<<...Previous Entry...NextEntry...>>   Written on the 14th December 2015 We last left off with my not so great test results. Since then I have been feeling a lot better. It’s amazing what 25000ius of vitamin D twice a week, getting some sun and keeping your liver and kidneys in a constant state of detox can do for you. I feel a lot more energetic, motivated and responsive to training it would seem. In January I have a check in with my endocrinologist and blood tests to see how my body is faring internally since the start of my prep. I have however, been doing a lot of thinking though in these last 2 months. As I wrote last year in my closing blog for the year, there are people in our lives that help us along this journey and that we should value them. My year has been filled with ups and downs. My bulk ...

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Seeing that we are fast approaching or actually already in the festive season, I thought this would be a fitting topic as my first post. Whether you are a competitive athlete or someone that has made substantial progress when it comes to living a healthier lifestyle in 2015, what you do and put into your mouth can, in my opinion set you back greatly or set you apart as an athlete. Same goes for the person that has made the choice to live a healthier life. Being in the industry and competing myself I know of many guys and girls that still train on holiday, they still follow their set meal plans. I myself am not taking a break this festive season, yes there will be rest days, but no binging, no alcohol, just my weekly cheat meal, and maybe a cheat day over Christmas Day or so. There is simply no ...

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