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Male Before And After Weight Loss: Chris Has A Muscle Makeover And Loses 27.3 Pounds

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I lost 27.3 pounds! Read my weight loss success story and see my before and after weight loss pictures at the website The Weigh We Were. Hundreds of success stories, articles and photos of weight loss diet plans for men, tips for how to lose weight for men. Build muscle and lose belly fat with healthy male weight loss transformation pics for inspiration!Chris was always the skinny kid growing up, but when he joined the basketball team in high school, he decided it was time to make a change. Now he’s put on some serious mass and is looking to become a personal trainer. Learn how he did it right here!

Vital Stats

Name: Chris Harris

Email: nothing-can-stop-me@hotmail.com

BodySpace: Prodigy*

Age: 16

Before: March 15, 2007

Weight: 114.4 lbs

Biceps: 10″

Chest: 30″

Quads: 16″

Forearms: 8.4″

After: March 19, 20087

Weight: 141.7 lbs

Biceps: 12.9″

Chest: 37.2″

Quads: 18.7″

Forearms: 9.4″

Why I Got Started

It’s a bit of a underdog story, from the day I started school I was always the thinnest guy. I remember there was this fat girl who teased me all the time. My dad was a long distance runner when he was younger, so I started running as well.

Then I went into high school, still as skinny as ever and I started playing basketball. I was quite fit and could run well and I became very good at it. But every time my team had to play skins, it was always and awkward experience and that just wasn’t me! I always like to be the best at whatever I do, and I felt like a tiger in a praying mantis body.

I was just tired of it. My coach at the time said I had weak wrists, and he advised me to check out Bodybuilding.com. That sparked just the flame I was looking for, and from then on nothing could stop me!

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How I Did It

After first going on Bodybuilding.com, my dad got a gym membership. And the membership included free membership for all children. So I went to the gym with my dad 3 times a week. I think I would have gotten the same result if I had stayed home and slept!

I didn’t know what I was doing at all. I would do full body workouts every time, we bought post workout shakes that we actually had before! I even did the “Fitness Circuit”!

But being the kind of person I am, when I do something I put my all into it. So when I came home I would explore the site and learn everything I could, from websites to magazines. And over time I began to change my workouts and my nutrition (even taking the shakes afterwards). And my physique started to change!

I learned everything I could, and put dedication in it, and got to where I am today. Now when we play skins, my shirt is the first one off, and I look around and see other people looking awkward, and remember what it was like when it was me.

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It even made such a big change in my life that I have decided to become a personal trainer, and I have actually been asked to make 7 training plans for my friends.


* Weight Gainers

* Creatine Monohydrate

* Amino Acids


Sunday: Chest

o Dumbbell Bench Press: 10 X 4 sets

o Incline Dumbbell Press: 10 X 3 sets

o Cable Crossover: 10 X 3 sets

Monday: Arms

o Barbell Curls: 10 X 4 sets

o Hammer Curls: 10 X 3 sets

o Triceps Pushdowns: 10 X 4 sets

o Close Grip Bench Press: 10 X 3 sets

o Behind The Back Forearm Curl: 15 X 4 sets

o Barbell Wrist Curl: 15 x 4 sets

Tuesday: Rest

Wednesday: Back

o Bent Over Barbell Rows: 10 X 4 sets

o Lat Pulldowns: 10 X 4 sets

o Seated Cable Rows: 15 X 4 sets

Thursday: Shoulders & Traps

o Military Press: 10 X 4 sets

o Lateral Raises: 10 X 4 sets

o Barbell Shrugs: 15 X 4 sets

Friday: Legs

o Barbell Squats: 10 x 4 sets

o Leg Extensions: 10 X 3 sets

o Seated Leg Curls: 10 x 4 sets

o Seated Calf Raises: 15 x 3 sets

Saturday: Rest

Suggestions For Others

Passion and dedication are the best values to have! With those 2, the rest will follow. Whether it’s losing fat or gaining muscle, what you put in is what you get out. And my number 1 tip is to never give up!

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