Before’n’After Interview #51 – Urs B.

Before'n'After Interview #51 – Urs B.

Tell us a little bit about yourself and your everyday life

UB: I'm 32 years old, an engineer at Daimler AG and traveling the world for work. In my free time I can be found in the gym or in the hardware store.

How did you come across the Before'n'After program?

UB: Through a friend who has already worked with Wolfgang and who has had corresponding successes.

Which sport did you do before the Before'n'After program?

UB: Fitness at times, renovating and used to be football.

What motivated you to start and follow the program?

UB: If you're sitting in the car and driving on the autobahn with a sports suspension and your stomach rocks with every bump in the road, you should do something, I thought to myself. The successes then ensured that it was not particularly difficult for me to complete the program.

How did your sleep develop during the program?

UB: It got tighter/deeper.

How did your energy level develop during the program?

UB: In general, I feel fitter and more productive.

What was the biggest change for you?

UB: Eating breakfast regularly, planning my meals and forgoing a glass of wine after work. But in general no problem.

What's your favorite breakfast?

UB: Meatballs with nuts and mustard.

How often and for how long did you train?

UB: Between 4 and 6 times a week, approx. 1 hour each time.

What is your favorite exercise?

UB: Barbell Flat Bench Press.

Have you also done endurance training to lose fat?

UB: No. Intermittent interval training when I was away on business and no gym was available.

What is the reaction of your environment to the change in the last few weeks/months?

UB: Consistently positive. Occasionally colleagues think I should eat more.

And what happens now?

UB: I will tackle the transition to the “preservation” phase together with Wolfgang. Would like to reduce the training a little to be able to use my limited free time more flexibly. Before that, however, I would like to fall below a body fat percentage of 7.5%.

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