Help Needed - Diet now sorted.. Training regime required for 10weeks (At Home)
I had a hard look in the mirror and realised i need to sort myself out big-style! I used to play football 5 times a week and since getting older over the years and with other things in life this has wilted down to a measly 1hr indoor kick about with work a week. Adding on the crap eating lifestyle and lager.. This shows as now i look like a pregnant bloke! I am constantly holding in my stomach all the time. When out or at work. Even when i'm with the gf, i always hold it in. I'm now tired of doing this and the barrel that looks like it has attached to me needs to be shifted!
I am 28 (29 in June) weigh 89.9kg and i'm 5'11" tall.
I have a 10 week target which takes me up to mid June. My goal is to have a flat stomach (to the point of some abs showing through.. but at least the gut has gone)
From reading a bit on this forum, it seems that probably the best way to drastically cut this weight off is to do the Keto diet?
Now i've tried reading up on it and got myself completely confused with it all. Especially trying to work out the figures and stuff. Maths was never my best subject, try asking the lads when playing darts in local :(
Can someone please help me work out the exact diet i need to go by and show me a meal plan that i can follow? Baring in mind that i am a bit fussy with food.. well i dont like fish, peanut butter, salad, cheese (unless its melted, think its a texture thing) but i love all meat!!
Also, i am not currently a member of a gym. As the one at work doesnt open till 1st July. So i need a workout plan that i can do at home. I do however own some dumb-bells and a Z bar. As for cardio? What is the best way to tackle this? I do have a Reebok Olyptical cross trainer at home.. and i do go out on my mountain bike and this journey works out at 9miles (roughly takes me 46-50mins). This isnt overal high intensity. I can start up running again if needed.
Any help will be really appreciated so that i can reach my goal.
post edited by Muscle_Lee - 2011/04/10 11:41:05