I am noticing I am getting much bigger in size in bodybuilding, feels amazing too!!!

Each time I look in the mirror with my shirt off, I am noticing I am getting much bigger in size when it comes to bodybuilding. My arms are getting huger, I think I’m getting some definition in the chest pecs finally and my legs are getting big as well. In the past before I started bodybuilding several years ago, I used to weigh 130 lbs. and now I weigh almost 160 lbs. It’s not fat weight, it’s muscle weight is what it is.

I also have a good six pack abs going which many other men in the gym struggle to get. It’s not hard to get visible abs at all. Just gotta lower the body fat that’s covering it. The way to lower body fat is of course, eat healthy most of the time and do plenty of cardio. Doing those classes at your local gym like yoga, zumba, HIIT training and all that stuff will help you get abs too. I used to do a lot of ab crunches on the floor but I don’t do that shit anymore since I’ve gotten into yoga and stuff. I do a lot of planks and stuff and planks will definitely help get you abs.

I’m planning to post progress pics soon so I can prove it. I never really showed off full-body progress pics ’cause I used to be embarrassed to show off my legs, but I think I’m gonna do that soon. It’s good to show off full body progress.

Once again, I’m never gonna compete in a bodybuilding competition or become a fitness model or anything like that, I just want to have a muscular and great body. I’m not into bodybuilding and fitness to make money off of it. My ego is not that big, trust me.

While I’m pretty happy with my fitness physique so far, I could use a little tan, though. I’m gonna do research on body tanning and learn to do it safely. I’ll admit, my skin could be a little darker.

Anyway, here are a few more workout videos of me doing arm stuff at my local gym. Enjoy!

Kev

Seated dumbbell shoulder presses. 30 lbs., 4 sets and 10 reps.

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Overhead tricep extensions. 25 lbs., 4 sets and 10 reps.

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Dumbbell lateral side raise for shoulders. 15 lbs., 4 sets and 10 reps.

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