Teen Transformation Of The Week - Tom Harrison!

Tom finally realized he didn't want to be the token fat guy. He started to see the world of fitness and bodybuilding all around him and realized he needed to become a part of it. Read on to learn how he put on 31 pounds!
Before Before:
160 lbs
After After:
191 lbs

dot
Vital Stats
dot

Name: Tom Harrison
Email: hiteejayy@aol.com
Age: 18
Bodyspace: http://bodyspace.bodybuilding.com/hotdogsfordaddy/

Before:
Weight: 160 lbs

After:
Weight: 191 lbs

dot
Why I Got Started
dot

I finally realized I didn't want to be the token fat guy. I started to see the world of fitness and bodybuilding all around me and realized I needed to become a part of it. It was also something to keep me from getting bored in my free time.

I didn't want to be the token fat guy.
+ Click To Enlarge.
I Didn't Want To Be The Token Fat Guy.

dot
How I Did It
dot

I started at the age of 16, at 160 pounds with basically no muscle mass at all, and for about a year I aimed sloppily at losing weight and gaining the usual "beach muscles." I had found some information on the Bodybuilding.com forum about losing fat (my original intent), but stumbled upon some photos in the pictures section where I realized I needed to change my priorities and get into bodybuilding. Around 17 I started taking things seriously, eating at a clean caloric surplus and training each muscle as hard as possible.

dot
Supplements
dot

dot
Diet
dot

My diet usually consists of 5 eggs/4 slices of turkey bacon/whole grain bread upon waking up.

Grilled chicken breast, steak and lean chop meat throughout the day, with red potatoes and celery.

3 protein shakes throughout the day, natural peanut butter between meals, and milk throughout the day.

When cutting I drop most of the dairy and eat less carbs.

dot
Training
dot

dots
arrow Legs Workout:
dots

dots
arrow Chest/Delts/Triceps Workout:
dots

dots
arrow Back/Biceps Workout:
dots

dots
arrow Calves/Abs Workout:
dots

dot
Suggestions For Others
dot

Train frequently but train smart. Remember that results come outside of the gym, not inside it, and that diet and rest are just as important as lifting.

Train frequently but train smart.
+ Click To Enlarge.
Train Frequently But Train Smart.