If you are not sure what your weekly goal is, you should check out the article in the Lose Section.
This article is for advanced tracking, and you need to be careful when you adjust your goals, take baby steps.
You are unique, as every human on this planet. You have to know your body in order to create better results. Back in the 70s, when bodybuilding started to grow and names such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Franco Columbu, Lou Ferrigno etc appeared, the core and fundamental thing to reach the size which they had was food and exercising.
They focused more on how they do an exercise, what they eat, how much they eat, than nowadays which song is playing and what will pump my motivation.
We have to follow their steps in reaching our goals, which is that there are no shortcuts in success.
How can I adjust my goals?
Use your body as a test subject and see what is working for you the best. Make weekly tests and see what will happen. If for example your goal is to lose more weight, start with your recommended calories which could be 2000 a day, and go week by week by decreasing it by 50-80 calories.
The goal is that you make baby steps, and not burn out in the process. As you know consistency is the key to success, and you want to succeed!
What extra step can I take?
At this point when you start experimenting with your body, you will stumble upon different diet plans, and you need to think of your health. If you decrease certain vitamins by not eating some foods you might get the contra effect. That’s why you need to educate yourself.
Here is a list of a few diets you should explore:
- The Paleo Diet
- The Vegan Diet
- Low-Carb Diets
- The Dukan Diet
- The Ultra-Low-Fat Diet
- The Atkins Diet
- The HCG Diet
- The Zone Diet
- Intermittent Fasting
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