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I think it was your podcast that said just that.

i have done it before and use bone broth morning and night and also get my butcher to add in organs into my mince at a 70 /30 ratio.

Dont worry I don't do the IG carnivore where they go to maccas and so on to get meats and additives Its all clean meats
The POD cast is a knock out, the Ebooks are an other killer addition..
 
Alright, let's get back on track. Many of you know I've been away for a while, so my training and diet weren't great during that time.

I'm back on TRT dosages now, so I'm not pushing it as hard since I didn't see the point after the break. I'll consider a stack later, but for now, I'm focusing on getting my diet back on track and hitting the gym full-time.

I still want to lose some weight. One issue that arose upon my return was joint pain and inflammation in my body. I've always had joint issues, and as I mentioned before, Carnivore diet worked wonders for me. So, I have 12 days before I'm away with family for a week, which coincidentally is right next door to a gym. I'm planning to eat this way until then, which should be enough time to reap the benefits.

The first few days are the toughest, especially after indulging in some Easter eggs, as the sugar cravings are high. So, you'll notice I'll be eating a bit more in the first few days until the cravings subside.

Today, I had pork ribs because I was craving sugar.

Here's what I've eaten today:

- Breakfast: Bacon and scrambled eggs with butter

- Mid-morning: Bulletproof coffee (black coffee with butter)

- Lunch: Lamb chops cooked in the air fryer

- Afternoon snack: 3 pork ribs

- Dinner: Mince with sour cream

- Snack: Bone Broth. It's not entirely carnivore due to containing Turmeric and Ginger, but it's a super clean broth that has worked wonders for me in the past.

In a few days, I'll simplify my meals to steak and mince, which will reduce shopping costs. Once you're accustomed to the diet, it becomes much cheaper, as you can opt for 80% mince 20% fat instead of splurging on expensive steaks. I'll also add in some liver and other cuts of meat into the mince (my butcher is doing that for me).

Today, I feel great. No digestive issues, which is a common concern for many.

Also, my weigh-in today was 101.5kgs.

Now, onto today's workout. I've switched to a new program since the one I was using on the Bodybuilding.com app is no longer working. I've opted for a faster-paced workout for the next 21 days.

- 15-minute walk warm-up

- Dumbbell bench press: 8 sets x 8 reps, 15kg. I anticipated shoulder issues towards the end, and indeed, I felt a pinch. I'll work my way back up in weight.

- Seated Cable Row: 8 sets x 8 reps, 50kg

- Overhead Press: 8 sets x 8 reps, 20kg. I used the Smith Machine due to shoulder concerns and the high rep count, and my shoulders did start to hurt.

- Cable Curl: 8 sets x 8 reps, 15kg. It hurt towards the end.

- Skull Crushers: 8 sets x 8 reps, 15kg

Each set had a 30-second rest, then back into it.

After the weight workout, I did 5 rounds with 1 minute rest after each round:

- Push Ups x 10

- Jumping Jacks x 20

- Burpees x 10

- Lying Floor Knee Raises x 20

- Jump Squats x 10

- Mountain Climbers x 20
 

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Alright, let's get back on track. Many of you know I've been away for a while, so my training and diet weren't great during that time.

I'm back on TRT dosages now, so I'm not pushing it as hard since I didn't see the point after the break. I'll consider a stack later, but for now, I'm focusing on getting my diet back on track and hitting the gym full-time.

I still want to lose some weight. One issue that arose upon my return was joint pain and inflammation in my body. I've always had joint issues, and as I mentioned before, Carnivore diet worked wonders for me. So, I have 12 days before I'm away with family for a week, which coincidentally is right next door to a gym. I'm planning to eat this way until then, which should be enough time to reap the benefits.

The first few days are the toughest, especially after indulging in some Easter eggs, as the sugar cravings are high. So, you'll notice I'll be eating a bit more in the first few days until the cravings subside.

Today, I had pork ribs because I was craving sugar.

Here's what I've eaten today:

- Breakfast: Bacon and scrambled eggs with butter

- Mid-morning: Bulletproof coffee (black coffee with butter)

- Lunch: Lamb chops cooked in the air fryer

- Afternoon snack: 3 pork ribs

- Dinner: Mince with sour cream

- Snack: Bone Broth. It's not entirely carnivore due to containing Turmeric and Ginger, but it's a super clean broth that has worked wonders for me in the past.

In a few days, I'll simplify my meals to steak and mince, which will reduce shopping costs. Once you're accustomed to the diet, it becomes much cheaper, as you can opt for 80% mince 20% fat instead of splurging on expensive steaks. I'll also add in some liver and other cuts of meat into the mince (my butcher is doing that for me).

Today, I feel great. No digestive issues, which is a common concern for many.

Also, my weigh-in today was 101.5kgs.

Now, onto today's workout. I've switched to a new program since the one I was using on the Bodybuilding.com app is no longer working. I've opted for a faster-paced workout for the next 21 days.

- 15-minute walk warm-up

- Dumbbell bench press: 8 sets x 8 reps, 15kg. I anticipated shoulder issues towards the end, and indeed, I felt a pinch. I'll work my way back up in weight.

- Seated Cable Row: 8 sets x 8 reps, 50kg

- Overhead Press: 8 sets x 8 reps, 20kg. I used the Smith Machine due to shoulder concerns and the high rep count, and my shoulders did start to hurt.

- Cable Curl: 8 sets x 8 reps, 15kg. It hurt towards the end.

- Skull Crushers: 8 sets x 8 reps, 15kg

Each set had a 30-second rest, then back into it.

After the weight workout, I did 5 rounds with 1 minute rest after each round:

- Push Ups x 10

- Jumping Jacks x 20

- Burpees x 10

- Lying Floor Knee Raises x 20

- Jump Squats x 10

- Mountain Climbers x 20
ohhh and big walk at night. All up 18,000 steps done today.
 
Alright, let's get back on track. Many of you know I've been away for a while, so my training and diet weren't great during that time.

I'm back on TRT dosages now, so I'm not pushing it as hard since I didn't see the point after the break. I'll consider a stack later, but for now, I'm focusing on getting my diet back on track and hitting the gym full-time.

I still want to lose some weight. One issue that arose upon my return was joint pain and inflammation in my body. I've always had joint issues, and as I mentioned before, Carnivore diet worked wonders for me. So, I have 12 days before I'm away with family for a week, which coincidentally is right next door to a gym. I'm planning to eat this way until then, which should be enough time to reap the benefits.

The first few days are the toughest, especially after indulging in some Easter eggs, as the sugar cravings are high. So, you'll notice I'll be eating a bit more in the first few days until the cravings subside.

Today, I had pork ribs because I was craving sugar.

Here's what I've eaten today:

- Breakfast: Bacon and scrambled eggs with butter

- Mid-morning: Bulletproof coffee (black coffee with butter)

- Lunch: Lamb chops cooked in the air fryer

- Afternoon snack: 3 pork ribs

- Dinner: Mince with sour cream

- Snack: Bone Broth. It's not entirely carnivore due to containing Turmeric and Ginger, but it's a super clean broth that has worked wonders for me in the past.

In a few days, I'll simplify my meals to steak and mince, which will reduce shopping costs. Once you're accustomed to the diet, it becomes much cheaper, as you can opt for 80% mince 20% fat instead of splurging on expensive steaks. I'll also add in some liver and other cuts of meat into the mince (my butcher is doing that for me).

Today, I feel great. No digestive issues, which is a common concern for many.

Also, my weigh-in today was 101.5kgs.

Now, onto today's workout. I've switched to a new program since the one I was using on the Bodybuilding.com app is no longer working. I've opted for a faster-paced workout for the next 21 days.

- 15-minute walk warm-up

- Dumbbell bench press: 8 sets x 8 reps, 15kg. I anticipated shoulder issues towards the end, and indeed, I felt a pinch. I'll work my way back up in weight.

- Seated Cable Row: 8 sets x 8 reps, 50kg

- Overhead Press: 8 sets x 8 reps, 20kg. I used the Smith Machine due to shoulder concerns and the high rep count, and my shoulders did start to hurt.

- Cable Curl: 8 sets x 8 reps, 15kg. It hurt towards the end.

- Skull Crushers: 8 sets x 8 reps, 15kg

Each set had a 30-second rest, then back into it.

After the weight workout, I did 5 rounds with 1 minute rest after each round:

- Push Ups x 10

- Jumping Jacks x 20

- Burpees x 10

- Lying Floor Knee Raises x 20

- Jump Squats x 10

- Mountain Climbers x 20
@FlexyMcFlexFace you back on board stay on this strong
and keep cardio higher
 
make sure you're eating animal organs that is key
 
this will be interesting to see how things turn out
 
long do you plan on continuing this diet?
 
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