30 Days Out: Craig Capurso's Extreme Cut Trainer Day 17
You're hitting auxiliary muscles today, which means you have to push through some tough trisets. Prepare yourself for the work you'll do in the gym and in the kitchen.
If you're not already in the habit, check yourself in the mirror every day. Look at where your body is holding water and fat, and look for new signs of leanness. Be objective. I know where my trouble spots are. Where are yours? Do they look better now than they did two weeks ago?
Use what you see in the mirror as motivation. Go after your goals. You have less than two weeks to achieve them. I'm hitting a spin class today to get my sweat on. I'm doing what I know I have to do to finish where I want. No excuses.
There isn't enough time in this trainer to feel sorry for yourself or to have a bad workout. You need to push it through every single rep. You only have an hour it in the gym—spend it fighting. The hard work you put in now will make a massive difference at the end, so keep your goals in mind when the going gets tough.
30 days out Day 17
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Success Tip Supps
The stack that's part of this program isn't as large or complex as the one I use, but I think it's perfect for what we're trying to achieve. If you want to add more products to your supplement stack, I don't think that's a problem. We're dieting pretty hard, so supplements can really help you fill in those nutritional gaps.
I like to take greens because I don't always get enough vegetables. Salad is difficult to pack. I also supplement with dextrose, digestive enzymes, and vitamin C. I know that I have more options than most of you because I'm a Cellucor-sponsored athlete, but I really think supplements can make a big difference in how you feel and how you look.
- Steady-State Cardio: 30 minutes
Steady-State Cardio Options
- Incline treadmill walk
- Stair mill
- ARC trainer
- Low-intensity jog
- Stationary bike
- Low-intensity row