About Me

First and foremost, welcome to my website!profile

 

My name is Jesse and I love working out and the fact that you’ve stumbled upon my page suggests that so do you!

 

I’ve been athletic person since the day I’ve born. My mom told me that I was a very active child and loved to run and climb and all the other stuff childs do. So my parents discovered that I had way too much energy if they didn’t put me to do some kind of sport every day so they had to figure an outlet for me to empty my energy tanks and their solution was to force me into a sport of my choosing.

 

First I did Karate for two years, didn’t like it at all and to be honest sucked at it. Next in line was Olympic Diving and that I actually enjoyed way more since I learned to use my body for different kind of tricks like cartwheels and flips and I was good at it. After that I took up on track-and-field that sucked hard, did that for just 1 year.

 

Then I started boxing and really enjoyed it, even took a bit over 10 amateur fights and came out with more wins than lossess. At this time I was around 14-15 years old and really started to understand that I have some gifts in athletics. I did box for around 2 years and after that I hit a wall. Alcohol and computer games came into the picture and I quit boxing and just started to play computer games and drink. And after that I haven’t been incorporating a sport of any kind to my life until now, almost 10 years after.

 

At january of 2014 I made a decision to start dabbling with gym. As a born researcher I searched online for the best methods to workout as having goal of building muscle and strength. And now After almost a year I went from Deadlifting 100kg (225pounds) for 1, deadlifting 150kg (337,5pounds) x 5, Squatting 70kg for 1 to Squatting 130kg for 1, and Benching from 50kg (112,5pounds) to 100kg (225pounds) for 1. As you can see here even though I was always athletic I wasn’t necessarily strong.

 

During this one year period I fell in love with the weights and working out in the gym and made this website to share my ideas of building muscle and strength with no BS information about the subject. This website covers only the BEST and PROVEN methods for building muscle and strength NATURALLY without drugs. I’ll do product reviews of different products and always give my own take of things. I’ve developed a hunger for knowledge of working out and want to share my vision with like minded people.

 

See you around, Jesse.

14 thoughts on “About Me

  1. isaac payne

    Hey Jesse,

    I stumbled across your website and found some great articles and reviews! I just recently made a product called Deadlift Essentials that I think you and your fans would really like.

    I’d love for you to take a look at it and let me know what you think. If you’re interested, I’m offering 75% commission for all sales.

    Also, do you accept guest posts for your site? I’d love to contribute an article if at all possible.

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    Isaac Payne

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    1. Jesse Post author

      Isaac absolutely I’ll be more than happy to take a look and write a review on it.

      And what comes to guest posts I’ll be more than happy if you want to contribute πŸ™‚

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  2. Tim Bise

    Hello, I have stumbled on your website and agree with all your findings and methods to training. Now about me I am 39 years old 5-11″ and now 210lbs. I was fairly in shape in my younger years till I got in my twentys. I rode a bicicle ALOT. Now I am overweight and have no energy and am short of breath when i do the slightest thing. I have always wanted to build alot of muscle along with being in shape. So in your opinion (because I trust you) can you send me some info on some exercises etc. for building overall body muscle mass and some cardio to get back in shape ? Also I am currrently working a 3rd shift job so what are your thoughts on that also? Thanks alot !

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    1. Jesse Post author

      Great to hear Tim that you’re interested getting in shape! I can give you a couple of pointers but to list everything here in the comments will require way too much of time and typing, so…

      My website is full of free information on how to build muscle and I suggest you to check out these articles in this order:

      #1 Beginner’s guide to muscle building
      #2 How to structure proper diet

      There is just so much to know if you want to understand everything that comes into play when the goal is to build muscle. If you have some bucks to spend and don’t want to be gathering information all over the internet, I suggest you to check out my review of my #1 recommendation. This program has everything you’ll ever need to know about buiding muscle and losing weight. I’ve done over 20 reviews of different workout programs and this one is by far the best.

      All the best and I hope you got something out from this πŸ™‚

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  3. cj

    Hi Jesse,

    Loved your review and what you have is a very useful blog/website.

    I just wanted to know if you know Emily Skye and had a review about her program?
    https://www.emilyskye.com/fit
    I tried searching for it but I don’t see any. BTW this is for my wife.

    though this is target for women, just wondering if this is something that you are planning to
    touch on to.

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    1. Jesse Post author

      I’m planning to start doing reviews of womens programs. There is a misconception between male and female fitness programs that women should train somehow different than men which is completely counter productive. The basics will apply whether you’re a male or a female. Thanks a lot πŸ™‚

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  4. Nicolas

    Hello, I was looking or reviews of workouts and came across this website. I am currently a 23 year old, almost a year out of college and within the last sixth months got a full time job as a Respiratory Therapist at a hospital. After looking at my eating habits and workout routine (which is little to none), I want to change. That being said, I work night shift (7p-7a). As you might not know this is awful for the sleep schedule and energy levels are always low. I enjoy working out, but I can’t stick with many things because I get so sore I lose motivation because it takes me a while to recover. Any thoughts or insights into anything will help. I want to feel comfortable and happier in my skin while being healthier in every day life.

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    1. Jesse Post author

      That is great to hear that you’re into working out! But the thing is that most of our recovery happens during sleep and if you’re not getting quality rest every night there might be an issue. That being said I know some guys that have gotten great gains with just 5-6 hours of sleep per night BUT they sleep at night… Also there are studies that show that people working with night shifts are more prone to diseases and what not.

      Also is your nutrition on point? Are you eating in a calorie surplus food coming in from good sources?

      The guidelines I’d give to you is to focus on low volume, high frequency training with just a couple of compound exercises. Do full body three times or an upper-/lower split four times a week and just pick one or two exercises per body part and train each muscle group three times a week with low volume. For example this would mean some form of squat, some form of deadlift, some sort of vertical and horizontal pull and incline bench with dumbbells or barbell (or both or alternate) and overhead press.

      The thing with higher frequency training is that you will not get as sore as with so called bro splits where you one body part only once per week.

      Anyway you should try to pinpoint what exactly causes your inability to recover and fix that.

      Hope this helps πŸ™‚

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  5. Teny

    Hi, I actually ordered and returned Body Beast based on your review! I read your #1 recommendation and want to confirm it is different than the result Google produced, Fit Body Blueprint for Women and if so any thoughts on this one? I’ve always worked out but being vegan I find the nutrition part really hard and therefore always have a difficult time sustaining anything. I’m a 28 yr female slowly giving up…yea wrong outlook but swimming was the only thing that worked and I can’t go back to a team now, lol. Any advice or feedback will be much appreciated. BTW your site is really great, filled with tons of helpful information!

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    1. Jesse Post author

      Fit Body Blueprint For Women is not the same product as The Body Transformation Blueprint. I haven’t ever heard about that one. You can absolutely do my #1 recommendation as a lady! There is a huge misconception that men and women should train differently, they should NOT. If you end up purchasing my #1 recommendation you get free 3 months of coaching with the author himself and he will help you with anything, like adjusting the nutrition to complete veganism. You can definately make the same progress with vegan diet.

      Thanks a lot for the comment and I’m really happy if you found my site helpful in any way πŸ™‚ Everything best to you!

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  6. Shawn

    Hi Jesse –

    I am currently looking for not good but Great workout program. I am 45yrs, 5’10 and 200lbs. I would like to burn 10 – 20 lbs and gain lean muscle and I DO NOT want to bulk up. What do you recommend? I was thinking about Body Beast until I saw your in-depth review. Also, what do you think about Athlean-X?

    Thanks,
    Shawn

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    1. Jesse Post author

      Thanks for stopping by! Check out my #1 recommendation review here What I know about athlean x it seems legit But havent looked into it So cannot comment about that.

      All the best to you And I hope you will achieve your goals! πŸ™‚

      Reply

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