The first faze of MP45 is completed and it really does feel great to be back into the routine. I am definitely sore after some heavy leg days followed by intense cardio. I got my sweat on and rocked and rolled. Diet is about 80% on point. I have been eating relatively clean and only had a few outside of diet meals including a slice of pizza with cauliflower crust, and 2 home brew beers. My original weigh in was 210 and I am at 206.8 this week. So overall I am feeling good. I am still implementing morning fasting and having my first meal around 12pm. Is there any way I can encourage you in your fitness journey?? Let me know, I am happy to help. Much love! -Jeremy
So I finished my first run through MP45 end of Nov 2016 and it’s time to hit it again.
My starting weight is 210 and I am mixing things up this time through with some morning fasting.
I’m super interested to see how this changes my results and will do my best to post daily.
I hope no one thought that I got to day 42 and quit… because I didn’t!!!! The last 3 days of the workout were all 2 a day workouts, cardio in the AM and heavvvyyyyy lifting in the afternoon. And of course I crushed it!
I am super stoked of the progress that I made in just 45 days!!! I dropped about 7 lbs from 187 down to 180 and honestly I was all over the scale throughout the 45 days. This has been the biggest physically transformation I have ever experiencence and cannot recommend this diet and fitness program enough!!! You really do get out of it what you put into it. It’s not always easy and it helps you build the systems into your life that all you to eat are the proper things and balance consistent workouts for 45 days.
The last day of the workout was the day before thanksgiving and I didn’t really know what or how to act according to diet on thanksgiving day. It was tough! I had just finished up eating very clean for 45 days ( even when I had permission to eat a cheat meal it was hard to think of putting garbage food into my body, mostly processed sugars… yuck 😂 ). I did eat 3 moderate meals on thanksgiving and I felt pretty good about it. Subconsciously I was telling myself one day of eating a decent amount of carbs was going to erase my 45 days of blood, sweat and tears… and of course it didn’t.
The question is “now what”? I will continue to practice eating habits that consist mainly protein and veggies and a minimal amount of carbs. I have looked into a few additional workout plans and will keep you updated on what and why I start the next workout.
Thank you all for the encouragement and coming along on my journey. I again HIGHLY recommend this 45 cutting program because it WORKS! I would love to answer any questions you have for me and would love to encourage you to buy this workout! I will post a link shortly to where you can go to purchase the workout plan AND get some daily motivation and accountability from me! Have an amazing day!!! Cheers-Jer
Well I have been in Phoenix, AZ , the last 5 days and still crushing my diet and workouts. I even get to go outside to run hills and get me some Tabata training unlike in AK where I can’t really do anything outside right now…
So I have been crushing some legs, cardio, chest,back and abs at the end of each of those workouts . The last 3 days are all super set days and are going to be pretty intense. I have been loving the results I have been getting. I have leaned way out and am getting close to my 10% body fat.
This has been the most challenging diet and excersize plan I have completed and I am so glad I have stuck through it even when it was tough. I’ll be posted my transformation photos after day 45 and get some Q&A going for those interested in learning more. Thanks for following my journey and for all the encouragement , it does mean a lot to me. Cheers! -Jer
So it’s been a few days since I’ve updated the blog, it’s been a couple crazy days with work and if you other things going on in life. And I’ve definitely been staying on my diet and working out every possibility that I can in order to stay on the plan. Overall I’m feeling great, the diet has been 99% on point, and we’re getting closer to the end of the 45 day challenge. I’m so excited to share my results with you and give you my feedback on this 45 day challenge.
So let’s talk about some of the workouts that we’ve had in the last four/ five days. Last week we finish up some big circuit training and had some really tough workouts including arms and abs, some big cardio sets with sprints, and today we did shoulders and abs. The biggest thing about these workouts is the amount of reps and exercises is really huge. There’s very little rest between exercises making big supersets a reality and really forcing you to push through that time when your body and mind want to quit moving the weight and you just have to push through it. This morning I had some uphill sprints for about 30 to 45 minutes and that really made me sweat a lot. So today was a 2aday.
I’m leaving for Arizona tonight, so I’ll be focusing a lot on my diet and exercise while I am down there and then I’ll be back home for the last two days of the work out. I’ll still be doing updates and keeping you guys in the loop on how the diet and exercise is going and posting pictures of all the awesome food I’m eating.
Thanks again for stopping by I appreciate you reading about my journey. If you have any questions or comments please leave them below I would love some feedback and look to see how I could help you in your personal fitness and diet goals.
Today, was easily the most intense lift of the program. I’m not sure whose idea it was to take 2 of the biggest muscle groups and absolutely crush them both in the same workout… I think we were easily in the gym for 2.5 hours today just destroying the weights. Circuit training for massive weight,reps,lifts and pushing past failure more then 1 time. At times I wanted to cry but I just kept pushing it out. Instant fatigue was setting in after ever set the legs just felt weaker and weaker. The chest excersizes were heavy and intense but you don’t need your chest to walk to the next set 🙂 the diet has been on point and carb loading for this insainity was a must. I think I read that there is a cheat meal, first of the diet, tonight and I’m not 100% sure what I want to do. I have been focused on a pretty clean diet and I know when your body isn’t trying to break down garbage food for a while it reacts poorly to garbage food. So I’ll keep it pretty moderate on the “cheat”. I have a sprint cardio set that I am completing a day early because I have weekend obligation. Thanks for stopping in and make it an amazing day! Cheers-Jer
We are 15 days out from finishing up this great workout/meal plan and so far I am digging these results! Life is good! I really feel the biggest contribution to my results is the meal plan. It may not be 100% of what I would normally eat and it’s getting the job done.
Today’s workout was a fun circuit training of back and shoulders. It was groups of 6-8 lifts back to back with a nice warm up set and a longer heavy lifting working set followed by a cool down. It was kind of busy at the gym today so running around using lots of equipment is always a fun challenge. We got it done and the sweat was dripping freely. Felt great and we have the 31st off! Rest day and get ready for a great weekend coming up. I think I even read there is a cheat meal in the diet! First one in a month. Crazy! Would love your recommendation on what I should have for dinner tomorrow evening that can be anything that isn’t deep fried. Make it an amazing day! Cheers -Jer
6am…. phone alarm is bringing me back to reality… I head to the other room to turn the alarm off. I need to find my warm hoodie and go make some coffee. Thank the Lord it’s Monday and I get another shot at changing the world 1 small step at a time. Fire up the tea kettle and get some water going while I blend up a weak protein shake. This is the start to a great day! In the car and headed to the gym by 7am and rocking and rolling a great uphill sprint battle. By the end of the 35min I am dripping in sweat and my lungs and chest burn. A nice 3/4 mile walk to slow the heart rate down is all I need and some stretching and I’m headed to the shower and put my work clothes on! That was the start of my day. I hope yours was great!
So I got to do a great leg workout early Saturday morning. I flew solo on this work out and did about 80% of what was on the list. I didn’t have access to some of the equipment I needed to do the full workout because there was a spin class going on in the room so I just improvised and used other machines to get the workout done. It was great workout and the straight leg standing deadlifts really got my hamstrings good.
Sunday was a rest day and a much-needed rest day at that. I was able to use a friends faom roller to roll out my tight hamstrings and lower back and they feel much better.
So we are finished up with the fourth week of MP 45 and moving on to the last three weeks of the work out. I feel very good and my body is changing in all the right ways. I’m at my lowest weight I have been at in a long time. The diet is awesome and I got to share a wonderful lobster meal with some friends for dinner on Sunday. This last week of workouts with two a days was definitely challenging. I really feel great about the cardio intensity and I’m excited to look at this weeks workouts. Time to get really focused and push hard to finish strong on this workout and I’m excited to share my successes with you. Thank you for stopping by and have a wonderful day.
Amazing Friday workout! Started the day with about an hour of interval sprinting. Then ate a ton of food! Then had a second workout. Super setting bi/trip overload!!! Tons of reps and running the rack to get a hugggeeee pump. It felt great… arms are pretty much useless after that. Tomorrow (today as I am writing this) is Legs/abs. Short post today as it’s time to get after it! Have a killer day and spread positivity. Cheers! Jer