Do you want to lose weight or fat?
If weight loss is your goal, then you need to create a caloric deficit
(eating less calories)
Do you want to build muscles
If you are trying to gain weight or add muscle, then you need a caloric
surplus (eat more calories.)
Which recovery techniques ca n I do after my workouts (sore muscles)?
You can perform; static stretching after your workouts, self-myofascial release (foam rolling), mobility work, deep tissue massage.
What results can you expect from this workout program?
You will have all the tools to get the body that you want, but you need
to put in work if you want to see results. Yes, you will see some
progress in the following 8 weeks, but if you keep being consistent and
see fitness as your daily routine you will succeed. After completing the
8 weeks, I would love that this becomes a lifestyle for yourself.
You need to give your 100% when it comes to your training or anything
that you really want in life. If you ever feel like taking a day off, take it!
Give your body some rest and then come back and kill your workouts.
Remember that results take time
How do I track my progress?
In my opinion, I have found that the best way to track progress is by
taking pictures. To track your progress, you don’t
need to be weighting
yourself on a scale all the time. Instead of focusing on numbers, I would
like you to focus on how you feel physically and mentally.
Progress photos are so important to keeping track of your own progress
and also as a motivation