Do you feel pressured by me?
I never post anything to make others feel bad about themselves. And I’m sorry if anything I have ever posted has made you feel bad about yourself.
To be honest, the pictures I post often gets comments - both good and bad.
There is always someone who thinks I’m too skinny, to big, to muscular, not muscular enough. That I’m working out too much, or not working out enough. That I eat «very special food», and too much of it - or too little. Or that I should stop treating myself with a snack once in a while.
The DM’s I get is a bit of everything, from people who’s cheering for me and who got my back - to people telling me everything I do wrong and how shitty they think I look. But I don’t care. I do what I do for me, because I love what I do and it makes me feel good.
We look different from season to season. Onseason is one thing, offseason is another. Different goals, different diets, different workouts - and different fatpercentages. And if you are wondering, this is a throwback.
No matter what you do, what you say, what you mean, what you post - people will always have opinions about it. You just have to trust yourself, trust the prosess and be proud of what you have accomplished.
I got your back, keep going🖤
420x8 for the wheelbarrow deadlift
Finishing day 1 mid pack for MWW open and 4th in the 160 class…
Disappointed in my log performance… but gotta move on! Tomorrow is a big day with events I’m excited about!
Seriously thank you to all my @unchained_strength , family, and @gary_biceps for the energy and support!!! I appreciate it so much ❤️🔥
2 hours ago
Reposting this from right before Worlds weigh in. Wanted to shout out to @paolo_kessler again and show how important proper nutrition is. Went from 77,5kg to what you see here within 3 weeks. with limited to no strength loss! Not going to go into the details of how. I’ll let him explain it. But there are no tricks and no gimmicks. Just science 🙏🏾