No Payne No Gain
After 6 gruelling weeks I have just completed training Alex Payne for the Men’s Health celebrity 6 week six-pack challenge. Having never seriously trained before it was a tough start but Alex rose to the occasion and sometimes towards the end even gave me a run for my money! I put Alex on a strict training regime of 4 sessions per week, combining kettlebell exercises with other functional methods of training. He worked hard in our sessions and really took all my advice on board. After just a few weeks Alex’s abs started to show and we were well on the way to achieving the final goal. When the going got tough I stepped it up a gear and kept Alex motivated and focused on the end result.
From Pints to Protein
Being one of the lads Alex enjoys a pint as much as anyone else but these were soon replaced with protein shakes. On a strict diet Alex ate his body weight in protein. Being the motivated guy that Alex is he stayed with it despite the odd craving of chocolate and only had one slip up of red wine (or so he tells me!).
This is Alex at the start of the challenge – Check out the end results in the Men’s Health magazine (out 1st June) and coming soon on the Richmond Kettlebells website.
In Alex’s Words
It’s been an amazing experience and a huge challenge – Steve managed to keep me going when it got hard!
We are now offering 6 week six-pack and bikini packages if you want abs like Alex or to look great in that bikini this Summer!
Sky Sports’ Alex Payne Teams Up With Steve Coleman For Men’s Health 6 Pack Challenge,