Bench Presses and Vegan Diet

Dec 12 / Build Muscle

I'm weighing in at about 184 these days...no real change since I've started the TT Diet Reconstruction...just need to force myself to eat more. It's tough to eat a lot when you stick to whole grains, fruits, vegetables, beans, and raw nuts. A great diet to lose fat...but more on that in July - or as soon as I get my videos edited that I did last week with vegetarian diet expert, Kardena Pauza.  Workout was good...stronger than last week. 1A) Bench - worked up to 260x2x3 plus one set of 225x71B) Narrow Grip Seated rows - 210x4x8 (used a different seated row station this week, and this one ...

I'm weighing in at about 184 these days...no real change since I've started the TT Diet Reconstruction...just need to force myself to eat more. It's tough to eat a lot when you stick to whole grains, fruits, vegetables, beans, and raw nuts.

A great diet to lose fat...but more on that in July - or as soon as I get my videos edited that I did last week with vegetarian diet expert, Kardena Pauza. 

Workout was good...stronger than last week.

1A) Bench - worked up to 260x2x3 plus one set of 225x7
1B) Narrow Grip Seated rows - 210x4x8 (used a different seated row station this week, and this one was harder)

2A) DB chest press - 3x15
2B) BB Row - 185x3x8

Did a little bit of cable external rotations after.

Then I walked home.

For lunch, I had a 1/4 watermelon and 2 almond butter sandwiches.

Time for another snack,

Muscle Morphosis, MS

PS - Did you know you can get a lot of protein from whole grain products?

So far today I've had 2 servings of oatmeal (7 grams protein each) plus 4 slices of bread (5-7 grams of protein each) for a total of at least 34 grams of protein.

Beans are also a huge source of protein (about 15-20 grams per serving).

It's not hard to get all the protein you need. No shakes required.