Tuesday, November 1, 2011

"It's a New Dawn. It's A New Day. It's a New LIFE. And I'm FEELING GOOD"

Quick Self Interview by Kimberly Ho


Date: November 1, 2011
Time: 10:45am
Weight: 135 lbs

Did you eat breakfast? Obviously.  It is after all, the most important meal of the day.  It should more or less be the biggest meal as well.  :D

You look a little tired:  I am but I got some great sleep last night.  A whole 8 hours is what I find works best with my body.  Any less...well you do not want to mess with me.  I had a dream where Arnold Schwarzenegger was telling me to come visit him at this booth at some convention.  I really did not want to wake up.

How many times do you workout a week?  6 of the 7 days of the week.  I allow myself a day off to fully rest (without cardio).  My split days are as follows:


Offseason training split:

Monday: 
Bicep/Tricep
Tuesday: Chest/Core
Wednesday: Legs (Glutes/Quads)
Thursday: Shoulders
Friday: Back/Obliques
Saturday: Legs (Hamstrings/Calves)
Sunday:   Off 
 
Fav Body Part To Train: Wheels baby (LEGS)


How many meals do you eat each day?  I eat about 5-6 small meals a day.  This ensures I keep my fat metabolism system working all the time.  You never want to wait too long to eat something.  After all, who doesn't want their fat loss to be optimal? :D

When is your next competition?   I step onto the big stage again on April 28, 2012 at the 2012 World Qualifiers at the McPhillips Street Station Casino with my fellow competitors from all across Canada.  I am so excited!!!  Make sure you come and support me.

Well that is all for this morning.  Stay tuned.  There is definitely more to come.

2 comments:

  1. You look awesome Kim! I haven't seen you in A LONG TIME! But you loook fantastic :D

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  2. If you want a six pack, this is one abdominal exercises you need to embrace. They are a great supplement to leg raises because they help you focus on a completely different aspect of the six pack and that is making sure your abs are visible when your spine is in a neutral position.

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