I do moving for a living right now (brutal work) but it pays well. Last week I only managed to squeeze in a bench and squat day. Today I was going to do deads but I'm thinking that it wouldn't be such a wise decision as tomorrow and the coming week will be difficult with work. I need the money for school but I'm really trying to make some decent gains and I really don't see it happening with lifting and moving.
-Anyone else here work a labor intensive job and pl? If so how do you train and work without feeling like complete **** and fatigued every day?
05-29-2010, 01:44 PM #1
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05-29-2010, 06:36 PM #3
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so in the end just workout and do your job. you will probably be super tired but life is all about sacrifices. and hopefully you dont plan on being a mover the rest of your life, so just suck it up now and get it over withFollow me on instagram mcleod209
05-29-2010, 07:16 PM #4
I work 60+ hours a week, landscaping and firefighting. Usually with one day off a week...I'm trying to cut, but I think my body is keeping the fat...my lifts are still going up though. I usually take NO-explode, helps me with my energy, work get easier the more you train! I'm usually to tired/lazy for cardio though (only once or twice a week)...Get as much sleep as you can as well. Basically, if you want to do it you will.
05-29-2010, 07:20 PM #5
05-30-2010, 04:20 AM #6
Try and get plenty of rest when you can, even mid-afternoon naps. Eat plenty (but eat WELL, dont get take out and a bottle of coke because the other labourers are doing it). Also make strategic use of Coffee/Red Bulls/Pre Workout Stimulant Supps for the days when you really feel dead.
other than that, you will get used to it. scale your training back to 2-3 days a week for a while until you can build back upOfficial Rugby training thread: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=107034291
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