i’ve been at this now for 7 years. can anybody tell me how long before 7 years of powerlifting and body building starts to change your body? at least if sombody replies, and gives me an estimation of how long it took them to transform into a “bodybuilder” maybe i will sleep better at night.
What is your definition of a bodybuilder?
Like Ronnie Coleman? Like guys that do a lot of steriods?
When I think of bodybuilder I think of someone who wants a massive, lean body…
Raul, what is wrong with living a healthy lifestyle and striving to get better in performance… or get better in developing great body composition… or getting better with your diet?
You can sleep at night… and why are you not able to do so as you say? Perhaps “bodybuilding” to the extent you’re thinking is not that great anyway? What would be the worst that could happen if you did not acheive a Ronnie Coleman or massive bodybuilding type figure???
I’m sure you’ve made some improvements over the 7 years and that is something to be proud of. Is it not?
Don’t worry about those mags or media or the pictures in the powerful images section AT this site. It does not make you any less of a human to have a less than “Greek God” figure does it? Surely it does not warrant that you get less sleep at night because your not some massive bodybuilder…
You’re a marketing guy… maybe you could take a step back and look how far you’ve come realistically and see where you want to go and keep improving.
Get a trainer, nutrionist, the works if you want to get really serious about your body sculpting.
Or lastly, have you really done what is necessary with the time and effort to warrant such a great figure? Or do you even really know what is actually needed to achieve such results?
I’m not being facetious here. Many people, I think don’t know what is actually required…
Either way Raul, start asking yourself some questions and being realistic in your approach to the questions.
You’ll find the answer and make the appropriate decision that’s best for you.