The most common question people often ask me is how I can eat what I eat and not put on weight.
Wanna know my secret... It's work. Hard work.
Yes, there are days where I'll consume more then two, three or four times my recommended daily calorie intake. Not everyday, but it does happen. I have my days when im eating clean and healthy, and I have my days when I just say "Yolo, Im gonna eat the entire darn menu". Facts.
Exercise training for me is all about high intensity body weight ninja training batman cardio sessions where the aim is to maximize the calories I burn, and prepare myself for the calories I'm about to consume on my next cheat meal. Generally I train for 2 hours at a time with a mass focus on fat burning. Heck, I hit 1000 calories on the Stairmaster Machine as my basic warmup most days. From there I have a big focus on boxing and martial arts with hardly any emphasis on weight training as i just don't have the drive to push massive amounts of weights around. It's not me. And that's ok, exercise doesn't have to feel like a chore, simply find something physical you enjoy doing and apply yourself.
I don't dread my workout sessions, I look forward to them as it means I'm gonna work my butt off and afterwards I'm probably gonna go out and treat myself to an entire family bucket of fried chicken. Life's all about balance after all.
I've always thought it's irrelevant what you look like on the outside as long as your happy on the inside. And last time I checked, cheat meals make me feel pretty darn happy ️ - 23 minutes ago