Male Before And After Weight Loss: “Dexter’s Amazing 25 Pound Body Transformation

Since he was a child, Dexter suffered from asthma. He started going to the gym to keep his body healthy. Found out how he put on 25 lbs to win the 2007 Nationals.

Vital Stats

Name: Dexter Bong


Started: 2005

Age: 17

Height: 5’8

Weight: 147 lbs

Waist: 30″

Arms: 13.5″

Now: 2007

Age: 19

Height: 5’8

Weight: 172 lbs

Waist: 28″

Arms: 15.5″

Why You Got Started?

Since I was a child, I suffered from asthma. I started going to the gym to keep my body healthy and to look just borderline fit. I was weak and did not see any gains until 2 months later. I did not know how to eat right I just eat anything in sight. Ha Ha. And I got really fat.

It was until I saw this picture of this guy, Ryan Kho. He was shredded. And that was how I got bitten by the iron bug. I competed for the first time after only 7 months of training and didn’t place in the nationals. A year later, I won the nationals (2007).

How You Did It?

Like most people, I started reading bodybuilding articles. Asking for advice here and there. And from the people who are more experienced than I am.

I began to change my diet, and to switch my diet plans according to how I look. The mirror’s a bodybuilder’s best friend isn’t it? Some days I would go high on carbs and some days moderate. Depends what I am doing on that particular day.

What Supplements Did You Take?

* Xtend BCAA

* ON 100% Whey

* Phosphogen Creatine

Sample Week Of Diet

Meal 1: Oatmeal + protein shake

Meal 2: Chicken Breasts + Brown Rice

Meal 3: Salad + Chicken Breast Slices

Meal 4: Steamed Fish + Oatmeal

Meal 5: Protein Shake + Dextrose

Meal 6: Beef + corn + brown rice

Sample Training Week

I train 3 times a week with at least 9-12 sets per body part

* Day 1: Legs, calves, shoulders

* Day 2: Chest, Biceps

* Day 3: Back, Triceps, Abs

Suggestion For Others

Set a goal so you can keep track on where you’re going. Have patience because results do come if you’ve done everything right. Lastly, be consistent. Best of Luck!

Source: teenbodybuilding