Here’s the latest post with one of the winners from the 12th Adonis Golden Ratio Transformation Contest.
Along contest AT-12 life threw a very interesting curve ball at Tyson. As he was striving for the birth/transformation of his “brand-new physique” he was also accompanied with a new addition to the family. Nevertheless, Tyson continued the challenge and overcame the countless sleepless nights and many other “time-consuming” activities that come with raising a “new-born.” He not only successfully completed the 12 week challenge, he actually saw some dramatic results!
Scroll down to read Tyson’s transformation essay in his own words, but first, check out his AT12 Pictures:
Tyson’s Transformation Essay:
This contest proved to be a very interesting 12 weeks in my life. My wife and I welcomed a new member into our family in July and we were still in the throws of sleeplessness during the beginning of AT12.? There were times I questioned why I started a contest under such duress but I never skipped a workout and continued to push through the tiredness. Eventually the nights got better and my workouts got stronger.? My workouts consisted of Adonis Golden Ratio (AGR) Category 3 training with AGR Category 1 nutrition guidelines. It was a mix that I felt proved to be quite successful. After all AGR is all about adaption right?
I followed the Reverse Taper Diet (RTD) throughout the course of the contest and was amazing at the simplicity of it and its overall effectiveness.? A big take-away I learned was to eat for the week and not the day. I feel like this was my biggest catalyst for success as I was able to plan my weekends for social events and times with my family knowing that during the week I could be strict with my diet. When I did this, the weight and inches fell off.
I look in the mirror and for the first time in years of training, I can actually see a difference. My shoulders are wider, my waist is smaller and I feel I actually look “good”. The biggest pay-off has been in the way my clothes fit. There is just something “rewarding” about putting on a pair of pants that doesn’t quite fit like they used to.
Major kudos to you for completing contest AT-12. Also, congratulations on the new addition to your family. You had plenty of reasons to “bow out” with all do reason. But you chose to stay the course. Another great example of one’s will and desire to improve. It reminds me of a quote, “Change is inevitable, progress is optional.” Thanks for raising the bar one step higher in the “AGR community” and being an “excuse-eliminator.”
your brother in Iron,