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“Fittin’ In” is a daily fitness segment where Kaboom! Magazine.com receives 5 unique fitness tips and tricks from some of our favorite professional fitness instructor/performer/trainer/model which will help people become more active and healthy every day. Today, we get some incredible fitness advice from California fitness model/expert Jeremy Sry. A graduate from the University of California Irvine in 2015, through hard work and proper preparation, Jeremy has created a life-changing fitness program that is guaranteed to have you feeling very good about your health.

Jeremy Sry Info:
Age: 22
Hometown: Long Beach, CA
Occupation: Personal Trainer and Online Coach
Height: 5’ 7”
Stage Weight: 146 lbs
Instagram: @jeremysry
Twitter: @jeremysry
Team Affiliation(s): TEAM Bodybuilding.com
Favorite Gym: University of California, Irvine, ARC
Years in Fitness: Almost 4
Career Accomplishments: B.S Public Health Sciences, Publication on Gluten Intolerance, NASM Certification, 2nd Runner Up: 2016Bodybuilding.com Spokesmodel Search.
Favorite Part of Your Body: Abs
Favorite Workout: Seated Calf Press

Preparation is Key
If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail. This holds true for your workouts and will be imperative for your success with nutrition, always plan ahead! For nutrition I like prep my pre and post workout meals ahead of time. This creates consistency in my diet and allows flexibility in my meal choices through the rest of my day!

There’s no such thing as bad food!
Except pufferfish, if prepared wrong that could be your last meal! In all seriousness, I hate the term “clean” foods because it gives food a black and white image. If you’re eating chicken, broccoli, and, rice every single meal, I can confirm there’s a much more effective way to diet! Take the time to learn more about nutrition and understand how foods can affect your body! Bottom line, there’s no such thing as bad food!


Don’t just count the reps, Make the reps COUNT.
To many of us, me included, we show up to the gym, do our routine, and just count the reps! We don’t actually make the reps count. One easy way to feel the difference is apply negatives to your sets. Let’s take a bicep curl for example. Instead of curling up and letting the weight drop, curl the weight up and from the top, let the weight slowly come down for counts of 3-4 seconds. Rinse, repeat. You’ll definitely feel the difference between counting the reps and making the reps count after applying negatives!

Strive for progress, not perfection.
With social media on the rise, it’s almost second hand nature to take an image of an inspiring individual and compare ourselves. You may see someone lose 2 pounds per week while you are only losing 0.5lbs. Are you doing anything wrong? If you are following your plan to a tee, probably not! Understand that everyone progresses at different rates. As long as you are moving in a direction: progress is progress.


Don’t Forget Fiber!
Fiber is not a macronutrient, but it is one of the most overlooked micronutrients! A lot of us will track carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, but most of us overlook fiber! Fiber helps keep your digestive system regulated, your appetite satiated, and fiber also helps improve insulin control! You’ll typically need to go to nutrient dense foods such as vegetables, fruits, and whole grains for fiber!

My weekly workouts can look something like this:
Sunday: HIIT
Monday: Lower Body Power Day and Abs
Tuesday: Upper Body Power Day and Calves
Wednesday: HIIT
Thursday: Legs and Abs
Friday: Chest, Shoulders, and Tri’s
Saturday: Back, Bi’s, and Calves


Instagram: @jeremysry
Twitter: @jeremysry
*Photos courtesy of Livid Ovid Studios