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Ryan Hooseman – Talks To Us

Age: 18
Weight: 169lb
Height: 5’8″

Routine:

Kris Gethin 12 Week Daily Trainer
5 hell sessions ( current routine)
Animal Hellraiser Training

Diet:

2-3 Hour interval between meals
Seasoning on all meats is kept to a bare minimum but enough to keep you eating
After a workout ill jug 2 scoops of protein within 1-45 minutes and then continue with my eating as scheduled.

Breakfast
3 Eggs or scoop of protein powder, 100grams oats

Meal 2
100grams brown rice
100grams of lean steak/chicken/turkey breast/tilapia

Meal 3
Boiled Sweet potato/ Boiled potato (seasoned with salt/pepper)
100grams of lean steak/chicken/turkey breast/tilapia

Meal 4
100grams brown rice or (Whole wheat pasta)
100grams of lean steak/chicken/turkey breast/tilapia

Meal 5
Boiled Sweet potato/ Boiled potato (seasoned with salt/pepper)
100grams of lean steak/chicken/turkey breast/tilapia
Boiled unseasoned broccoli

Meal 6
100grams brown rice or (Whole wheat pasta)
100grams of lean steak/chicken/turkey breast/tilapia
Boiled unseasoned broccoli

Meal 7
100grams of lean steak/chicken/turkey breast/tilapia or (scoop of protein with water)
Boiled unseasoned broccoli

When and why did you get started?

I got started when I was 14, I trained with aspiring football athletes doing very hardcore intense heavy lifting/ gruelling cardio sessions for 2 hours 3 nights a week. My training was never constant though because of countless injuries sustained through football, torn ligament in my ankle, dual posterior shin splints, collarbone injury.

Will you always strive to get stronger or at some point just try to maintain?

I will always try and be stronger then before but obviously at some point some thing’s gotta give and you will know it’s time to slow it down and be healthy opposed to crippling yourself at an older age.

Have you done any competitions or plan to?

I’ve never seriously considered competing but it is a compelling idea.

What would be your biggest dream to be able to achieve?

To be known and show people what I am capable of, in and outside of the gym, whatever I choose to participate in, to excel and become a contender.

Do you ever struggle to stick to your diet and eat lots of junk food?

I never really struggle with it, obviously there are times when you say to yourself “Dam, I really want that burger.” But when you think of all the time and effort you’ve put into avoiding shoving that crap down your stomach and how much you’re achieving by not doing it, internally and externally it should be enough to hold you down. By looking at yourself, you know what you’re doing is working and by mentally being able to control yourself and resist you are increasing your own will power.

Allot of us out there love a good drink of alcohol from time to time, do you ever drink, if so how often

I am young so drinking won’t play as much a factor for me as others, but I have never touched alcohol, weed or a cigarette. I stay away from it all because I am not compelled to try it.

If you could pick only one supplement what would it be? (Not protein as you can get that from foods easily)

I don’t take any supplements outside of protein, never have.

Your favourite food?

I love a freshly baked pizza, nothing beats it.

If you could pick only 3 different body parts to put on your body from 3 famous people, what would they be and why?

Scott Adkins Abs
Kris Gethin’s Quads
Phil Heath’s Arms

Who do you look up to these days and why?

I don’t look up to any particular bodybuilder, I’ve never actually followed Mr.Olympia or anything like that, through following Kris Gethin’s workout plan though I look up to him; his work ethic is unmatched and he strives to help others if they are willing to work and he is natural. He seems like a great guy to follow in this sport.

Your favourite quote?

If you always put limit on everything you do, physical or anything else. It will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them.
Bruce Lee

Your top 3 tips to someone that might be just starting out bodybuilding?

-Stay with it, even though you may not be getting the results you would like in the beginning, don’t give up you’ll reach it, just make changes and hit the gym harder then the day before.

-Don’t rely on supplements to get you to where you want to be, the human body can tolerate and push through more then you could imagine.

-Having a workout partner is a great way to push yourself and reach goals quicker.

What is your favourite motivation picture online and why?

Video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6xLYt265ZM

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