Tek Yuni Shed 9% Body Fat And Packed On Slabs Of Muscle!

By the time Tek was 44-years old, he was so weak and frail that he couldn't even lift a light suitcase. Read on to learn how he changed everything and pack on some serious muscle!
Before Before:
126 lbs
After After:
124 lbs


Vital Stats

Name: Tek Yuni
BodySpace: oldbutfit

Before:
Age:
44
Height:
5'6"
Weight:
124 lbs
Body Fat: 16%
Chest: 33"
Arms: 11"
Waist: 33"

After:
Age: 67
Height: 5'6"
Weight: 124 lbs
Body Fat: 7%
Chest: 39"
Arms: 15"
Waist: 28.5"


Why I Got Started

By the age of 44 I was skinny fat and had become so frail that I couldn't even lift a light suitcase. So I decided to take up weight training.

I Decided To Take Up Weight Training.
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I Decided To Take Up Weight Training.

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How I Did It
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I joined a gym. At first I tried to bulk up but ended up with more fat than muscle so I decided to gradually build up muscle while keeping body fat relatively low.

The process has been at a snail pace, still on going, but I am happy that I have made significant changes over the years. Unfortunately, 15-years ago I severely injured both my knees from doing excessively heavy squats and can now only do light workouts for my chicken legs.

I Am Very Happy That I Have Made Significant Changes Over The Years.
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I Am Very Happy That I Have Made
Significant Changes Over The Years.

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Supplements
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Diet

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Meal 5:

Tek Yuni.
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Tek Yuni.

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Training
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Monday: Chest And Back

Tuesday: Abs

Wednesday: Abs

Thursday: Shoulders And Arms

Friday: Abs

Saturday: Legs

Sunday: Abs

I do 45 minutes of HIIT 3 times per week on training days and 45 minutes of interval training on rest days.

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Suggestions For Others
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It's never too late to start working out. Being an oldie, you should exercise great caution and common sense to avoid injuries. You should also set realistic goals. Young guys in their 20s will take no time to build muscle whereas an oldie will show gradual progress, so be patient!

It is far better to be lean and muscular than to be bulky, not just for appearance, but also for obvious health benefits. And last but not least, in my opinion, consistency is the key to success.

Consistency Is The Key To Success.
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Consistency Is The Key To Success.