Whilst doing a mini diet this Jan, I’ve been looking back through photos at the different countries I’ve done this routine of suspension training and dieting. Questioning… Have I gained suspension training muscle mass over the years? So I’ve collected 7 photos of the years of TRX training all over the world to compare the muscle gained from suspension training
The diet gets easier
Each time the diet gets easier from trial and error and research application. Each time (hopefully 🤞) I’ve gained more muscle. This diet has been the easiest yet. Energy levels have remained good throughout each suspension training workout.
I’ve managed to maintain all rep ranges, strong peak contractions (squeeze!) and good mindful muscle-connection focus. Leading me to believe strength hasn’t diminished and thus muscle mass. Carb intake has been tiny, with most of the days’ energy source coming from fats.
My brain is loving it! More alert, focused, grounded and rational. And my body seems to be happily chewing away at excess fat in the calorie deficit. Fascinating data to reflect on both internally and externally with this current approach. AND zero grumpy pants moments, which I know my better half Frida is always happy for.
The suspension training muscle gained photo comparisons
From the past…
Pic 1: Nepal
Pic 2: Cuba
Pic 3: East Mexico
Pic 4: North Mexico
Pic 5: Nicaragua
Pic 6: London
Pic 7: London
…to the present
📝Note: I don’t spend day to day life looking this by any means. These are peaks moments from diets. Most of life is spent in a calorie surplus to build the muscle that becomes visible from the diet.
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