I tried one of Kris’s other challenges and got great results, so I knew that this one would be a great challenge but was excited to make improvements on myself.
Kris’s trainer programs surpass all others I have seen because he not only posts up a plan for you to follow, but he actually does it himself and provides guided videos, so there’s no confusion as to what you are supposed to do or that it works.
I love them all Kaged Muscle products because there is no fillers or artificial ingredients. They’re just clean supplements that I can trust.
I have to admit I did a strict keto diet due to the amount of body fat I wanted to lose during this contest. I took my supplements and drank a black coffee pre-workout then would fast until noon, then I would eat three whole eggs, two sausages, and some cheese. My third meal would be 4 oz of wild caught salmon and a salad. Before bed I would eat plain unsweetened almond yogurt with zero calorie syrup and cacao nibs. I started at about 2,150 calories a day and ended around 1,650 calories a day during the final stretch of the program.
It’s hard to name one exact piece of advice, to be honest. No other trainer programs out there would you get daily videos to motivate you and walk you through each of the workouts.
The evening cardio. With a family and evenings consisting of going to church, mowing the lawn, and cooking, it was hard to make myself go do the evening cardio.
I can’t lie, it isn’t easy, but nothing will work if you don’t. Eight weeks seems like a long time but trust me once you get started it’s over before you know it and the progress speaks for itself.
Skillet, Red, and Thousand Foot Krutch.
We turned off our satellite and I stayed off social media as during the challenge. You wouldn’t believe the amount of time you have when you don’t have those distractions in your life.