Ultra Cut Training – Ultra Cut Training

Ultra Cut Training - Ultra Cut TrainingClick Image To Read More…If everyone could just take a “magic pill” or strap on an ab belt and become fit, we would have one very in-shape and healthy nation…

Losing body fat and trading it in for the lean muscle we all want, is not all that complicated. The problem, however, is that you have never been given the right information and workouts about HOW you can attain this healthy, lean look. Well, today I have the answer to all your health and fitness problems that will help you get and stay Ultra Cut for life.

When first starting out on my own fitness journey, I really had no idea where to start. I have been an athlete my whole life so I knew a little bit about working out. However, after a few bad experiences in the weight room throughout high school, I was really intimidated to even think about stepping into the weight room when I got to college. Fortunate enough for me, I had experienced two collapsed lunges just before graduating high school (fun, I know) and was told I could not lift weights for at least 3 months.

Now this was completely fine by me as I didn’t want to lift weights anyways. I was trying to prepare to play my first season of collegiate basketball and the last thing I wanted to do was mess up my jump shot by lifting weights (a complete myth by the way). So that summer I spent the months working out on the court and doing some bodyweight conditioning to get stronger.

I saw some results that summer, but nothing to come home bragging about. When school got started, I was still unable to lift because of my surgery and by the time I got permission to lift, the season had started and I was in the clear to not have to step into the weight room.

At the start of my freshman season I weighed in at a whopping 165 pounds… Oh yea, and I stood at 6’6″! So you can imagine how much of a beating I took on the court that year by guys who did spend time in the weight room and were much stronger than I was.

After my freshman season ended, I knew it was time to get serious about hitting the weights (as much as I didn’t want to.) The problem was I had no clue where to start. My coach had told me I needed to put on 25 pounds by the start of my Sophomore season… Quite the daunting task for someone with very little experience in the weight room.

The first place I turned was to my good friend and strength coach Levi. At the time, Levi stood at a rock solid 220 pounds and was a beast in the weight room. He was lean, strong, had a ripped six pack, and muscles everyone wanted. I wanted to look like him!

Throughout that summer, we went through some… Read more…

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