Bodybuilding

Jeremy Buendia Diet and Fitness

Motivation is a problem for many people who determine to train, but not for Jeremy Buendia. Unlike most young people who seek alternatives to keep their lives active, the current athlete has always had the incentive of the family, and their discipline and love for the sport were very well matched with a healthy diet and well-trained structured. Now, fans and followers can stay inside Jeremy Buendia's diet and training, and understand how the athlete maintains hisshapewell hypertrophied to secure his place on the podium of the competitions.

The athlete

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Jeremy Buendia was born on October 10, 1990, is a native of San Jose, California, but lives in Roseville. When out of competition preparation, Jeremy Buendia's diet and workout are focused on maintaining his 88 kilos, but when he is getting ready to go on stage, the athlete gives a pounds

Jeremy's father was a bodybuilder, though he did not compete; in this way, the current athlete grew up in the middle of academies, from childhood. He highlights his love of the sport from a very young age, but confesses that while he was in high school, he belonged to the American football team. An injury harmed him but did not compromise his willingness to participate in sports competitions.

At just 17, Jeremy Buendia's diet and workout helped him win the Teen category of the overall Contra Costa Championships in 2010. At that moment, he can see how gratifying the recognition of such dedication was, and that he had found his vocation.

After a 3-year career in bodybuilding, he decided to change mode, shaping meshapefor the categoryPhysique, to debut in the 2012 season. This decision was important for Buendia to start a new cycle, which would be marked by several victories, and especially where he can be recognized as a professional by the IFBB.

Marking the beginning of his successful career, he still secured five more victories, from the second month of the category change. Entry into the world ofbodybuildingallowed Jeremy Buendia to compete on an equal footing with some athletes who were his idols and get close to references in the sport, such as athlete Joe Weider.

He is co-owner and also a team coach.FitBody Fusion, and acknowledges that who encouraged him to compete were Valerie Gani and her ex-husband, Jimmy Lee. Among his favorite exercises, Jeremy Buendia highlights the lateral shoulder lift and the bench press, since the biceps and shoulders are the parts he likes most in his body.

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To isolate himself from temptations, Jeremy Buendia's diet and training are kept away from people who may negatively influence the athlete's training; in this way, it focuses on the objectiveson season, and remains steadfast in its purpose.

As a motivation, the bodybuilder stresses that he feels motivated by his friends, but Johnny Sebastian inspires him from the beginning of his career, since both are highlights in the Physique category.

For those who wish to give up on their goals, Jeremy encourages saying that it is important to be prepared to challenge yourself, challenge your physical, mental, and emotional limits. It is known that making sacrifices is not so easy, but these choices may be worth it after all.

"The only person who can stop me is myself - and that will not happen, at least not for long."

The career

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  • 1st place in category B and general - NPC Sacramento Championship (2012)
  • 1st place in category B and general - Excalibur (2013)
  • 1st place in category B and general - Grand Prix NPC (2013)
  • 1st place in category B and general - NPC junior USA Championships (2013)
  • 1st place - IFBB Greater Gulf State (2013)

Supplementation

Unlike many bodybuilders, Jeremy Buendia does not give so much importance to supplements and states that isolated whey protein can give a However, the athlete makes it clear that diet is primarily responsible for ensuring a clean body and hypertrophied. He shares his day-to-day life in instagram, and you can stay inside the supplements Jeremy@ bpptraining42.

Jeremy Buendia's Training

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It is natural to have preference for determinant exercises, and Jeremy Buendia's training could not be different. Among its favorites, it highlights the bench press, recognizing that it is very functional for the enlargement of the measurements of the upper part of your body. Lateral lifting is also very important for shoulder hypertrophy, isolating the region and rounding it, being an exercise of great contribution to the formation of a correct posture.

Among the exercises for the biceps, he admits that the alternating direct thread allows complete control throughout the movement, and always note that you feel challenged to apply maximum discipline, thus achieving the best fibers muscles.

Monday: Upper limbs

- Circuit 01 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Inclined bench press: 20 reps
  • Standing Development (with dumbbells): 20 repetitions
  • Push-ups (with joined hands): 1 series until failure
  • Abdominal for definition of oblique (standing): 10 repetitions for each side

- Circuit 02 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Crucifix (on high pulley): 20 reps
  • Lateral lifting: 20 repetitions
  • Abdominal Torso Twist (with Kettlebell): 15 reps per side
  • Abdominal with rotation for obliques: 15 repetitions for each side

- Circuito 03 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Push-ups (with Steps): 1 series to failure
  • Land Survey with Olympic: 20 reps
  • Abdominal (with high pulley): 20 repetitions
  • Complete abdominal: 15 repetitions

Tuesday: Upper limbs

- Circuit 01 (4 sets, without rest)

  • One-sided high pull: 15 reps for each arm
  • One-sided direct thread (With support): 15 reps for each arm
  • Abdominal standing oblique (in the high pulley): 10 repetitions for each side
  • Abdominal with oblique twist (on inclined bench): 15 repetitions

- Circuit 02 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Low one-sided paddle: 15 reps for each arm
  • Rope biceps (low pulley): 20 reps
  • Alternate direct thread: 20 repetitions
  • Rotation of trunk (on pulley): 15 repetitions for each side

- Circuito 03 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Low Row (with open footprint): 20 reps
  • Hammer: 20 repetitions
  • Abdominal infra (with help of Swiss ball): 15 repetitions
  • Alternate Abdominal (Jack Knife): 20 reps to side

Wednesday: Lower limbs

- Circuit 01 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Squat on Smith (back): 15 reps
  • Squatting jump: 15 repetitions
  • Stiff: 15 repetitions
  • Unilateral calf (standing): 20 repetitions for each leg

- Circuit 02 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Leg Press: 15 repetitions
  • Flexor leg table: 15 repetitions
  • Extension of legs: 15 repetitions
  • Pelvic elevation (with Swiss ball support): 15 repetitions

Thursday: Cardio

  • HIIT Cardio: 30 minutes

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Friday: Upper limbs

- Circuit 01 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Inclined bench press: 15 repetitions
  • Reverse footprint development: 15 repetitions
  • Triceps extension (on pulley): 15 repetitions

- Circuit 02 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Peck Flying Deck (Chest Emphasis): 15 reps
  • Free Flying (with dumbbells): 15 repetitions
  • Coice - triceps (low pulley): 15 repetitions

- Circuito 03 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Flying free (lying on the bench): 15 repetitions
  • Flying free (sitting): 15 repetitions
  • TRX Triceps Extension: 1 Series to Failure

- Circuit 04 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Development (with dumbbells): 15 repetitions
  • Inclined free fly (with dumbbells): 15 repetitions
  • Front lifting (with elastic): 15 repetitions

Saturday: Upper limbs

- Circuit 01 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Pulled from the front (open footprint): 15 repetitions
  • Direct unilateral direct thread: 15 repetitions for each bicep
  • Abdominal on inclined bench: 20 repetitions
  • Abdominal (with touch to the feet): 20 repetitions

- Circuit 02 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Pulled from the front (closed footprint or triangle): 15 repetitions
  • Direct thread (inclined bench): 15 repetitions
  • Abdominal infra (on inclined bench): 20 repetitions
  • Lateral abdominal: 20 repetitions for each side

- Circuit 02 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Low Row (with open footprint): 15 reps
  • Direct thread: 15 repetitions
  • V-up: 20 repetitions
  • Abdominal below: 20 repetitions
  • Supra abdominal with stretching and touching feet: 15 repetitions

Sunday: Lower limbs

- Circuit 01 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Leg Press unilateral: 15 repetitions
  • Jumping distance: 20 repetitions
  • Flexor Chair: 15 repetitions
  • Calf (sitting): 20 repetitions

- Circuit 02 (4 sets, without rest)

  • Step (with load): 15 repetitions for each leg
  • Last: 15 repetitions for each leg
  • Squatting: 30 repetitions as fast as possible, no rest
  • Stiff: 15 repetitions

Cardio: Pre-Competition

  • Day 01: HIIT on the stairs (20 minutes)
  • Day 02: Static Cardio (Treadmill, Elliptical or Spinning) (25 minutes)
  • Day 03: HIIT on the stairs (20 minutes)
  • Day 04: Day off
  • Day 05: HIIT on the stairs (20 minutes)
  • Day 06: HIIT on the stairs (20 minutes)
  • Day 07: Plyometrics

Diet of Jeremy Buendia

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- Meal 01

  • 1 cup egg whites
  • 85 grams of beef
  • ½ cup oat flakes
  • ¼ cup blueberries
  • , Scoop de Cell K.E.M

- Meal 02

  • 170 grams of chicken breast (without skin)
  • 1 cup brown rice

- Meal 03

  • 170 grams of Tilapia
  • 170 grams of cooked sweet potatoes

- Pre workout

  • , EVP Scoop
  • 170 grams of Glycoject

- Meal 04 (post-workout)

  • 170 grams of chicken breast (without skin)
  • ¾ cup of white rice
  • 1 Scoop from Glycoject
  • , Scoop de Cell K.E.M

- Meal 05

  • 170 grams of Tilapia
  • 85 grams of cooked sweet potatoes

- Meal 06

  • 220 grams of beef
  • 200 grams of asparagus

"Being a champion is not an action, it's a state of mind."

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