• faridphysique

    @faridphysique

    1 week ago
  • Gothenburg
  • This is NOT a 10 second transformation! IT'S ONE of MY FIRST TRANSFORMATION This is almost two years difference. Yes the t-shirt 👕 is the same. Coming from an unhealthy lifestyle and habits. This is the result of hard work and consistency as natural lifter. - Left picture was taken about 1 year and a half ago, end november 2015. That was exact the time I started to lift after my gallstone surgery. Before and after the surgery I lost a lot of muscle because I couldn't eat. Also after the they removed the gallstone, I couldn't train for months and got into unhealthy lifestyle and gained fat. - The right picture is from 3 months ago where I finished 14 weeks of cut. Before I did  year of bulk. I started with the bulk begin 2016 where I gained about 35lbs which was too much for a lean bulk. But also gained a lot of strength. - In term of body weight  there is not that much difference between these two pictures. 78kg/171lbs left and  81kg/178 right. If you have the patience and stick with hard work, you will make progress. Enjoy the journey and learn for your experience. Don't look for shortcuts or a magical training routine. There may be supplements and diets that will get you short term results, but those things typically are not healthy or sustainable for long periods of time. Don't believe everything you see on social media.
    Fitness | Positivity ♥🙏 This is NOT a 10 second transformation!
IT'S ONE of MY FIRST TRANSFORMATION

This is almost two years difference. Yes the t-shirt 👕 is the same. Coming from an unhealthy lifestyle and habits. This is the result of hard work and consistency as  natural lifter.
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Left picture was taken about 1 year and a half ago, end november 2015. That was exact the time I started to lift after my gallstone surgery. Before and after the surgery I lost a lot of muscle because I couldn't eat. Also after the they removed the gallstone, I couldn't train for months and got into unhealthy lifestyle and gained fat.
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The right picture is from 3 months ago where I finished 14 weeks of cut. Before I did  year of bulk. I started with the bulk begin 2016 where I gained about 35lbs which was too much for a lean bulk. But also gained a lot of strength.
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In term of body weight  there is not that much difference between these two pictures. 78kg/171lbs left and  81kg/178 right. If you have the patience and stick with hard work, you will make progress. Enjoy the journey and learn for your experience. Don't look for shortcuts or a magical training routine. There may be supplements and diets that will get you short term results, but those things typically are not healthy or sustainable for long periods of time.

Don't believe everything you see on social media.
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    This is NOT a 10 second transformation!
    IT'S ONE of MY FIRST TRANSFORMATION

    This is almost two years difference. Yes the t-shirt 👕 is the same. Coming from an unhealthy lifestyle and habits. This is the result of hard work and consistency as natural lifter.
    -
    Left picture was taken about 1 year and a half ago, end november 2015. That was exact the time I started to lift after my gallstone surgery. Before and after the surgery I lost a lot of muscle because I couldn't eat. Also after the they removed the gallstone, I couldn't train for months and got into unhealthy lifestyle and gained fat.
    -
    The right picture is from 3 months ago where I finished 14 weeks of cut. Before I did  year of bulk. I started with the bulk begin 2016 where I gained about 35lbs which was too much for a lean bulk. But also gained a lot of strength.
    -
    In term of body weight  there is not that much difference between these two pictures. 78kg/171lbs left and  81kg/178 right. If you have the patience and stick with hard work, you will make progress. Enjoy the journey and learn for your experience. Don't look for shortcuts or a magical training routine. There may be supplements and diets that will get you short term results, but those things typically are not healthy or sustainable for long periods of time.

    Don't believe everything you see on social media.

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