I was hiding my body, while the high school jocks showed off their physiques and dated the girls I liked.
I kept lifting throughout high school and made zero progress. I thought “well, I’m doing the work, and nothing’s happening, so it’s obviously my genetics. I’m doomed forever.”
I continued to fail until I went to university for Aerospace Engineering. This time, I told myself, “I’m going to do everything right. I’m going to do what’s supposed to work for guys like me, and I’m going to track my macros: calories, carbs, proteins, and fats. If I don’t gain muscle, then I’ll know it’s my genetics.”
I weighed 150 lb. when I left home for university at the end of August. A few months later, I returned for Christmas break a lean 177 lb. I walked in the door, and my brother took one look at me and said, “holy crap…your neck is huge!”
My fitness journey was under way.
The problem was that while I looked jacked on the outside, I still hated my life on the inside.
I was a slave to eating 6-meals per day. I was trapped in the gym for hours each and every day. I had to say "no" to parties, social gatherings, and hot dates.
I traded in a great lifestyle for a great body...
And I wasn't any happier.
My life sucked.
This happens to many guys, and I don't want this to happen to you.
You can build a lean, jacked, muscular body and still go out with friends.
You can build a lean, jacked, muscular body and eat your favorite foods.
You can build a lean, jacked, muscular body and go out on hot dates.
You see, over the past decade, I experimented with different fitness and nutrition techniques. There had to be a way to build a great body while also living an awesome life.