Male Transformation Of The Week - Shaun Dillon!

Once Shaun heard about the 2009 MuscleTech Transformation Contest, he knew this was his chance to get the physique he always wanted. Read on to learn how he became motivated and dropped 56 pounds and 16% body fat!
Before Before:
226 lbs
After After:
170 lbs

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Vital Stats
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Name: Shaun Dillon
Email: jsgoebb@yahoo.com
BodySpace: sdilly22

Before:
Age: 27
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 226 lbs
Body Fat: 20%

After:
Age: 27
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 170 lbs
Body Fat: 3-4%

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Why I Got Started
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In high school and college I was always in good shape and was proud of my body. After college I continued to train with weights but gave up cardio and was eating whatever I wanted.

I started going out to bars with friends more than I would go to the gym and the pounds started packing on. I never realized how out of shape I was getting until one day my dad commented on how big I was getting.

I Never Realized How Out Of Shape I Was Getting.
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I Never Realized How Out
Of Shape I Was Getting.

I looked in the mirror and realized I had totally let myself go. For weeks after that I planned on starting to diet but kept putting it off until I came across the 2009 MuscleTech Transformation Challenge and saw the amazing results the competitors had from the 2008 contest.

That day I entered the contest and for the next 12 weeks I dedicated myself to changing my body and my lifestyle. I completely changed my diet and gave 110% in the gym and was determined to win the 2009 MuscleTech Challenge!

I Was Determined To Win The 2009 MuscleTech Challenge!
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I Was Determined To Win
The2009 MuscleTech Challenge!

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How I Did It
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I started reading all the training and diet articles I could find on Bodybuilding.com and I soon mapped out a program and was determined not to miss a meal, cardio, or training session.

I bought several MuscleTech products that would help me recover faster and train harder and I dedicated every hour of every day to winning this challenge. I ate 7-8 meals per day consisting of high protein and low carbs along with an hour of cardio and 45 minutes to an hour of weight training per day.

I Was Determined Not To Miss A Meal, Cardio, Or Training Session.
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I Was Determined Not To Miss A
Meal, Cardio, Or Training Session.

Soon the pounds starting coming off and friends and family began to comment on my results and I began to train even harder! As the weight came off I became addicted to bodybuilding and changed my goals from just winning the contest to competing on stage.

When my friends went out I stayed home cooking meals for the next day and reading more bodybuilding articles and watching videos of my favorite pros for motivation.

As The Weight Came Off I Became Addicted To Bodybuilding.
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As The Weight Came Off I
Became Addicted To Bodybuilding.

Bodybuilding has become my passion and my lifestyle. I plan on using 2009 to gain as much muscle as possible and I plan on entering my first show in 2010.

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Supplements
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Shaun Dillon.
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Shaun Dillon.

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Diet
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Training
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    Monday: Chest

    Tuesday: Back

    Wednesday: Legs

    Thursday: Shoulders

    Friday: Arms

    Saturday: Cardio

    • Cardio: 1 hour low-intensity

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Suggestions For Others
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The most important part is to make a game plan and stick to it. Take one day at a time and be consistent. With dedication and sacrifice everything is possible.

With Dedication And Sacrifice Everything Is Possible.
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With Dedication And Sacrifice
Everything Is Possible.