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Teen Amateur Of The Week: Unchained Growth

Athleticism was never a problem for Blake, but size was. To offset his small frame, the 18-year-old formulated a plan and watched his muscle explode!

Name: Blake Mouyassar
E-Mail: qman321@yahoo.com
BodySpace: Brmouyassar13
Location: St. Louis Missouri
Age: 18  Height: 5'10"  Weight: 190 lbs
Years Bodybuilding: 1

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How Did Your Fitness Journey Begin?

I started working out the summer before my junior year of high school in 2011. I was 125 pounds and an avid runner at the time. I played football, lacrosse, basketball, and wrestled before, so I came from an athletic background, but never had the weight to back it up.

Initially, my goal was to put on 25 pounds for lacrosse during my junior year, but I ended up flying up to 160 pounds and kept rising. I grew fond of the gym atmosphere and was addicted to the growth.

The following year, I weighed 180 pounds. I ended up cutting down from 183 to 163 pounds at three percent body fat for my competition. I dieted from July to October 2012. I competed in the Gateway Naturals Bodybuilding Competition in St. Louis, Missouri, and took first place in the teen division. This enlightened me to the potential I had if I stayed in with the sport.

What Workout Regimen Delivered the Best Results?
Day 1: Chest


Day 2: Quads/Cardio


Day 3: Calves/Arms

Superset



Day 4: Off

Day 5: Calves/Back/Forearms

Superset



Day 6: Legs/Cardio


Day 7: Chest/Shoulders/Traps



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How Did Your Passion for Fitness Emerge?

Bodybuilding is a sport like no other. The only opponent is you. Your success depends on how hard you are willing to work. This is what drives me; to see how far I can push myself every day to live up to my greatest potential.

What/Who Motivated You to Be a Fitness Guru?

My cousin, Justin Shea, was my motivation. Like me, he began as a scrawny teenager. His fitness success showed that I had the power to change, which is what I did.

Where Did You Go for Inspiration?

When I'm in the gym, I always pick somebody out; somebody who is bigger and overall better than me in some way. Then I lift more then what I fixed into my mind.

What Are Your Future Fitness Plans?

I hope to compete again in the upcoming summer at the St. Louis Naturals.

What Is the Most Important Fitness Tip?

You can always do more. Never settle for where you are currently.

Who Is Your Favorite Competitor?

As surprising as it is, Arnold Schwarzenegger is my favorite past competitor. Anything he did, he mastered. I look up to people who achieve greatness at anything they attempt.

How Did Bodybuilding.com Help You Reach Your Goals?

Bodybuilding.com was what really helped me from the start. I was able to get great prices on my supplements from the site and received tips and help from the articles.


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HCPSMarshall

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HCPSMarshall

Hey, thanks for posting your plan! I hope to use some of it to plan out my days at the gym. I had a question for you. I noticed you take creating post-workout. I usually take it before. I was just curious why after?

Apr 2, 2013 9:04pm | report
hardporecorn

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hardporecorn

My non-professional input is that when you are finished with your workout, your body is looking for nutrients, so whatever your intake is, your body will use it to a greater degree. I mix my creatine in with my protein powder as my after-workout shake. Sometimes I take the creatine in between my cardio and lift, then the protein after. I think the difference is negligible as long as it's taken 30 minutes before or after.

Apr 3, 2013 6:05pm | report
travis132

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travis132

Onlly 18 and looking like this? Ganna be a beast god ****!

Apr 3, 2013 6:40pm | report
Doughboy818

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Doughboy818

Sounds like a solid plan. Nice job dude.

Apr 3, 2013 6:42pm | report
itsJustAROD

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itsJustAROD

sick progress bro

Apr 3, 2013 8:08pm | report
Lt1jason86

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Lt1jason86

Good for you man. Your right about weight. Its only a number and I don't let it scare me away! Great job though, I wish I could drop body fat to show my mass. If you have any tips for me I would here you out.
Thank you
Jason Rangel

Apr 3, 2013 8:18pm | report
KthxHibye

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KthxHibye

Caloric deficit dude... At the least eat clean if you aren't gonna count calories. Take a pre-workout that has **** like yohimbine and ECGC in it.

Apr 3, 2013 9:37pm | report
travis132

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travis132

Don't forget hiit.

Apr 4, 2013 8:23am | report
face055

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face055

hiit isnt good for maintaining muscle in a cut.

Apr 4, 2013 5:14pm | report
Mudvayne24

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Mudvayne24

Hiit is the best form of cardio for maintaining your lean muscle tissue whether it's during a cut, a bulk, or anything in between. Your fat burning properties are escalated 10 fold over drawn out low/moderate intensity cardio, and the sacrificing of muscle is way less.

Apr 5, 2013 8:39am | report
geminiguy24

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geminiguy24

You work chest out 2 days in a row?

Apr 3, 2013 11:05pm | report
23Banks

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23Banks

I was wondering the same thing

Apr 4, 2013 7:05am | report
brmouyassar13

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brmouyassar13

Read what I posted to the comment beneath hope it helps

Apr 5, 2013 5:59pm | report
BL17

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BL17

Nice to see a fellow 18 year old natural, with some **** good size too! Keep it up bro!

Apr 4, 2013 2:01am | report
matheusschapo

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matheusschapo

Amazing to see natural guy with this incredible shape like you!
Keep going dude.

Apr 4, 2013 6:43am | report
ladickinson

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ladickinson

day 1 chest day 7 chest. how many days of rest between chest days, or do you just kill it two days in a row then let the rest of the week be the rest for your chest.

Apr 4, 2013 2:17pm | report
brmouyassar13

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brmouyassar13

Na I follow a 2 week plan so it was messed up a bit on this..but u just switching the schedule around to whatever fits you is fine...focus more on the exercises to use not the actual schedule

Apr 5, 2013 5:58pm | report
Antrozous

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Antrozous

I'm the same way, really hard for me to put on mass still despite constantly eating. Way to go!

Apr 4, 2013 6:08pm | report
Turnick

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Turnick

Nice workout, thanks for sharing it with us!

Apr 7, 2013 6:27pm | report
  • Body Stats
  • ht: 14'11"
  • wt: 179.8 lbs
  • bf: 10.0%
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