Meet Lan: after spending a year on building muscle and gaining some serious strength my man decided it was time for a bit of a shred. So, I made a 12 week plan with an aim of losing roughly 1% a week of his total bodyweight (quite aggressive). This was done through regulating his caloric intake and driving his output (cardio).
Meet Ben: 18 years old and fully committed the sport of bodybuilding. My man is doing whatever it takes to make progress and push towards his first appearance on the physique stage. I’ve really enjoyed working with Ben, since his goal is building muscle we focus on a slow rate of gain when it comes to his caloric intake, this helps us mimimise fat gain and maximise muscle growth.
Results & Stats: Timeframe: 1 year Goal: fitness Model show Starting weight: 65kg Current weight: 52kg Starting body fat: 26% Current body fat: 12% Lisa’s Story: I have been training with Munya since August 2019 and I have nothing but
Lots of clients ask me: should I add more weight or do higher reps for progression? Or what about more sets? In this months issue of MASS (Monthly Application In Strength Sports) Eric Helms had an article tithed “Progression frame
Firstly, I would like to say how proud I am of this girl. Over the 3 years I’ve been training Mina she has shown me nothing but consistency, dedication and hard work. Mina is also a high stress individual with
Client Results: Kathleen’s Latest 22 Week Transformation (and the Role of Inflammation & Insulin Sensitivity)
When it comes to clients it’s important to find a system the helps them remain consistent. Kathleens’s latest transformation took a period of 22 weeks. Fat loss and muscle growth doesn’t happen in a 24-hour window, your body will resemble
Holidays are great, but sometimes you want to stay on track with your diet too. It may seem like it’ll be too hard, but with a little bit of effort and careful planning, it’s easy to make sure you’re hitting