I started training at 13 years old. I wanted to lose weight as I was a chubby kid. So inspired by all the Rocky movies and soundtrack, I used to jump rope hearing the Rocky tracks, and lost weight. Then took up swimming In High School.
A benefit of Calisthenics is that it's easier on your joints so there is less risk of injury you gain real strength, and you are able to master your own bodyweight. I have seen big guys from my neighborhood and they can't do pull-ups. So in my book, the #1 rule is first master your own bodyweight before going to weights.
My motivation is myself and the people I see around me. I see a lot of overweight people not taking care of the body they have, which later leads to health problems. My results are my motivation. I exercise like my life depends on it.
I try to keep my training 45 mins, although sometimes I lose track of time since
I'm having so much fun while training.
My training routine varies. I start off with abs, and then I do some gymnastic training. After That I do all kinds of pull-ups, dips, push-ups. No lower than 10 sets of each. There are days where I just do high reps. So I will do high reps of chin-ups, pull ups, dips etc.
When getting ripped and lean, my diet is about 90% Raw Vegan. Which means I stay away from cooked food, and have lots of nuts, fruits, and veggies, salads. When eating this way my body is clean and gets ripped.
I would say the human flag pull-ups. Which is holding your body in the human flag position and doing pull ups. Here’s the video link of me doing it:
My drive and dedication to my inner health, and keeping my body in shape
through the year is my greatest achievement.
My future goal is to appear on a fitness magazine, share my story with the world, & inspire other people into living a healthier lifestyle. Not following what society tells them to eat, or do. But to really take care of their body and health.
Speed and stamina Like Flash from Superman. Speed and stamina is so important. Always loved running, and I won't need any transportation to get to places in New York City having those superpowers.
"Let thy food be thy medicine." Hippocrates the Father of Medicine.
2. Diet high in veggies and fruits
3. Enough Sleep Everyday
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