From 125Lb to 160Lb in 5 Months: a User's Weight Journey
Discover how a Reddit user, shrubbery123, managed to gain 35lb in just 5 months and transformed their body. Read on for more details!
Article by Madeleine Smith
Shrubbery123, an 18-year-old male standing at 5'7", took to Reddit to share his incredible weight gain journey. He started at 125lb and was able to gain 35lb, reaching a healthy weight of 160 pounds in just 5 months.
The Journey Begins
Shrubbery123 started his journey with a simple goal: gain weight and become more muscular. To achieve this, he started eating more calories and increasing his protein intake. He also followed a simple workout regimen that consisted of both weightlifting and cardio exercises.
To ensure that he was consuming enough calories, Shrubbery123 began tracking his food intake using MyFitnessPal. He focused on eating calorie-dense foods such as nuts, avocados, and peanut butter. He also made sure to eat protein with every meal, usually in the form of chicken or beef.
After 5 months of hard work and dedication, Shrubbery123 was able to gain 35lb and transform his body. He now has more muscle mass and feels much stronger than before. Shruberry123 is no longer self-conscious about his body and is proud of the progress he has made.
Shrubbery123's weight gain journey shows that with determination, hard work, and smart eating habits, anyone can transform their body. It's important to focus on consuming enough calories and protein, while also following a consistent exercise routine. However, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional before making any significant changes to your diet or exercise regimen.
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