Zyzz Röportajı (Antreman Programı/Beslenmesi/Favori Suplementleri/İdolleri[İNLİGİZCE]

Konusu 'Çeşitli Makaleler' forumundadır ve rund3v1l tarafından 7 Eylül 2012 başlatılmıştır.

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  1. rund3v1l

    rund3v1l Üye

    12 Mayıs 2012
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    zyzz Kimdir ? ; https://www.bodyforumtr.com/vbforum/zyzz-aziz-shavershian-t45695.html?t=45695&highlight=zyzz

    Kaynak olarak ; http://www.simplyshredded.com/exclusive-zyzz-interview.html

    How did you get started with bodybuilding?
    Throughout high school, I was always an extreme ectomorph. I could eat anything and not put on fat, muscle, or weight, or so I thought. I was always fascinated with bodybuilding but lacked the motivation to start training hard until after I was done with my final year of school and exams were completed – it was time for a lifestyle change. I was ridiculously thin, I’m talking the skinniest guy in my grade in school; people always commented on how skinny I was and I hated it. I was always known as the skinny kid. I remember feeling like a little bitch when I was out with girls, walking next to them and feeling the same size as them. After My HSC, it was holidays, and I started going clubbing every weekend and always noticed whenever a jacked dude walked by, they had a presence a lot greater than that of a ‘normal’ person. The guys respect them, and the girls are all over them, and really, who wouldn’t want that?

    Where does your motivation come from?

    If you asked me this question when I started training, my response would’ve been completely different. Originally, it started out innocently enough, I wanted to get bigger so I wasn’t so skinny, and have a bit of a build on me to impress girls. I’d look at pictures of shredded guys and tell myself, that’s going to be me. 4 years into my training, I can safely say that my motivation to train goes far beyond that of merely impressing people, it is derived from the feeling of having set goals and achieving them and outdoing myself in the gym.

    What is your training philosophy?

    If you’re counting every single rep like its nothing, you aren’t training hard enough. When I deadlift, I don’t think “hey I’ll stop at 5 reps” I think, I’ll stop when my wrists won’t let me hold the damn bar. It’s all about pushing yourself. The human body wants to stay idle and does not want to change unless you force it to. The more uncomfortable and the more pain you feel in your workouts, the greater the end result of your physique.

    So that’s your training philosophy, what about your philosophy of life?

    Definitely. Personally I’m a very friendly and happy person, and believe that people need to lighten up and enjoy life more. Even though I put on a lot of size and to some look intimidating, I’m one of the friendliest people you can meet.

    What workout routine has worked best for you?

    Monday: Chest/Biceps

    4 sets of Incline Dumbbell Press, 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Bench Press, 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Incline Flies, 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Chest Dips until failure
    3 sets of Barbell Curls, 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Preacher Curls, 8-10 reps, then drop the weight to half, and push out another 8

    Tuesday: Legs/Calves

    4 sets of Squats 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Lunges 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Leg Press 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Leg Extensions till failure
    3 sets of Leg Curls 8-10 reps

    Wednesday: Back

    3 sets of Lat Pulldowns 8-10 reps
    4 sets of Deadlifts 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Bent Over Rows 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Dumbell Rows 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Hyperextensions 8-10 reps

    Thursday: Shoulders/Triceps

    4 sets of Shoulder Press, alternate with Barbell & Dumbell every week 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Upright Rows supersetted with Lateral Raises 8-10 reps
    3 sets of front raises 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Lying Rear Delt Raises 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Close-Grip Bench Press 8-10 reps
    4 sets of Pulldowns 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Skullcrushers 8-10 reps

    Saturday: Full Body

    3 sets of Deadlifts 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Squats 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Clean and Jerk 8-10 reps
    3 sets of Weighted Pull ups 8-10 reps

    If you have to pick only 3 exercises, what would they be and why?

    Deadlifts – This exercise will transform you body if done every week, correctly. Go hard and have fun with them. Notice how you rarely see people deadlift heavy at the gym? Do you also notice how all these people have average physiques? Put 2 and 2 together.
    Lateral Raises – This is an isolation exercise that I love. Pushing yourself through the pain barrier is a mental game, and the pump it gives yields a quite aesthetically pleasing touch to the physique
    Incline Dumbell Chest Press – I have always started my chest workouts with Incline dumbbells. This allows for a far greater stretch, burn, and overall hypertrophy of the chest then a barbell, as well as targeting the upper chest from the get-go.

    What is your philosophy on nutrition?

    No fast food.
    No soft drinks
    No sweets or sugar
    Only fluid you shall drink is water, and green tea
    I have never counted calories, I just make sure I get a good amount of protein in every meal, and have around seven or eight separate meals a day as this ignites the metabolism. Basically, to put on meat, you have to eat meat. Try have some sort of meat product in most of your meals. Chicken Breast, Steak, Lamb, Kangaroo and if you don’t love these already, you will have to learn to.

    Sample Daily Diet:
    Meal 1 – 6 boiled Eggs, 2 cups of Oatmeal and a Protein Shake
    Meal 2 – 300g Chicken Breast (boiled) Broccoli and Brown Rice
    Meal 3 – 200g Tuna chunks in spring water, mixed with Spinach Leaves, and Wholemeal Pasta
    Have your workout. Immediately post workout, consume your Whey Protein

    Meal 4 – Stir fry Beef/Kangaroo Mince with some vegetables
    Meal 5 – Steak or Kangaroo and Brussels Sprouts
    Meal 6 – 4 scrambled Eggs and some Salmon
    Meal 7 – One cup of no fat Cottage Cheese 10m before bed
    When trying to cut down do you prefer to use HIIT or just normal cardio?

    Neither. If you have your diet 100%, you don’t even have to look at the treadmill. It’s a simple case of calories in vs. calories out. If you consume more calories than you burn, you put on weight. If you consume less calories than you burn, you lose weight.

    What is your supplementation like?

    Hydrolyzed whey protein
    Fish oil caps (6 a day)
    Animal pack multivitamin
    Xtend for BCAA’s
    Vitamin C
    Green Tea
    Mesomorph or Jack3d preworkout energy
    Phenadrine and Inferno fat burners
    Favorite Bodybuilders?
    Arnold Schwarzenegger and Frank Zane. I love the classic bodybuilder look, with lean, tapered waists, rather than the blocky physiques of today. More examples of admirable and ideal physiques would include fitness models like Marco Pietrowski, Pham Woodbridge, and Tyler Mcpeak.

    zyzz Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZyzzShreddedshian
    neverbackdown., Legion77 ve StormBlast bunu beğendi.


    12 Mayıs 2011
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    Yanlış yere açmışsın konuyu Çeviriler bölümündeki İstekler kısmına taşınırsa daha doğru olacaktır.
    Rambo16 bunu beğendi.
  3. Legion77

    Legion77 Üye

    19 Temmuz 2013
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