I started going the gym in September, and also do a personal trainer module at uni so, I've gained a nice bit of knowledge quite quickly.
Has there been any results so far? Do you have a need to really change anything? Fat loss is a slow process, especially if muscle mass is wished to be maintained, or even gained.
Yeah there's been good development. Yeah there needs to be change, do achieve what what I want I need to be more specific with my goals...causing change.
Each meal time would would have one of these meals:
Breakfast: porridge or peanut butter toast, scrambled eggs on toast.
For lunch or tea my cupboards contains: tuna, wraps, salad (lettuce, cabbage, cucumber, celery, sweetcorn, peppers, onions, bag of mixed veg), chicken, jacket potatos, chili con carnie, beans, pasta, quinoa caserrole, eggs. Can't think of anything else, the only bad thing really is the amount of mayo I have.
You seem also to have plenty of carbs on your diet. Check if you need them all. Think about easing on the breakfeast, atleast on the easier and less active days. That could aid the fat loss. Do you eat dinner or anything after lunch? There ain't too much protein on your day if that's correct.
Ermmmmm...yeah I feel I do need a nice amount of carbs, been feeling really tired when I've had less. Yeah, I don't have the best amount of protein in food, have one shake of total protein a day which helps.
At the gym a do, chest/bicep, shoulders, back/tricep, legs, shoulders, then mix it up on one day at the weekend.
If I got this right, you are training 6 days a week? Shoulders twice or thrice? Be careful with that one. Many of the arm and chest/back exercises also activate the shoulders, so you could have an injury waiting here. Listen to your body. More workout doesn't necessarily equal more results.
Yeah that's shown, about a week ago I had a twinge in my shoulder from an old injury, had a week rest, give the shoulder a good stretch everyday, gonna take it carefully, gonna change to;
shoulders/legs, back/tricep, chest/bicep, shoulders, fit that into a week, 3 rest days.
Robert knows shoulderstuff. You could try facepulls.
Added them to my workout. Copied the one above pretty much.
On a side note regarding appearance, what do people think about the golden ratio/golden section kinda thing, proportion? I've seen so much contrasting information, different calculators giving you different results