Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Back home from LA…

I had an absolute blast down in LA last week. Loved every minute of it and got a taste of what it’s like to live the California bodybuilder lifestyle for while. Worked out on Muscle Beach, worked out in Gold's Gym Venice, ate a “bodybuilders lunch” at the Firehouse restaurant.

For those of you who are not familiar with the Firehouse, it is just down the street from Gold’s Gym and they actually have a “Bodybuilders Menu” section where you can order low fat, high protein bodybuilding foods right off the menu like egg whites, grilled chicken, steamed veggies, oatmeal, whole grain high protein pancakes, etc…

My post workout meal was what they call the bodybuilders lunch, which was 6 oz. of grilled chicken breast and a big bowl of pasta with marinara sauce. It is a simple meal, but that’s the whole point, because not many restaurants let you order healthy low fat foods right off the menu.

Saturday and Sunday I attended the Internet marketing seminar, which was the real purpose of the trip. There were approx. 600 Internet business owners from all over the world in attendance. I learned a ton of valuable information that will not only help take my business to the next level, but more importantly help me provide you with more valuable information that you can use to help take your physique to the next level.

I’m going to be doing a lot more interactive training and using things like online instructional videos, online training seminars, teleclasses, etc. that you can watch and participate in so you can learn exactly what to do in order to build lean solid muscle, burn stubborn bodyfat, and get in your best shape ever.

Bodybuilding and fitness training is a very visual thing. You will be able to learn a lot more from more multi-media based training information where you can actually see how to do things, rather then simply reading text. So you can keep an eye out for that stuff over the coming weeks.

Here are some more pics taken from down in LA…


  1. Dear Lee,
    the pics look look gr8 although bit bulky(read fat LOL ..but you deserve it ) the way who is the man beside you in the third pic ...
    and also one question since I saw u in pic using parallel bars for push ups un find any difference in terms of effect between normal pushups (on floor) and pushup on bar ? ..

  2. When I competed a couple weeks ago I weighed in at 201 lbs. now I up to around 220 lbs. so yeah I've gotten fat... but at least I'm fat and happy LOL

    The guy in the pic is IFBB pro Silvio Samuel.

    Using push up bars is easier on the wrists and will make the exercise more comfortable then doing them with your hands flat on the floor.