35M, 5’8″, 138 lbs. —–> 162 lbs., 16 month progress

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I think I saw this Marvel movie. Congrats bro. Besides the obvious strength progress has working out had an appreciable or quantifiable improvement on other aspects of your health?

ent3rpryze

Damn son. That’s a captain america level transformation. How do you feel now compared to previously?

Hvesterlos

I’m going to make sure I respond to everyone individually but I just wanted to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who has taken the time to read this and respond. I wasn’t sure what type of feedback to expect since I’ve seen so many people share transformations much more impressive than mine, but you all made me feel like a million bucks. I could go back to the gym and do another full workout with all the positive energy you’ve blessed me with here. It means more to me than I could possibly express.

The_Matt_Young

Damn, that’s a hell of a transformation. Seems as if a majority of bulking progress posts I see are from teens hitting puberty while lifting. As somebody who is also interested in bulking in their 30s (failed a couple times during my 20s), it’s refreshing to see successful bulking progress posts from somebody in their 30s as well. Regarding your diet, you said you try to consume 2,800 – 3,000 calories per day but don’t always make it and that you drink 2-3 protein shakes a day. I also struggle to eat enough to pack on serious weight, so can you share what a normal day of eating looks like because if you take 2-3 protein shakes a day that’s at least 1,500 calories just from shakes alone (easily close to 3,000 if you make a larger shake).

bankyca

Looking swole

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