Body Transformation: From Scrawny to Shredded

My name is Nate. I was once one of those skinny pencil arm kids with no abs. I didn’t like the way I looked, I wanted more attention, I wanted to look better and feel good about myself. At the age of 18, I started playing football for my high school. I was underdeveloped in every way throughout my years of high school and college. I have gotten more focused and serious with the GYM and the motivation and the gains. Since I graduated high school, I have put on 15-20 pounds of muscle.

My biggest motivation, honestly is myself. If you want it bad enough you will do anything to achieve the goals you set. A wise person said, “If you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you’ll be successful.” so I applied that to my mentality of health and fitness. My favorite motivation is this video on YouTube it’s the best video to pick your ass up and strive for what you want called How Bad Do You Want It. This video pumps me up and gets me going when I’m down or don’t have the spirit.

Any one I happen to run across from high school have nothing but positivity to say “you got big” etc etc. I’ve devoted my life to eating right 4-6 meals a day mostly. No fast food, maybe one cheat meal a month but chicken rice pastas and green beans. Proteins I have taken that have worked for me gave me very good mass. I’m gaining mass and no bull pre-workout and just started shattered. I’ve just worked at it and worked at it for the body I’ve wanted.

Hard work does pay off. I have done the routine of 5 days a week lift cardio, on Saturdays I usually do 3-5 reps 5 sets best results for size then over all strength do 12-15 or 15 reps down to 5 then back up to 15. And eat, eating healthy is a big factor of my life. No sugary foods and no meals after 9.

I am at work to achieve a better physique. I’m just looking to put a little more mass and just be as ripped as possible.

Fitness is a big part of my life without it I don’t know where I’d be. I love the gym. I love the feeling I get from working out and beating goals. It’s my way of life I try to motivate each person I talk to or whoever asks me what I do. I have convinced 2 people to get their life healthier. It is one of the best feelings to get someone motivated and hyped to join a gym again or workout.