Kev Taylor - 4 x UKBFF Bodybuilding Champion


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About Kev

I grew up in Wombwell near Barnsley and was always interested in sports as a Kid but once I'd discovered bodybuilding l was hooked.

The competitions!

In 1983 l entered my 1st contest and placed 6th in a strong field of 23. l Was determined to win the following year so I returned with an extra stone to win my 1st show. - Junior open Yorkshire champion.

Then came:

1985 EFBB N/E champs Jnr 1st
1985 EFBB S/w champs 70KG 1st
1985 EFBB British Champs Jnr 3rd
1985 EFBB British champs 70k 2nd
1986 EFBB midlands 80kg 1st
1986 EFBB s/w champs M/pairs 1st
1986 EFBB British 80Kg 6th
1986 EFBB British M/Pairs 1st
1987 EFBB s/w champs M/Pairs 1st
1987 EFBB midlands 70Kg 1st
1987 EFBB British m/pairs 1st
1987 EFBB British 70kg 1st
1988 ripped peck So took an 18 year sabbatical from competition before returning to the stage.
2005 Mansfield classic 70kg 1st
2005 EFBB British 70kg 2nd
2006 UKBFF British 70kg 1st
2011 UKBFF British 70kg 3rd
2012 UKBFF British 70kg
2013 NABBA Mr England 1st
2013 NABBA Mr Universe 7th
2013 NABBA Mr UK 1st
2013 Mr British Isles 1st

Check Kev out on Twitter @KevTaylorPT

Iv never really had a training split that has enticed me to stick doing the same routine over and over. l chop and change workout patterns Virtually everyday according to energy levels, motivation, injury and times available due to Work and family commitments. The fact that we are biochemically and biomechanically different everyday is the main factor. If my energy levels and mood require a 100mph blast, then that's what it gets. If however lm low on fuel, then l simply use the fuel that's there.whether Im in a building phase or show prep stage l do tend to work as heavy as possible. Heavy progressive basics are the core of any Mass building programme but if injury stands in the way, there's always an alternative method available to enable continuity and recovery. Simply pumping blood though a muscle group will have benefits in one way or another. The frequency of my workouts are, well, frequent. l train everyday until l need a rest then I take a rest. This method has often been criticized throughout the last 3 decades of my bodybuilding experience as overtraining. "You should be much bigger" the most common. Yeah, l Would probably have to agree with that but being born with bronchial Asthma l feel far healthier working out With more pace and frequency. l can still run rings round bodybuilders half My age and l feel good everyday and like l said, for the last 3 decades.

My food Varies daily and l never count calories. l eat every couple of hours and on non training days l sit in the fridge until it's empty. when im in contest prep mode I don't cut calories l clean em up. instead of chips l have boiled. Instead of fried beef I have grilled beef.

A typical example of my daily food intake in offseason is:

Meal 1)
half box Farleys Rusks, 1 pint milk, half hour later half pound fried steak.
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Meal 2)
2 to 3 cheese and onion sandwiches, protein shake, banana, apple
Meal 3)
half pound Steak, chips, veg
2 caps DNA Lean CLA
Meal 4)
bag of harvest crunch, pint milk
2 x DNA Lean XY

Workout
While training I sip on DNA Lean Amino-XS

Meal 5)
baked spud, cheese beans, couple of egg custards
Meal 6)
chicken, Rice, veg, Rice pudding
2 caps DNA Lean CLA
Meal 7)
cheese, bacon, tomato on toast
3 caps DNA Lean Test-FX
Meal 8)
anything else that fits in

Example of Show prep diet:

2 x DNA Lean XY
Meal 1)

porridge, pineapple, blueberries, half pound grilled streak
2 caps DNA Lean CLA
Meal 2)
chicken, baked potato, Salad
Meal 3)
steak, rice, sweetcorn
2 caps DNA Lean CLA
Meal 4)
Total yogurt 0%, apple, banana
Meal 5)
haddock, veg, Salad
1 x DNA Lean XY

Workout
While training I sip on DNA Lean Amino-XS

Meal 6)
cottage cheese, celery
2 caps DNA Lean CLA
Meal 7)
total Yogurt 0% fat
Meal 8)
porridge, banana
3 caps DNA Lean Test-FX

This changes daily with other 'clean' foods, Sometimes more green veg, sometimes more root veg, but always clean. find ya niche and lead rather than follow. Yours in sport, Kev