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  • Q and A with Sibil Peeters - The Trainer from Hell

    I've noticed you guys have a lot of questions for Sibil in Roelly's thread. So, I asked her if she would be willing to have her own Q and A Thread.

    I am happy to say she consented!

    If you want to go back and see pictures of Sibil's clients or read her interview, click HERE.

    If you have a question for Sibil, this is the place to leave it!



  • #2
    Hey Sibil! Natzo here from musclemecca.

    congrats for this Q&A section that will be very helpfull for a lot of people.
    And congrats also for your amazing job with Roelly! the guy is looking even better for this year you make him grow like a weed!

    I would like your opinion on my diet, if you it's not a waste of time for you.

    here it goes:

    I'm a natural bber, 20 years old , 179 cm and 85kg. My goal is to reach 90kg till the end of the year , lean mass that is.

    my current diet:

    meal 1

    1 cup oatmeal
    protein shake 2 scoops
    yogurt (or apple)

    meal 2
    protein shake 1 scoop
    1/2 cup oatmeal ( or no sugar wheat cereal)
    1 banana

    meal 3
    beef (or fish)
    1 cup of rice
    1 orange

    pre workout : Bcaas(5 gr) + 40gr maltodextrine
    post workout : BCAAS (15gr ) + creatine + 40gr maltodextrine + 1/2 oatmeal

    meal 4

    300ml eggwhites + 2 whole eggs
    2 slices whole wheat bread

    meal 5
    veggies soup
    beef ( or fish)
    1/2 cup rice

    meal 6

    300ml milk + 1 scoop of protein

    * I take Bcass between each meal. I drink the meal 2 shake cause I'm at work and I cant have a solid meal, the same goes for the egg meal that it's replaced with 2 scoops protein +1 cup oatmeal shake when I'm in college.


    some photos of my actual condition. (where do you think I need to work more?)






    thanks and congrats once again!

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    • #3
      hai Natzo

      welcome to MD
      can you tell me how many times you train per week, if you do cardio?
      InShape TRAINER
      http://www.roellywinklaar.nl/blog

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      • #4
        What I see is your upper chest may be more
        dbb looks good
        InShape TRAINER
        http://www.roellywinklaar.nl/blog

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        • #5
          Congrats on the Q & A Sibil!

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          • #6
            Hello Sibil, I was wondering if you could give any advice for people trying to correct imbalances between muscles. I'm trying to get my arms to catch up to my chest and shoulders. I've started training my arms 3 times a week 6 months ago instead of what I'd been doing for years before (training them once a week).

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            • #7
              Originally posted by sibil View Post
              hai Natzo

              welcome to MD
              can you tell me how many times you train per week, if you do cardio?
              this is a tipical training week.

              Monday - Chest Biceps
              Tuesdays - Back
              wednesday - off
              thursday -shoulders triceps
              friday -quads
              saturday - hams ans calves
              Sunday - off

              I do 30 min cardio on my off days for the off season.

              is my diet ok to achieve my goal?

              what exercises do you suggest to improve my upper chest? I've been trying to improve it for quite a while with incline bb press and incline db press.

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              • #8
                Hi Sibil congrats on your Q & A, I have 2 questions

                1) What training program do you find the most effective or would you recommend

                2)Where can I find some good articleson BB in general (I use BB.com MD and simplyshredded already)

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                • #9
                  1 my Own, depending on what the psysique needs
                  2 right here on MD, stuff enouf to read
                  InShape TRAINER
                  http://www.roellywinklaar.nl/blog

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Natzo View Post
                    this is a tipical training week.

                    Monday - Chest Biceps
                    Tuesdays - Back
                    wednesday - off
                    thursday -shoulders triceps
                    friday -quads
                    saturday - hams ans calves
                    Sunday - off

                    I do 30 min cardio on my off days for the off season.

                    is my diet ok to achieve my goal?

                    what exercises do you suggest to improve my upper chest? I've been trying to improve it for quite a while with incline bb press and incline db press.
                    liked you asked me.

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                    • #11
                      Flying motions 16,8,12,6,10,5 reps (6 sets Total)
                      ​throat pressures 16,8,12,6,10,5 reps (6 sets total)
                      Incline dumbell press 16,8,12,6,10,5(6 sets Total)

                      THE 2 chest training do the basic's
                      InShape TRAINER
                      http://www.roellywinklaar.nl/blog

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                      • #12
                        how would you instruct a huge fatty to lose the most weight in 3 months?
                        "NOTHING IS TRIVIAL"

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by TheKillerOfSaints View Post
                          how would you instruct a huge fatty to lose the most weight in 3 months?
                          if women or men come to me and ask how best to lose weight, I encourage them to do cardio
                          InShape TRAINER
                          http://www.roellywinklaar.nl/blog

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by sibil View Post
                            Flying motions 16,8,12,6,10,5 reps (6 sets Total)
                            ​throat pressures 16,8,12,6,10,5 reps (6 sets total)
                            Incline dumbell press 16,8,12,6,10,5(6 sets Total)

                            THE 2 chest training do the basic's
                            Sibil, could you explain if you add and drop weight on these sets ? also, I am sorry but I do not understand the throat pressures. Thank you....

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by pump freak 86 View Post
                              Hello Sibil, I was wondering if you could give any advice for people trying to correct imbalances between muscles. I'm trying to get my arms to catch up to my chest and shoulders. I've started training my arms 3 times a week 6 months ago instead of what I'd been doing for years before (training them once a week).



                              in your case I would like to see how your do the arm workout,some time's
                              there need only a small change by hand and all the muscle responds differently
                              InShape TRAINER
                              http://www.roellywinklaar.nl/blog

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