For the past few months I’ve just been eating anything that I’ve wanted, loosely tracking calories and macros, but for the most part not really caring how much I ate – lots of ice cream, steak, ribs, fruit, pasta and the occasional Cinnabon.
Training has been whenever I’ve felt like it – sometimes 1x a week, but usually 2x with a couple of challenges throw in for fun. Simply put I’ve been maintaining my results with as little time as necessary, but today marks the the day that I finally get off my butt cheeks and decide to actually get moving towards my own personal Sexification goals for several reasons.
1. I’ll be speaking on a panel along with Fitocracy at PAX East in Boston on April 6th entitled Gaming and Fitness – A Surprisingly Awesome Marriage, so I want to come in looking as Sexified as I can.
2. Pursuing a solid physique goal helps keep me on track in other areas of my life as well.
3. I want to show you, live & in the flesh, that getting the body that you want doesn’t have to be difficult at all (and it can actually be more fun than a box of kittens playing with a box of puppies playing with a box of pandas).
4. It gives me a fun reason to keep myself accountable along with my awesome friend Sohee Lee on her own Sexification journey.
My goal is simple: to look and feel as great as I can over the next 12 weeks, with April 6th being a nice checkpoint.
At my current weight, I have about 30-35lbs to lose, and I’m giving myself 8-9 months to knock it all out in a leisurely manner.
Here is my diet breakdown, with the logic and how I accomplish to be the subject of an upcoming post:
This is on top of getting in an hour of activity that I love on off days (walking, hiking, dancing, practicing kung-fu moves, fighting along with Bruce Lee movies, etc).
Every Sunday I’ll be updating with pictures and talking about what I’m doing training wise, what I’m eating, my calorie intake and how I’m varying it and pretty much anything else that I think will be helpful.
More importantly, I’ll be covering what YOU want to know about the transformation process and how you can apply it to your own situation, so ask away in the comment section below!
Starting weight as of 2/18/2012: 210.4lbs