How I became Muscular at age 12 using minimal weights

I was once pretty skinny weighing just 40kg, I had been teased about how skinny my arms were. this kickstarted how I got into fitness and self improvement, I felt I had gotten a new purpose in life and my depression from my bad habits quickly left the scene, I started by grabbing the small 2kg weights and doing lateral deltoid raises as they were quite hard, I then moved on to do many YouTube workout tutorials, the most prominent being THENX, most people say that building and muscular body takes a long but it took me under 2 months but I still looked small I then put on 17 pounds in 6 months and found myself smashing people at arm wrestles even though they weighed upwards of 10kg of my weight. If your not passionate about fitness you won’t achieve your goal, I have a friend (let’s call him bob) he worked out 3 times a week at his gymnastics club but still ended up being fat and weak, we have had arguments about why he can’t lose weight (even though he says he doesn’t eat much and he brings little food to school), I believe it’s because he sits down and pigs out when he gets home after not eating much at school, and he puts it down to his metabolic rate and his height (5ft 3), I feel there are those weeks where you can’t push yourself to hit that workout but there are also those weeks where you can easily jump up and feel great about your fitness.

Anyway getting aesthetic is much more easy than most influencers make it sound, all you need is push-ups, pull ups, a place to sprint, squats with 10 kg, and good food, I bulked by just eating my normally healthy diet but I just ate more of it.

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