Alright, two weeks into the diet and still going strong I really think it’s time to start planning on what to do after the diet!
-THE GOAL- -Get strong, look strong, be healthy!- (no more fat boy who can lift some weights!)
I know for a fact I need a program to follow and goals to set…so I did some of that!
So for a program I’ve decided on Dan Johns Mass Made Simple, purchased it earlier last week! (His motto really is “I said it would be simple, not easy” haha and it’s easy to follow.
Now I know I can do what he says, I can go to the gym, the fields, the circle! I can put the effort in and than some and I’m sure I can pack on mass. But its what kind of mass I’m worried about. (Workout and binge eat, its an awful thrower mentality I had)
I’m trying to keep it simple as possible so I’ll just ask this basic question…
Q. If I eat healthy from what I’ve been taught, substitute a metabolic shake for breakfast (and add one in here and there with workouts like he says) am I basically good to go so I can not over think it? (I am done with dairy and grains and such though, I liked your article with the "are you fat - dialogue haha, that’s me…)
I really am overwhelmed from everything on the site and I don’t think I should just take the advice of everything I read since it obviously doesn’t apply to me but as a beginner I figured a healthy diet, and some extra protein from shakes would cut it just fine (and creatine as suggested in the program) Not sure if you would suggest any other supplements or special guidelines.
Thanks to anyone who can help me out on this! It’s always the getting started that’s hardest!