What a great weekend, this past Saturday was the NPC Garden State and my boy Hidetada was the guest poser. After picking up Hidetada from his hotel we head straight to the pre judging to set up our table. Didn’t even know Hide was dieting and just 4 weeks out from the Chicago pro. That […]
How long have you been into your sport? >
Since I can remember I was always in to weight lifting especially because I was always playing soccer and track and field.
How did you get started? >
When I moved back from Colombia to United States as a teenager I realized it was possible to look like all those guys I see on TV and magazines so I signed up to a gym nearby.
why do you train? >
Because I really enjoy it and it's the best part of my day!!
what motivates you? >
The changes and the challenge of the sport. Plus it's a good way to lead by example to others and especially to my daughter.
What are your goals? >
I'd like to say make a dream come true which was becoming an IFBB Pro Bodybuilder.
What are your core principles behind your approach to this sport? >
Having structure in your life.
what advice would you give someone? >
NUTRITION and SUPPLEMENTATION!!! one of my biggest mistake in the beginning was not paying attention to those.
Sample Off-Season Diet >
- Anavite and 10g of Aminolast
Sample Off-Season Training >
My workouts are usually high-intensity and I keep my reps high as well, usually between 12 to 20 reps and sometimes I go all the way up to 30 reps on some body parts
Sample Contest Diet >
Similar to Off-Season Diet except that I start removing fruits and adjust my carbs. GlycoFuse stays in the diet until contest time or I remove it on the preworkout. I add Detonate XT in the morning and Glutamine to my preworkout and my morning supplements.
Sample Contest Training >
It’s usually the same as my Off-Season Training wihch is high-intensity and high reps because I just don’t feel the need to change my workouts