MUST do a fair bit of research for yourself. Know your Resting metabolic rate, heart rate, BF%, How many calories you are consuming vs how many calories expended. The whole shebang. Knowledge is power my friend.
On the positive side, It seems that you have set a very attainable goal. Have you got a specific timeframe for this also? Ie losing fat for vacation or something similar? Expect to lose 1-1.5lbs a week for minimal muscle loss.
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