How KC Used Bigger Leaner Stronger to Lose 15 Pounds of Body Fat in 4 Months
How many months of progress do your photos represent? What were your statistics for each picture?
These pictures are about four months apart. In the first, I have about 175 pounds and 17% body fat. I had two major surgeries in 2019 and overall I was out of the gym for almost 10 months. During this time, I stopped looking at what I was eating
, so I had a bit fluffy. In March 2020, I started Training again and my cut lasted until the beginning of July. When I finished, I had 10% body fat and a weight of 160.
What has happened in the program so far?
I have cut the principles of Bigger Leaner Stronger for four solid months, dropping 15 pounds and about 7% body fat. The dietary principles described in the book, in conjunction with the Legion tdee calculator, have made weight loss
My strength rose as soon as I returned to the gym in June. My four large elevators, when I started again, were the following: Bank-195 x5 deadlift – 225 X5, Overhead Press – 130 x 5 and Squat 205 x 6.
Currently my numbers are: Bench-220 x5, deadlift – 275 x 5, Overhead Press – 145 x 5 and Squat – 245 X5. Not so bad for just over a month! I clearly drove in each elevator while losing weight. If you ask me, it’s pretty cool. Now that I am at the beginning of the lean swelling, the sky is the limit. I will return to my pre-injury numbers in no time.
Which separate book training did you use?
I used the 5-day split. I use it since I found fat thinner stronger in 2015. I love being in the gym, so lifting 5 days a week is a breeze.
What, almost stopped to buy the book or start the program?
I found Bigger Leaner Stronger on Amazon
about 5 years ago, and as soon as I saw the product page, I knew it was for me. There were so many incredible testimonies, and Mike made everything super easy while securing every claim with countless studies. It was pretty clear that this program was the real deal, so there was no hesitation from me to give it a shot.
Before Bigger Leaner Stronger, I had mostly made Youtube
workouts juiced up from types of bodybuilders. I made some gains, but I didn’t understand the “why” of what I was doing. Bigger Leaner Stronger helped me understand the basics, and I didn’t look back.
What do you like most about the program?
I think my favorite thing about Bigger Leaner Stronger is that it is structured where you always send yourself. There are no burnout sets, drop sets or AMRAP sets that you can see that some people just show up to show you. It is you, heavyweight, and a few seconds full of concentration on each set. If you really want to make progress, you have to take it seriously and follow the structure, and I like that.
How can this program compare with others, have you tried it?
I had not tried too many programs before Bigger Leaner Stronger-I was lucky enough to drop it at the beginning of my fitness journey, but that did not disappoint. I still do not really stand on a big lift, and no matter how much I blow my diet or skip an occasional workout, I know that the foundations for success have been thrown by the time I jump back on the horse. It’s simple, and it works.
How did what you achieved with your body change other areas of your life?
I am so much more confident with myself now. I was always shy and reserved, but the transformation of my body certainly helped me. Honestly, I was afraid to talk to the girls, but now they often come to me.
I get compliments a little, and it’s always a great feeling. My friends started asking me for training tips. When I was at university, people who didn’t know my name referred to me as ” the really buff guy with long hair.”It’s a crazy Turnaround.
From a less futile point of view, the discipline I learned from practicing Bigger Leaner Stronger was the real gem of all this. Everything I do now is based on routine. I don’t have to think about much anymore, I just do. It helped me advance my career and my personal goals.
This may be an overtaking manoeuvre, but I have struggled with drinking in the past, and Bigger Leaner Stronger has been a wonderful helper on this front. I know I don’t want to go to the gym if I have a hangover from the day before, and my constant desire to get stronger and look better dampens any desire for alcohol.
Who would you recommend this program and why?
Literally everyone, whether the said person never took up a dumbbell or hit the gym for years. The principles in a larger, leaner, and stronger work. I think many people are afraid to lift heavy WEIGHTS in the beginning because it can be intimidating or that they have been misinformed.
Bigger Leaner Stronger eliminates these misunderstandings and the results are undeniable. I lent the book to my family members, and every time someone asks me how I changed my body, I send them this way.
Is there anything else you want to add?
If you are on the fence when it comes to this program or work, in General, give it a whirl! If you can stick to it for a few months, it will be part of your lifestyle and you will not want to give it up. You will be happier, healthier and you will love what you see in the mirror.
On a personal note, I was really discouraged after my two surgeries, to the point where I wondered if I should stop working forever. Deep down, I knew that this was not the answer, and even if I couldn’t do things at the level I used to, there would be positive changes when I returned. You have, and I feel so much better for it. I feel a little bad to challenge the process in the first place.
Have you used LEGION supplements?
I am the biggest absolute supporter of Forge. I train on an empty stomach during all my incisions, and I can’t imagine doing it without it. You feel better, and you know that you are not going to lose a lot of muscle, because the formulation is designed to mitigate this. Combine this with a little pulse (which is definitely the best pre-workout I’ve ever tried) and Phoenix with your meals, and reducing to less than 10% body fat is a breeze.
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