When I first came to Enterprise, I wanted to get leaner. I’d always been chubby and could never get past the 75kg mark. At best, I’d get down to 74.9kg and shoot right back up the next day.
So naturally, I was a little doubtful when Kaz bumped up my food intake by 600 calories in the first week.
At the end of that exact same week, I weighed in at 74.5kg.
Needless to say, I’ve been listening to Kaz ever since – even when I’m seeing stars and my ears are popping from the heavy weights, and it usually ends in PBs. We’re not too far from making the board in deadlifts now!
I work weird and wonderful shifts.
4-6 times a week and mostly midnights for the past 7 years. I walk up to 20, 000 steps a day at work and each shift is 12 hours. When you consider travel and sleeping time, there really isn’t much time left for anything else.
Some meals are just shakes and snacks during a 5-minute break that I squeeze out during my shifts – I’m still surprised at how much I eat!
Training at Enterprise, it’s been an educational experiment more than anything else.
Not only did I learn the correct movements and what to eat, but also the science behind them. These days, you get so many opinions and wrong advice online, and it’s easy to get confused about what you should (or should not) be doing.
I have no desire for competing, but I’d like to get below 10% bodyfat – even 9.9% would make me happy.
And of course, put on lean mass and get strong AF.
I’ll get my name on the Enterprise board – just wait and see.