Jeremy L.

Background

To sum everything up - I want to point out the two most important factors that people should pay more attention to: I have only been lifting since last November, and I'm 18. It hasn't even been a year yet and I went from 139 lbs to 180 lbs. I bench 344, Squat 525, etc. I know people lifting for years and not seeing results, so here are the 2 most important things I would like to stress to people!

  • You must take in at least 1 to 1.5 grams of protein per pound of your body weight. If you do not, you will lose so many gains!
  • Lift heavy! If you want to grow bigger, you must lift a weight that you think you can only get 4 to 6 reps, I see people going in there and doing 4 sets of 12 to 15 reps, well guess what you are not going to see a huge gain in mass if thats your plan!
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 175 lbs.
Chest: 41
Biceps: 16"
Calves: 16.5'
Legs: 24"
Waist: 28"
Max Bench Press: 335 lbs.
Max Squat: 450 lbs.
Max Deadlift: 320 lbs.
Supplements: Soy Protein Powder and Creatine
Favorite Bodybuilders: Jay Cutler, Phil Heath and Shawn Ray.

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Articles

  • Bodybuilding The Vegan Way, Part II: Eating To Maximize Muscle Gains

    Nutrition is important to all, especially vegan athletes. This is possible while adhering to a Vegan diet and lifestyle, but careful planning is necessary. See how I do it – includes a detailed vegan meal plan!

  • Bodybuilding The Vegan Way, Part I: The Workout.

    Vegetarianism, more specifically a Vegan lifestyle has gotten more attention recently and I am writing this article to show how it is possible to adhere to a Vegan lifestyle and still make great gains as a bodybuilder. Great workout included!

  • Bodybuilding The Vegan Way, Part I: The Workout.

    Vegetarianism, more specifically a Vegan lifestyle has gotten more attention recently and I am writing this article to show how it is possible to adhere to a Vegan lifestyle and still make great gains as a bodybuilder. Great workout included!

  • Bodybuilding The Vegan Way, Part II: Eating To Maximize Muscle Gains

    Nutrition is important to all, especially vegan athletes. This is possible while adhering to a Vegan diet and lifestyle, but careful planning is necessary. See how I do it – includes a detailed vegan meal plan!

  • High Intensity Interval Training!

    With High Intensity Interval Training you can burn more fat while spending less time in the gym. I will explain how you can get the best results from this new and cutting-edge type of cardiovascular training.

  • High Intensity Interval Training!

    With High Intensity Interval Training you can burn more fat while spending less time in the gym. I will explain how you can get the best results from this new and cutting-edge type of cardiovascular training.

  • Pop Quiz! How Bodybuilding Can Help You In School!

    What if I told you that if you apply the same concepts to your school work that you do to your bodybuilding that you can come out a better student?

  • Pop Quiz! How Bodybuilding Can Help You In School!

    What if I told you that if you apply the same concepts to your school work that you do to your bodybuilding that you can come out a better student?

  • Strength Training For Baseball

    The off-season is the time where a season is won or lost. You need to get in shape NOW!!! In this article I will help you to enter the upcoming season with more strength and power.

  • Strength Training For Baseball

    The off-season is the time where a season is won or lost. You need to get in shape NOW!!! In this article I will help you to enter the upcoming season with more strength and power.

  • How To Get Tree Trunks For Legs!

    I feel that playing baseball 6 days a week and using running and cycling as cardio places enough stress on my legs that training once a week satisfies my needs. For those who need to add some muscle to their legs, keep reading on.

  • Bigger Biceps: The Justin Way!

    In this article, I will explain how I managed to put on two and a half inches to my arms. I still have about four more inches to get to my goal of twenty-inch biceps.