There are no limits if you keep pushing and being clever with your approach.
What Was Your Life Like Before Your Transformation?
Was always the class clown and very athletic. Loved improving physically and it switched over from basketball to bodybuilding.
Fresh out of high school. I was skinny and decided not to pursue college basketball. I knew that with less activity I would get fat so I starting hitting the weight room and I saw me some gains. I didn't start it to impress girls. I did it to keep up physically.
What Were Your Major Struggles or Challenges?
Learning. Learning and applying is by far the biggest challenge. You need to constantly try new things and learn how your body works and what it responds better too and that takes time.
Detail Your Workout and Cardio Plan During Your Transformation
I basically always did an eight month bulk and a four month cut. In the first 2 years I would do more of a powerbuilding type of workout. Last fewyears, however, I have focused more on volume and rep timing and time under tension and not just the weight itself. To maintain this conditioning all I did was 45-1 hour of cardio total per week.
Detail Your Diet/Eating Plan During Your Transformation
IIFYM works! I tried eating clean, low carb diets, etc. Nothing got me more shredded than simply keeping track of the numbers. I do still eat clean and try to avoid junk.
I usually bulk for eight months and cut for four. That's helped me stay relatively lean.
Detail Your Supplement Plan During Your Transformation
- MTS Vasky for them pumps.
- Optimum Nutrition Platinum Pre
- No fat burners
- Whey protein
- Vitamin A, C, D, Magnesium Malate
Sculpting my body and staying patient with it. Biggest milestone for me was mentally being able to reach every goal I put out to finish.
Detail Your 3 Biggest Mistakes
- Meal timing.
- Not starting earlier.
- Not making a Youtube fitness channel.
- Progressive overload techniques
- Self power
Educate yourself. Work hard and do not stop until you reach the goal you set for yourself,
Create the habit. Go to the gym for 21 days in a row.