Classic bodybuilder Tim De Wever is what you can call a tremendously driven athlete. He just finished two competitions and we are curious about his ins and outs. He is 31 years young, 1.83 m and weighs 92-93 kg on season and +105 kg off season.
How many hours do you train per week?
That depends on which period; on or off season. Sometimes I have to train twice a day, but other times I’m only working out 5 days a week. I can round it up at about an average of 8 to 12 hours a week in the off season and 12 to 15 hours pre contest.
PREMIUM PURE WHEY RECIPES
Fruit bowls, cookies, smoothies and more
Oatmeal & Pure Whey Bowl
Necessities (1 person)
- 30 g oatmeal
- 125 g low-fat Greek yogurt
CYLCING – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
Of course spending a lot of hours on your bike is one of the keys to succes. But when you want to reveal your full potential, good and healthy nutrition will be even more important. Providing your body with what’s necessary to take on the long roads.
Some main focus points:
- Eat sufficient to fuel your body
- Think about your macro’s: carbs, proteins and healthy fats
- Don’t forget your micro’s: vitamins, minerals and water