Kelechi Opara Fitness 360 — Follow His Program
Kelechi Opara is a passionate individual who shaped his life through hard work and dedication. Early on he discovered a fondness of working out, and like everything else he attacked it with great vigor and zeal. Kelechi almost immediately started to see great strength gains, but wasn't seeing the size increase that he hoped for.
He quickly realized that everyone was different and that he had to find a program that fit his specific needs. Through trial and error, Kelechi educated himself on the art of bodybuilding and soon sculpted an astounding physique. If you want a body like Kelechi (and who wouldn't), check out his unique plan.
Kelechi's Fitness Program
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Definitely going to do this. It looks like a great program. I compared it to many others and I think this is my best bet. I start weight training this thursday in school. I think I'm going to spend thursday and friday just kind of getting a feel for the equipment and maybe weighing myself/finding my maxes. Monday I'm gonna hit this program with all I got. I'm pumped.
Tore my legs to shreds day one. Day 2, busted head during v-bar pull ups...long story, short workout. Day 3, workout seemed Loooonnnng. Hit it for 50mins and didn't finish due to time constraints. I needed over an hour. Too much rest between sets or too many sets?
Definitely challenging and sore muscle maker!
Some great supplements to take that build size and strength would be whey, casein, and an overall good diet. The protein shake I take after every workout would be 1 scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream flavored Syntha-6 mixed with 1/2 scoop Dymatize Elite Casein (Get the smooth vanilla, it tastes the best) then add a banana, a handful of ice cubes, and some vanilla yogurt.
Monday starts my training with Kelechi's Muscel building program. My goals are to build muscle while still staying lean. I've been in the Navy for the last 8 years now. I want the muscle but i also want to make sure I can still keep my 20/21 minute 3 mile run time.
Hello everyone, I’m new in the bodybuilding world and I need help. I’ve always workout pretty constant and tried so stay off junk food like fried and high carbs, sugars, etc. but bottom line I think I’m working to hard and not seeing the results. just started on Opara's muscle program and my questions is should I eat everything on the diet? I want to gain muscle but I also want to stay lean and cut. Thanks