Exercise Schedule Advice
New member/poster, less than 1 month bulletproofer. Thankful there's a forum like this I can turn to for solid scientific and proven advice rather than just a society of over zealous, misinformed prophets.
I'm moving from the slowcarb/ferriss movement to the bulletproof lifestyle for 3 goals, weight loss, muscle'ing up and ultimately, bulletproofing my mind.
Never having been physically sculpted and trained, I'm seeking advice regarding when I should engage in HIT workouts in my limited schedule and in light of bp principles.
My 6 day a week schedule looks like the following:
Wake at 6
Begin commute at 6:45
Arrive shortly before 8
Handle customers until 4ish
Arrive at home anywhere from 5:30-7
Go to bed anywhere from 8:45 - 10 something.
I'm currently IF decaf (high blood pressure and I don't need any extra energy, eating cleaner and apparently the mct oil/butter gives me more than enough energy) and eat lunch around 2, then supper at home a few minutes after I arrive, around 6-7:30.
In light of this schedule, it appears that my only available time to workout would be right before or sometime after supper.
I understand the actual time required isn't very long but I'm taking into account pre and post workout fluff which is priceless time that my wife and infant need.
Thanks to the new found energy, I'm naturally more active throughout the day so my step has quite a bit more speed and intensity than before.
I'm faithfully adhering to the bp protocol as much as possible with only a walmart and a kroger nearby (gotta love amazon and the interweb!). I have a small health food store that stocks supplements, etc. but no Fresh Market or Whole Foods closer than an hour and a half.
The only supplements I'm taking is the Nature's Plus men's multivitamin until I can get my bp regulated and save enough for proper blood panels.
Any ideas or recommendations?