Losing Weight, but Gaining More


I don’t have relaxed abs, but with lighting and angles they are there. Lol it’s not my intended goal, but a cool by-product I will say. 😏
It’s more than just looking aesthetic. To me, it symbolizes a lot of fucking hard work I’ve put in. Anyone who knows me, knows I’m not one to take short cuts/quick fix to losing weight. It’s come with extended periods of putting on muscle slowly, then dropping fat slowly to develop a healthy physique. My body is a reflection of my work, and you can truly treat your body like a canvas and make of it what you like. 🎨
My goal has never really been to get skinny. I love chasing strength and being athletic. Getting strong is fun as hell, nothing tops it. πŸ’ͺπŸΌπŸ’•
TLDR: Muscles r da kewlest. πŸ‹πŸ»

I post this not for attention and public compliments but to help you realize you can do the same. These pictures are almost 3 years apart. Summer 2013 to summer 2016. A couple periods of slowly cutting and then slowly reverse dieting. A sustainable approach for dropping body fat, gaining muscle mass and living an enjoyable life. Man, all I can say is the true reward of this transformation is not even visible in this picture. And even if it sounds crazy or cliche, that is the truth. πŸ’― and there is no way I could’ve done this on my own. Thank you to those who have provided me with the knowledge and resources to produce the external changes, as well as the internal.

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