Even as a shift worker, he managed to gain muscle AND lose fat!
Robert joined Enterprise weighing 76kg and measured in at 13.8% body fat. Theoretically, the numbers sound pretty good, right? But he was more concerned with what he saw in the mirror – dissatisfied with his body composition; he wanted to pack on some muscle.
Although his training was sporadic, when he did exercise, it was mainly group training. His eating had no consistency – random meal timings and regularly under eating.
Coach Tyler’s priority was increasing his food intake on a weekly basis. The aim was to allow for Rob’s metabolism to adjust to a higher amount of food. He had never eaten so much in his life, although it never felt like force-feeding, compared to before when he struggled to eat enough.
Rob’s training complimented his nutrition, and involved a mix of structural balance and hypertrophy work.
He’s now weighing 81kg and 11.8% body fat.
That’s a 5kg weight gain and 2% body fat loss.
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