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Charles Weight Loss Story

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Great success story! Read before and after fitness transformation stories from women and men who hit weight loss goals and got THAT BODY with training and meal prep. Find inspiration, motivation, and workout tips | Charles Weight Loss StoryWhen Charles saw his mother in the hospital for heart problems, he got a rude awakening to what he really looked like. From that moment on, he’s been working hard to drop the fat. Read on to learn how he lost 105 pounds! 

 

Vital Stats

Name: Charles Austin ‘Chuck’ Hill

Email: cargojetpilot@yahoo.com

BodySpace: cargojetpilot

Before:

Age: 41

Weight: 335 lbs

After:

Age: 41

Weight: 230 lbs

Why I Got Started

I had been battling weight issues for a long time. I had ballooned to over 330 lbs and had started worrying about my health. Then after Christmas my mother had heart troubles. I saw her in the hospital and it scared me really bad.

I looked at myself and for the first time saw myself as I really was; fat, out of shape and a heart attack in waiting. Until that day I had never looked at my self as anything other than fit, hot and ready for anything. What a rude awakening to see yourself for what you really are.

I have 2 young boys and they are my power. I never want to let them down or hurt them. After seeing my mom in the hospital I told my self that my boys will not see me like that if I can help it. I went to the gym and have not looked back.

How I Did It

Weight training and diet. I have done very little cardio. Lifting weights and trying to always go heavier than the time before gives me motivation. I might not be the strongest or most ripped man in the gym but I can be the hardest working man in the gym.

Supplements

* Gaspari SuperPump250

* Gaspari SizeOn

* Whey Protein

* Egg Protein

* Multivitamin

* Vitamin C

Diet

Meal 1:

o 3 eggs

o Vitamins

Meal 2:

o 6 oz chicken breast

o 1/2 cup rice

Meal 3: (Pre Workout)

o Protein Shake

o SuperPump250

o SizeOn

Meal 4: (Post Workout)

o Protein Shake

Meal 5:

o 4 oz lean steak

o Sweetpotato

Meal 6:

o 1/2 cup low fat cottage cheese

Training

Monday: Chest & Triceps

o Bench Press 4 sets of 8 to 10

o Incline Press 3 sets 10 to 12

o Decline Press 3 sets 10 to 12

o Cable Flyes 3 to 4 sets 10 to 12

o Triceps Pushdowns 3 to 4 sets 10 to 12

o Triceps Extensions 3 to 4 sets 10 to 12

Tuesday: Back & Biceps

o Lat Pulldowns 3 sets 8 to 10

o Seated Rows 3 sets of 8 to 10

o T-Bar Rows 3 sets 6 to 10

o One Arm Rows 3 sets 8 to 10

o EZ-Bar Curls 3 sets of 8 to 10

o Hammer Curls 3 sets of 10

Wednesday: Abs

o Hanging Leg Raises 3 sets 15 to 20

o Ab Crunch Machine 3 sets 30 to 50

o Cable Crunches 3 sets 30 to 50

Thursday: Shoulders

o Shoulder Press 4 sets 6 to 10

o Upright Rows 3 sets 8 to 10

o Cable Crossover 4 sets 10 to 12

o Deadlifts 3 sets 6 to 8

o Shrugs 3 sets 8 to 12

Friday: Legs

o Leg Press 6 sets 6 to 10

o Hack Squat 6 sets to 10

o Squat 3 sets 8 to 10

o Leg Curls 3 sets 15

Saturday & Sunday: Rest

Suggestions For Others

* Stay committed and focused. Set goals.

* Write every thing down. Write down your exercises sets and reps.

* Write down everything that goes in your mouth.

* DON’T GET DISSCOURAGED.

* Don’t judge your gains or goals off other people.

* Get a personal trainer.

* Surround your self with successful people. For me not knowing any really healthy or successful bodybuilders or weight lifters. I found them where in magazines like Ironman, Flex, Muscle & Fitness.

I took the advice the workout tips supplement tips and recipe to heart. I used the advise to I found in these magazines to set my goals and my workout routines.

 

Source: Bodybuilding

Originally posted 2012-08-10 07:50:26. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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