What Is Your Fitness Frustration

Everything we post over on StayFitBuzz is geared towards helping you get strong, lean and sexy.
But today, let’s just have a conversation.
As I stated in the video, quite simply, what is on your fitness mind? What fustrates you? What do you wish you could cure with a magic wand (Obviously you can’t… but if you could)?
Leave your comments in the area below.

6 Responses to “What Is Your Fitness Frustration”

  • Andrew on August 23, 2012

    When I work out, I feel the burn and I do 3 minutes all out elliptical between different weight lifting exercises to keep my heart rate up but right after, I don’t really feel the burn anymore. I’m not a masochist but it always feels like something is wrong with not feeling a cramp or a burn even though I max out.

    Another problem is that I am alright in strength for all my muscles except for my chest. I can’t do bench press for the life of me. I’m 175 lbs and I can’t even bench 120 so what should I do to get stronger? I think I might have plateaued at 115. How do I surpass it?

    • admin on August 24, 2012

      Hi Andrew

      Well, not feeling the burn isn’t really a bad thing. You usually only feel the real burn after the first few workouts from not working out for long periods of time. You should be just fine, as long as you’re keeping your workouts relatively short.

      In terms of strength increases for bench press. Simply add 5lbs to your lifts every week. Download the doc from this page to learn exactly how to do that. Your strength levels will go up….

      >> http://www.fitzspiration.com/weight-training-program/

  • Niloufar on August 25, 2012

    What really frustrates me is the intense sugar cravings i get right after i have lunch or dinner. My diet consists of mainly protein, good fats, and good carbs from vegetables. I try to get my sugars from fruits mainly, but i do eat 1 peice of dark chocolate every now and then…. My goal is to lower my body fat which is at 21% right now 🙁 but the sugar and sweet cravings are kiiiiiliiing me 🙁

    • admin on August 25, 2012

      Hmmm, well, you are actually doing the right thing. We also state to do that in one of the ebooks. But with ‘good’ bad foods. Dark chocolate being one of them. I’ll keep this in mind for future program updates, posts…

  • Mark Taccone on August 26, 2012

    Hello there! I’m currently 32 years old and I weigh about 182-185lbs. I eat cleaner than clean and workout consistently. My workouts consist of crossfit/functional training, as well as metabolic bodybuilding training keeping rest periods short. Low Intensity cardio in the morning before 1st. Meal 45-60 min. I am lean and shredded everywhere except my abs. I’ve been told I was 6% bodyfat, but for the life of me my abs should be popping out more. I seriously need help dialing in my conditioning once and for all! Your help would be appreciated. Thanks for your time. Note: I would like to compete in the WBFF

    • admin on August 26, 2012

      We actually hear this from quite a few FitBuzzers. But not with someone who is as lean as you are. Abs, like everything else are muscles. What you may need to do is to start focusing on building the size of your abs. Try adding resistance to exercises such as hanging knee raises and the cable incline bench crunches. More exercises can be found here… in order to focus on all areas of your abdominals.

      => http://www.stayfitbuzz.com/2012/07/16/fit-buzz-effective-ab-training-protecting-your-back/

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