Well I consider myself overweight. Not in weight so much but in body fat percentage. There's not a whole lot of muscle on me (aside from my legs, from running) but what I lack in muscle weight I make up in fat.
My weight is currently at 157.8, thank you thanksgiving/christmas new years. And I'm 5'10"-5'11" depending on who is measuring.
Basically my goal is to get in shape, slim and a six pack etc. I know I need to do a mix of weight training, stretching, and cardio to meet my goal of being fit and strong yet still be flexible (I'm not going for meathead). But the problem is I know jack diddly when it comes to working out on a regiment and I need help.
Here are my things:
* I'm ready to dedicate 1.5 hours per day 4-5 days per week.
* I would rather not take supplements/powders/pills/health bars.
* My diet is already pretty minimal back at college, and a dietician plans our meals. So I can handle that part on my own.
* Strength isn't really a priority with me, (I could give a rat's ass) I want to look good gaining some upper body strength is just icing on the cake.
Any advice I can get is greatly appreciated as once I get into the groove of these things I can stick with them.
Before it got cold outside I was running 2 miles a night 3-4 times per week on the streets. hence the skinny legs, chubby stomach/love handles.
My university's gym has everything from an indoor pool, to full weight training, cardio, rowing, cybex, etc. Pretty much the colvin center has everything. Would anyone take the time to help me out and write out a simple workout schedule?
Pics below for refference (don't look at if you don't like seeing overweight young men in tight boxers)