This young lady said in her interview that she has always been passionate about pushing her body and her limits. Before starting to work out, Savannah used to play basketball. She was 10 years in basketball and realized she wants to change something. Though scheduled training roster is not for her, she wanted to find something she could do on her terms.
At first, she worked just about twice a week in the gym. And in about six months, she started to raise the bar and found the coach to help her with her diet.
Savannah confessed that the results of her work are her main motivation. She doesn’t stop looking for new ways to test and challenger her limits. The support she gets in her social media is her motivation #2 and is she is really thankful for that. She tries to post interesting content and motivate other people to work out, too.
And, of course, her role model, Michelle Lewin, is her motivation #3. Savannah finds her to be an interesting fitness personality and she likes how Michelle made her way to the top of the industry. Michelle makes Savannah never stop believing in herself.
Young bodybuilder says that a rep range of 8-12 reps works best for her and allows her to go heavy on the weights. She also adores supersets, pyramid, and drop sets. Savannah limits her workouts to 4-5 exercises. She never adds more not to waste her time, while she knows it’s important to perform everything correctly.
Her full routine on Monday, for example, looks as follows:
- Smith Machine Shoulder Press 4 x 12 (Superset)
- Barbell Front Raises 4 x 12
- Dumbbell Shoulder Press 4 x 12 (Superset)
- Cable Face Pulls 4 x 12
- Dumbbell Side Laterals 3 x Failure (Drop Set)
- Hanging Leg Raises 3 x Failure
- Lying Leg Raises 4 x 15 (Superset)
- Crunches 4 x Failure
On Tuesday, she works on quads and calves, on Wednesday – on her glutes, on Thursday – on back and abs, on Friday – on hams and glutes, on Saturday she has only cardio training and on Sunday she rests.
Savannah shares her secret to her incredible leg and glute development. When she started to work out, she had no idea what would best for her. She searched for various exercises on YouTube.
At first, Savannah worked out on her quads three times per week but very soon, they became very overdeveloped. And she decided to change the routine and split into three different workouts focusing on one leg muscle per training session.
Savannah said that if she had to pick just 3 exercises, she would choose leg press, reverse hack squats, and walking lunges.
As to Savannah’s diet, she sticks with wholesome foods and tries to limit her supplements.
The girl confessed that she couldn’t live without French bread, and she eats it on Sunday morning, which keeps her feel satisfied during the week.
As she is preparing for her competition, Savannah reduces her total daily caloric intake and drops her carbohydrates slightly. Her cardio is being adjusted accordingly. As she starts preparing for her competition, she does cardio 3-4 times per week, but close to the competition, she adds in additional cardio training.
Savannah supplement looks as follows: protein, BCAA’s, Magnesium, and Multivitamin.