I worked my ass off yesterday. I'm glad I did, too, because I'm at a point where I have to lose a pound per day to accomplish my overall goal. That means each and every day has to be nearly perfect, which you can't really accomplish with guesswork.
It's a good idea to keep a journal (or a video log) of how you're feeling and looking each day. By documenting your progress, hurdles, hiccups, and small successes, you'll be able to look back and see how far you've come. Having a record of your 30-day shred will also help you know what to expect and how to improve for the next time you want to get dialed in.
In today's video, you'll see me try to eat healthy at a Yankees game. It's a mission I think I handled successfully. Enjoy the ballgame and today's arms, abs, and calves workout!
30 days out Day 13
Watch The Video - 6:24
Success Tip Rest Days
For me, rest days are a challenge because I like to be active, but they're a great opportunity to catch up on work so you can get any unfinished projects done. You can also get a lot of cooking done.
Check out healthy cookbooks or recipes on Bodybuilding.com for ways to spice up your food without adding a whole bunch of calories.
It's also a good call to take a moment on these rest days to reflect on the past couple of weeks and think about the work you have left to do!
- Steady-State Cardio: 30 minutes
Steady-State Cardio Options
- Incline treadmill walk
- Stair mill
- ARC trainer
- Low-intensity jog
- Stationary bike
- Low-intensity row