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A 10 Month Clean Bulking and Gym Journey: From 161Lbs to 190Lbs

Get inspired by [deleted]'s 10-month clean bulking and gym journey! Read on to learn how he gained 29lbs.

Article by Madeleine Smith

A before and after photo of a 6'3" male showing a muscle gain from 161 pounds to 190 pounds. A net gain of 29 pounds.
M/22/6'3 161lbs-190lbs 10 months clean bulking and gym
Originally posted on /r/progresspics


Bulking can be a challenging process, but it can also be rewarding. If you're looking to pack on some muscle, then you need to be willing to put in the hard work. [deleted], a 22-year-old Reddit user, recently completed a 10-month clean bulking and gym journey. In this post, we'll take a closer look at his journey and share some insights that you can apply to your own routine.

Starting Stats

According to his post, [deleted] started his journey at 6'3 and 161lbs. Over the course of 10 months, he managed to gain a total of 29lbs, bringing his weight up to 190lbs. This is an impressive feat that required a lot of dedication and effort on his part.

Clean Bulking

One of the factors that made [deleted]'s journey successful was his focus on clean bulking. This means that he was consuming more calories than he was burning, but he was doing it in a healthy way. He was eating whole, nutritious foods and avoiding junk food and sugary drinks. This allowed him to gain muscle mass without also packing on a lot of excess fat.

The Importance of the Gym

Another key component of [deleted]'s journey was his commitment to the gym. He was hitting the weights regularly and following a structured workout plan. By challenging himself with heavier weights and pushing his body to work harder, he was able to make progress and see the results of his hard work.


If you're looking to bulk up and gain muscle, then [deleted]'s journey can serve as a source of inspiration. By focusing on clean bulking and committing to a regular gym routine, he was able to make significant strides in his fitness journey. Remember, everyone's body is different, and what works for one person may not work for another. But by trying out different strategies and finding what works best for you, you too can achieve your fitness goals.

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