On the RIGHT, I weigh 135 pounds. I hadn't begun routinely lifting yet, although I had touched weights before. My main athletic sports were tennis and track & field.
On the LEFT, I weigh 170 pounds and am wearing the exact same tennis shirt I was on the right. This is to give reference of the minimal difference in my waist, yet the dramatic increase in muscle mass in my legs, glutes, and arms.
This was achieved after following a structured training program. Lifting 5-6x / week, targeting specific muscle groups each day. I also incorporated a mixture of HITT and LISS training for cardio 1-4x / week, depending on the intensity of my training sessions.
If you want to see success, you have to keep fighting for it, despite the slow progress. ❗️ WAKE UP CALL ❗️ All progress is slow unless you get surgery, take some shit, or you're super human. It takes about 4 weeks just to see minimal amounts of progress. You're not different than anyone else when it comes to how growth and progress works.
If you're struggling to be patient, remember that this took me TIME and you have to enjoy the process. The process is sometimes painful, not always, but sometimes. That pain means you're growing. If you can handle an hour of pain, you will not only see physical success, but your mind will grow right there with you. When you've got that, that's the closest to superhuman you will ever be because that's when not a damn person can ever stop you from achieving what you've got your mind set on.
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