John gets more strict with the diet (sort of) as he continues his preparation for his trip to Las Vegas to see the Mr. Olympia contest. The training intensity picks up as he adds a few new supplements to the nutrition program.
John begins his diet and training program to whip his body into peak condition in time for the Mr. Olympia Event in Las Vegas on September 29th. For this first week, John increases the intensity of his workouts but his diet isn't quite as strict as it should be. After all, it would be unpatriotic not to celebrate the 4th of July, right?
Follow Natural Mr. Olympia John Hansen's training and diet program over a 12 week period as he gets himself in top shape in preparation to attend this years Mr. Olympia event in Las Vegas, Nevada. John will post his training and diet programs every day for the next 12 weeks as he attempts to whip his body into peak condition.
You have been consistent with your meals, training, and cardio for eight full weeks, but you just aren't getting the same impressive results you saw after the first 5 weeks. Why? Either you are overtraining(1) and need rest, or it's the time for a CHANGE in your workout regimen.
In Part 1 of “Spring Back Into Shape”, I covered the training and nutrition strategies needed to get your body back into shape in time for the warmer weather. If you’ve been inconsistent with your training over the winter months and let your diet slide over the holiday season, now‘s the time to shed that excess body fat and tone up the muscles for the beach season.