IF YOU’VE BEEN FOLLOWING GENUINE MEN’S MAGAZINE, YOU’LL KNOW THAT OUR 100 DAYS OF 100’S SERIES KICKED OFF LAST MONTH. AFTER THE FIRST 25 DAYS WE’RE UPDATING OUR AUDIENCE OF OUR PROGRESS AND QUICKLY ADDING SOME MORE DOWNLOADABLE ELEMENTS FOR OUR READERS TO HELP TRACK THEIR PROGRESS. THIS CHALLENGE ISN’T ABOUT THE PLACE WHERE YOU WORK OUT OR THE AMOUNT OF BENCH PRESSES YOU CAN DO. IT’S ABOUT BEING CONSISTENT IN YOUR WORKOUT ROUTINE AND STICKING TO THE GOALS THAT YOU SET. THESE 20 MINS YOU’RE SETTING ASIDE TO WORKOUT ARE GOING TO BENEFIT YOUR HEALTH IN THE LONG RUN. TAKE A LOOK AT PROGRESS PHOTOS BELOW AND IF TELL US YOU CAN’T DO IT, WE’LL TELL YOU ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE.
OUR 25 DAY PROGRESS PHOTOS
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THE NEXT GOAL – DAY 50
Ok, so our first 25 days has left us wide-eyed and in awe. Even in our 20’s, we never saw results like this. It’s clear that this style of HILT training has helped carve out what was there for us, but hidden under all that fat. Let’s make this clear, you’re not going see huge weight gain or eye-popping muscle growth doing this workout challenge. This is all about being consistent and doing a little bit of exercise every day and helping to carve out what’s already there in your body. Each of the “100 Days of 100’s” exercises are helping to fortify your arms, core, and especially your legs. We want to prove that you don’t need a gym membership to see lasting results.
Over the next 25 days, we’re looking to ramp up the 100 days of 100’s workout challenge a little bit.
- We’re going to cut down on rest time and up the intensity of the exercises. This is really going to get our heart rate up quicker, which will make us sweat much more.
- We’re going to closely follow what we eat. We get it, you have a life outside of exercising. Food is something that most guys enjoy, but really you’re doing more harm than good when you overeat or eat something unhealthy. By all means, go enjoy that burger and fries, but keep track of when and how often you choose to indulge. Seeing things on paper and then seeing that you’re backtracking can be a positive motivator.
We’ve made it easier than ever to keep track of what you eat – below you’ll find a free downloadable spreadsheet formatted to keep meals, workouts routines, and any other personal comments you need to write down. The purpose is to write in it every day, constantly reminding yourself of what awaits you at Day 100. When you feel yourself straying from your goals, look at what you’ve eaten over the last few days and make a choice. Put the effort in now so when the challenge is over, you’ll know at Day 100, you gave it all you had.