Transformation: Stewart McWhirter Stacks on Mass!
Transformation: Stewart McWhirter Stacks on Mass!
Transformation Stats
Before
After
06/25/2014
12/24/2015
115bs
150lbs
Instagram
@stewartphysique
What Was Your Life Like Before Your Transformation?

Played too many video games and I was a self-loather because of my acne. I felt very unworthy and bad about my skin.

I went to a diving meet with my dad and the divers were ripped and had muscles all over and I said to myself, "I wanna look like that."

What Were Your Major Struggles or Challenges?

I had to ride my bike in the winter to gym for the first few months before I got my car, but that is about it. Smooth sailing really.

Stewart Transforms

Detail Your Workout and Cardio Plan During Your Transformation

In the beginning just your standard:
  • Day 1: Full body
  • Day 2: Rest
  • Repeat
After I built a good base I started doing a split routine so I could get more volume.
  • Day 1: Chest and Shoulders
  • Day 2: Legs
  • Day 3: Back and Arms
  • Day 4: Sometimes I would rest but usually I Jump right back into the split.
Detail Your Diet/Eating Plan During Your Transformation

I ate a meal plan I designed for myself. Ate the same foods every day such as: Fish, broccoli, spinach, rice, oats, sugar free pancakes, lentils, beans. Mostly whole foods about close to 4000 calories a day,
  • 600 grams carbs
  • 90 grams fat
  • 170 grams protein
Detail Your Supplement Plan During Your Transformation What Was Your Major Accomplishment, or Major Milestones?

Probably reaching 140 pounds and then 150. But really just the gains I've made.

Detail Your 3 Biggest Mistakes
  1. I went too low on triceps dips for awhile and hurt my chest.
  2. Doing pull ups wrong.
  3. Moving the weight too fast.
3 Biggest Things You Learned During Your Transformation?
  1. Time under tension.
  2. Putting your mind into the muscle while you work it. Really feeling the pain.
  3. Just how fun and rewarding this lifestyle is.
Final Words of Advice for Others Looking to Make a Change?

Stay consistent and never victimize yourself.

I feel so much better about myself, my confidence has soared and my acne is gone. Lifting changed my life for the better.