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My 2+ Year Transformation, Lost 110lb


#1

I haven’t posted here in a while but I have been a member on this site for a long time and as my coaching business is taking off I wanted to share my transformation journey with you guys and would be happy to answer any questions you have about general workout programming and nutrition.

http://imgur.com/Aq2zMxW


#2

We would love for you to document your progress here and what supplement stack you used for this transformation.


#3

I’ve been using MAG 10 pretty religiously my whole transformation. I’ve also used Indigo-3G, Plazma, Finibars, and Micro-PA as part of my supplementation. If people want specifics feel free to ask.


#4

Would love to hear a generalized overview of “how” you did it. Nutritional, training, etc, if you have got the time. Great transformation man!


#5

I realized I had a shit ton of work to do. Went really slow aimed for about 1lb a week weight loss. I started at around 3200 calories and then just slowly adjusted as I got lighter. I did macros or IIFYM so it wasn’t terrible I still ate ice cream and sweets when I wanted.

Training was an upper lower split 4-6 days of week focusing on staying strong in main 3 lifts; squat bench and deadlifts. I would do accessory exercises for each body part. I guess I’m a high frequency guy being I don’t like doing cardio and don’t think it’s better than lifting for burning fat so I rather train more often. So basically was training upper and lower 2-3 days a week with heavier days focused on 90% 1RM for like 2-4 reps and then 1-2 days more bodybuilding style 4-8 reps with 70-80% loads using strict form and focusing on getting as much blood in the muscle as possible.


#6

Surely one of the most impressive transformations I have ever seen!


#7

Thanks Thib, means a lot coming from you. Having mag10 and finibars made the process a lot easier helping my recovery a ton and curbing my appetite.

I think a huge problem when people see transformations like this they assume I did a ton of cardio when in fact I did very little. Maybe an hour a week maximum on average. I honestly believe the frequency of my training is what kept the fat loss going at a steady rate and obviously just being meticulous with tracking food intake


#8

Amen! Frequency and discipline are the true keys.