Bootcamp challenge! 10 lbs, 5 % body fat, one month.

Hard work pays off. This is 50 lbs of fat loss. This client swung for the fences every workout, his metabolism got faster and he no longer had a desire to put a lot junk food in his body, and he isn't done yet.  Read more in the testimonials.

Working with clients who want to put on muscle is another challenge. You want to avoid putting on unnecessary fat. This man put on 10 lbs in a month and stayed lean at the same time. To be continued..
 
ONE ON ONE AND GROUP SESSIONS!
BOOTCAMPS!

- INCREASE METABOLISM!
- CORE STRENGTHENING!
- STRENGTHEN MUSCLE/BONES/JOINTS!
- INCREASE SPEED AND FLEXIBILITY!

WILL TRAIN AT YOUR HOME, OUTSIDE OR IN YOUR GYM IF PERMITTED!

 
NEW TAMPA BOOTCAMP! 
We train Tuesday and Thursday at 7:15 pm, and Saturday at 7:30 am. Location is the Richmond Place Community Center. Click the link above for directions.
Bootcamp
TOM POLLARD'S PERSONAL TRAINING 
     
NSCA CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER
SERVICING PASCO AND HILLSBOROUGH COUNTIES. 




Contact Info
1-813-528-1602
tgpollard68@gmail.com     
Simple Nutrition advice

- Green is good. Leafy green veggies a couple times a day.
- DO NOT DRINK CALORIES an orange is better than an orange juice. Sweetened soda is bad news. I'd make an exception for milk because of its protein content. Another exception is a post workout recovery drink when your blood sugar is low and your muscles need to be fed. One hour after a workout is the ideal time for a smoothie.
-SMALLER PORTIONS. Never leave TGIF, Ruby Tuesday's, Cracker Barrel, Olive Garden, etc without a take home bag. For instance, Ruby Tuesdays broccoli and chicken pasta has 1900 calories (it's the cheese sauce that packs the punch). 1900 calories is roughly about how much a couch potato should plan on eating everyday if he/she does not want to be overweight.
- You should be getting at least half your body-weight in grams of protein.
For instance a 150 lb man or woman should be getting 75 grams of protein. An athlete or fitness enthusiast will benefit from even more protein.
- FLOUR AND REFINED SUGAR ARE THE DEVIL. Okay, it's a little dramatic but remove the two from your diet and you'll notice a difference in the mirror and in your energy level.
- Replace candy bars with nuts and fruits.
- If you're going to eat junk, eat it after you work out.
- Don't eat a lot of carbs before bedtime. We burn fat when we are inactive. Sleep is for burning fat. Carbs will be stored during your sleep - as fat. If you're hungry before bed, have a protein based shake or snack.
-Whole grain bread/rice over flour/white rice.
-Pay attention to your body. A lot of people have allergies/intolerance to different kinds of food. Headaches, fatigue, hives, etc might be signs that you have a food allergy or intolerance. If that is the case, seek out professional medical advice.