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Results don't happen over night. Surely making excuses for yourself day in and day out is not going to get you any closer to achieving your goals. When you want something you work hard for it. Everyday stay dedicated to your goals, and hold yourself accountable to them. Invision what you want your body to look like. And set new challenges for yourself everytime you believe you hit a plateau. Fitness is a life long journey, and you should always have faith in the process. .
Here is my fitness journey starting at the age of 16. I was a scrawny teenager weighing around 125lbs. I started lifted that year when I got introduce to the weighted room in highschool. Ever since that day I've been dedicated to weight lifting. I always wanted to be the biggest, and strongest person in my class. Spend endless hours on the internet searching up workout routines, bulking hacks, and what supplements to take. Fast forward to seven years later, and I went from 125lbs to roughly 230lbs. I kind of went on a dirty bulk those last few years hoping to put on has much mass as I can. Unfortunately, in that process I did gain some fat as well. However, I did make significant strength gains throughout those years. Two years later, I decide it's time to finally cut down and pursue my goal of competing in bodybuilding. Roughly in 12 months I went from 230lbs, to weighing 176 on stage. This was a stepping stone in my life. Seeing my body transform each day, is what kept me motivated to stay on the grind. Everyday I made sure I was following my nutrition plan, getting my workouts in, and my weekly cardio session. All those months of hard work and dedication, was finally worth it when I got a chance to step foot on stage for the very first time. Not only did I accomplish my goals, but it inspired me to try something new. This is when I decide to compete in powerlifting, and start a new chapter in my journey. Currently I'm sitting around 190lbs, at roughly 14% body fat. I might not be the leanest I was. But I'm definitely the strongest I have ever been, and focusing on getting bigger each day.
Moral of my story is to always believe in yourself, and never underestimate your true potential.
So yesterday I shared this photo on my story and these were the results, I was curious to see what you guys thought about the 2 different paths in fitness, one being strength, and the other being aesthetic. From the looks of it, a lot of you guys say that strength is more impressive! .
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