Hunter Labrada Is Looking Shredded Before 6 Weeks Out From His Pro Start

Hunter Labrada looking amazing before six weeks out.

Hunter Labrada 6 weeks out

Hunter Labrada IFBB Pro is one of the greatest athletes in the bodybuilding community, also he is one of the oldest in this game. He still in great condition and amazing symmetry. It seems that all of that inherited from his father's genetics.

Hunter Labrada didn't go deeper into the IFBB Pro world. But he looks like he is having great conditions to start his career there.

Hunter is 6 weeks out from his coming competition, what it makes this thing insane is that Labrada is already making an insane physique. The recent photo on his Instagram account is showing that!






6 weeks out! This last week the “blood in the water” feeling I always get on prep hit full force. Not that things aren’t always serious, but the focus is on a whole different level right now. I very much know and appreciate the fact that every day is an opportunity to get better, and if I don’t, someone who will be standing next to me did👊🏻 All about winning every individual day from here on out💪🏻 - - 262 fasted, 266 post training. That’s the same as I was a week ago, and we definitely got visibly better, so still growing into the show😎 - - Training: starting to get close enough and low enough in body fat that im starting to try and be smart about what I do when I’m in the gym. While my muscle recovery is still adequate (not sore or fatigued feeling when it’s time to train), I feel like my CNS was a little fried. Might have something to do with rack pulling and squatting every week🤷🏻‍♂️ so, to be conscious of this, I made a couple modifications: I pulled the weighted dips out on push day, I replaced banded rack pulls with snatch grip hyperextensions, and tomorrow’s leg day will be heavy on isolateral exercises and lengthened tempo on the negatives for the compound movements. - - Nutrition: Finally changed something😅🤣!!! So we were eating 4 high and then 1 low, and we have moved to 2 high, 1 low, 1 high, 1 low as of last Friday. We did this to keep the food high on my push, pull, and leg days, and go low on the arms and rest/recovery day when the caloric/energy demand is lower. @andrew_vu87 initially wanted to move to just 3 high 1 low, but with how well training is going right now I wanted to prioritize keeping the sessions intense, while maximizing the fat burn on the off and arm days, so I suggested doing it based [email protected] training split and he was cool with it! Gotta have something to show for working together for 3+ years! - - Cardio: still at 30 min steady state every day but leg day! Every session I do right after training and posing a couple rounds, and keep my heart rate between 145 and 155 BPM. (Copied and pasted from last week cause nothing’s changed🤷🏻‍♂️) - - #wintheday #flexfriday #6weeksout #prodebut #tampapro #teamlabrada #avufitness
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"6 weeks out! This last week the “blood in the water” feeling I always get on prep hit full force. Not that things aren’t always serious, but the focus is on a whole different level right now. I very much know and appreciate the fact that every day is an opportunity to get better, and if I don’t, someone who will be standing next to me did👊🏻 All about winning every individual day from here on out💪🏻"

If Labrada continues in his training and his diet, then definitely he is going to make great results. His body is already shredded, so we're sure that after 6 weeks he is going to bring us an impressive package.

Do you think that he is going to make good results in his next competition? Tell us your opinion in the comments below.

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