Body Fat: 18%
Body Fat: 9%
Why I Got Started
I got started weightlifting when I was 13 in my basement. All we had was an old bench from 1989 and a couple rusted old free weights. At a young age I saw my older sister work out and do tae-bo. The transformation she had accomplished from doing the videos and weight lifting were amazing to me and almost unreal.
The turning point that really started my weight lifting career was when I saw my sister do her bench max of 200 pounds and the emotion afterwards. I could only sit back and decide that I wanted a lift style like she had along with the strength gains and the accomplishments.
So I began talking to my gym teacher who was a big lifter and it started from there. He taught me proper technique and form, along with nutrition tips and advice.
I then took all this and combined it with hard work, some dedication, an old bench, and some rusty free weights and now I have grown and transformed an old body and hobby to an obligation and a much better physique.
How I Did It
Honestly there really isn't a shortcut or cheat way into getting the results you want. After you learn the correct technique and form it's all about consistency (lifting even after the hardest day at school), heart, and dedication.
After I was ready and decided this was something I wanted to do, I made a couple changes in my life. I cut out all the pop and junk food out of my diet, made sure I got 8-10 hours of sleep each night, and made sure my workouts were solid and gave my muscles enough time to recover. After that it was all just patience.
Cameron Parker's Supplements
Cameron Parker's Diet Plan
- 2 scoops of whey
- 1 scoop of whey
- Whey or gainer
Meal 4: Pre-Workout
Meal 5: Post-Workout
Cameron Parker's Training Program
Monday: Chest & Triceps
- Pushups: 50 (Warm-Up)
- Dumbbell Flat Bench Press: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Dumbbell Incline Bench Press: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Decline Dumbbell Bench Press: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Dumbbell Flyes: 1 set to failure superset with
- Pushups: 1 set to failure
- Skullcrushers: 2 sets 6-8 reps
- Weighted Dips: 2 sets to failure
- Barbell Rows: 2 sets 6-8 reps
- Lat Pulldowns: 2 sets 6-8 reps
- Pullups: 2 sets 6-8 reps
- Deadlifts: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Chinups: 1 set to failure
- Narrow Grip Barbell Curls: 2 sets 6-8 reps
- Alternating Dumbbell Curls: 2 sets 6-8 reps
- Pullups: 1 set to failure
- Dumbbell Lateral Raises: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Barbell Military Press: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Arnold Press: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Rear Delt Raises: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Arm Circles: 3 minutes
- Barbell Shrugs: 2 sets 6-8 reps
- Rear Barbell Shrugs: 2 sets 6-8 reps
- Barbell Squats: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Leg Press: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Leg Extensions: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Leg Curls: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Stiff-Leg Deadlifts: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Lunges: 1 set to failure superset with
- Jump Squats: 1 set to failure
- Donkey Calf Raises: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Calf Press On Leg Press Machine: 3 sets 6-8 reps
- Standing Calf Raises: 1 set to failure
Tuesday: Back & Biceps
Thursday: Shoulders & Traps
Saturday & Sunday: Rest
Suggestions For Others
Really decide if you really want to have a bodybuilding lifestyle and when/if you do then really dedicate the first 1-2 months to research asking all the questions you have, and getting awesome form before bumping up the weight.