Chaz Klein Shed 30 Pounds To Get In Shape For High School Football!

Chaz knew he needed to get in shape if he wanted to be successful on his high school football team. Read on to learn how he shed 30 pounds right here!


Before And After Stats

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Before:

Age:
17
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
240 lbs

After:

Age:
19
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
210 lbs


Why I Got Started

Being the overweight kid at a young age can be harsh on your personal life and self image. I knew I had to make a change, but I didn't know how. Honestly the one thing that got me truly motivated to lose fat and start getting stronger was my older brother.

He took me to the gym one day and made me workout with him. He told me I needed to get stronger and more fit to be good at football and high school sports. I owe him a lot for this because since then, I have learned to love bodybuilding with a great passion.

Don't let people tell you that your genetics won't let you accomplish something that you want to achieve. With hard work, dedication, and a strong passion for what you're doing you can go anywhere.

With Hard Work, Dedication, And A Strong Passion For What You're Doing You Can Go Anywhere.
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With Hard Work, Dedication, And A Strong Passion
For What You're Doing You Can Go Anywhere.


How I Did It

I started working out with my best friend the summer before my freshman year at high school. We read about dieting and working out but our main focus was the training. We later found out how important proper nutrition really was.

After a few months of working out and mostly trying to lose the fat I had on me from being an overweight child, I had done it. I was at around 135 pounds coming into freshman year. After losing the weight I knew I had to start building mass and losing body fat at the same time.

That's when I got into boxing. Boxing had given me a drive to lose more body fat but also gain some muscle. After that I completely gave up on my diet and wanted to gain as much muscle and mass as possible.

I blew up to 255 pounds. After football was over I went back to dieting and got all the way down to 190 pounds in around 5-6 months.

Since then I have been building my body, getting ready for an upcoming competition in October and November. It has been a long journey, but I wouldn't change one thing about it!

It Has Been A Long Journey, But I Wouldn't Change One Thing About It.
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It Has Been A Long Journey, But I
Wouldn't Change One Thing About It.


Supplements

Note: Supplement schedule and dosages are shown below in the diet section.


Diet

Meal 1:

Meal 2:

Meal 3: Pre-Workout

Meal 4: Post-Workout

Meal 5:

Meal 6:

Don't Let People Tell You That Your Genetics Won't Let You Accomplish Something That You Want To Achieve.
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Don't Let People Tell You That Your Genetics Won't
Let You Accomplish Something That You Want To Achieve.


Training

Monday: Chest

Tuesday: Shoulders

Wednesday: Legs

Thursday: Arms

Friday: Rest

Saturday: Back

Sunday: Lagging Body Parts


Suggestions For Others

Whatever you do don't let anyone steer you away from your goals. All those people that called you fat or weak; just use them as motivation for why you started bodybuilding and what your goals are.

As with all things, practice makes perfect and time and dedication are key. Be flexible in your schedule too; don't think you can't go out with your friends because you have to eat a certain meal at a certain time.

Learn to cope with every day life and don't use it as an excuse to not lift. If you work hard, eat right, and train dedicated, the results will show.

Learn To Cope With Every Day Life And Don't Use It As An Excuse To Not Lift.
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Learn To Cope With Every Day Life And
Don't Use It As An Excuse To Not Lift.

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