This New Year's TNT Challenge might result one of our contestants entering an NPC show for his first time at @foxcitiesshowdown
😲 This was not supposed to be a contest prep by any means as MOST of Team TNT clients are NOT competitors.
The average population of Asians are notoriously known to be very lean people so genetics does play a role in results as always but as you can see, environmental factors play a big role too such as food culture, work activity, etc... That's not to say @tmoua18
didn't bust his butt for this look at he's ALWAYS 100% on diet and 99% on cardio 😂 He only really missed a day so far in the last 11 weeks.
So far he's been doing minimal cardio of ~20 mins until about 2 weeks ago. This guy did not believe in my cardio 😂 I always prefer minimal as cardio can cause cortisol to rise so diet is almost always King for results of this manner. If the answer is 2+ hrs of cardio something is probably REALLY wrong with you and you need to find out what it is. May that be diet, hormones, digestion, inflammation, stress, etc... Even for a competitor, unless you're one of those big dog super heavies, there's probably no need for that. 9 times out of 10 it's your diet that's fucked up and that's why you need 2+ hrs of cardio 🤦🏻♂️ From experience, you usually see this with competitors who have cut out carbs super early then have no room to play with their diet so the cut out fats to the point where it's a total system stall and in order to break through it they need to be in super more calories, fiber supplements, and way more cardio than lifting. Sound fun, right? 😂 Work smarter not harder 🏆 #transformationtuesday