Hi, my name’s Julian, I’m 26 years old and currently a student.
My whole life I’ve had problems gaining weight,
maintaining my bodyweight or gaining muscle in general.
I’ve always been very skinny but also always had the dream of gaining weight,
being stronger and having a good physique.
I went to the gym for a while, quite regularly.
But this didn’t change anything and left me pretty frustrated.
About half a year ago I went travelling around the world.
During this time I realized how out of shape my body got
from not doing any sports or exercising.
This showed in how super skinny and gaunt I became.
Freeletics Gym is a free app that creates you a personalized training plan every week.
It guides you through every training session and teaches you all the movements.
This was perfect for me as I didn’t have any experience with barbell training.
It adapts to your goals and experience and programs the training accordingly.
Check the description for a free link.
I’ve been training with Freeletics Gym for the last 18 weeks now.
The first couple of weeks I focused on learning the exercises
but soon after I was able to increase my weights on a weekly basis.
I have become stronger than I ever could have imagined
especially since I went to the gym for years before
and never saw a real change.
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  1. You know wether it took 18 weeks or 18 months his look and transformation is very achievable . Even if it takes 1 year I think it's still worth stepping in the gym folks, gyming is about you.
    You don't need to compare or look at others transformation 'statistics' just get in be as serious as you can be and you will see and feel changes guarenteed.
    Take it one day at a time and enjoy it. Don't go in thinking I need to be jacked by tomorrow. That will lead to substance abuse . Go in thinking I want to develop myself as much as I can no matter how long it takes I want to comit to this. Then you will get somewhere.

  2. So Marian, who was the fattest twin, got bulkier AND leaner at the same time. In less than 4 months (cause he was sick part of the time and did not even train, right?). All of this naturally.
    I'm amazed… I'm like super amazed

  3. Hey,
    coole Transformation, aber bitte lasse solche Übungen wie Schulterheben weg, die sollen alles andere als gut sein.

  4. Niemand schafft es in gut 4 Monaten von 60 kg Bankdrücken auf 115! Finde es echt scheiße, dass den Leuten hier so Hoffnung gemacht wird.

  5. Some people here are bullshit sorry for my word but I workout every day, his 18 weeks are bullshit considering that type of body in the thumbnail

  6. C'est pas en repoussant c'est limite qu'on développe un beau corp rapidement, c'est s'entraînent souvent et en fessant plusieurs répétions

  7. I have been going to the gym everyday for 1 year straight… i was and still amk really chubby and i didn´t see changes that fast. But now i feel like i am gaining muscles faster and losing weight much easier than i did before 1 year. Just stick with the decisions you make for yourself and do what you want and dont go crazy if something doesnt work out as fast as you want it to!!!

    But i dont think that these changes of his body were made in 13 weeks maybe thsi is like a placement for freeletics idk

  8. Ectomorph or just very underweight? I say this because the final result has these broad ass shoulders that ectomorphs do not have

  9. ich mache selbst seit einiger Zeit Sport und würde empfehlen die Übungen langsamer zu machen da sie dadurch effektiver sind. Bin kein Profi aber hat bei mir einiges gebracht 🙂

  10. The difference between before and after at 4:39 isn't as big as it seems at first glance. Note the flattering light and the different posture from the left in the after picture. The guy is already quite fit in the before picture, just tries to "hide" it by making his stomach protrude a little, leaning a little back so his pecs and shoulders look
    smaller. There is some fat loss and muscle growth beyond doubt, but not as much as it seems.

  11. Look, I don't usually leave comments on videos but I have to say that this chicken breast of yours ain't pushing 115kg on a bench. Oh, and the 160kg deadlift 🤣, possible, definitely possible with a crane and a puke..🤮👎

  12. Gran superacion amigos mios , y claro los cambios no se ven de la noche a la mañama , si fuera asi de facil ,todos estariamos fuertes entonces

  13. Impressive gains. It seems you are a classic ectomorph, which have the most difficulty putting on muscle mass. I am an ectomorph myself and when I was in my 20's I put on a considerable amount of weight/ muscle mass. Via working out at the gym, lifting heavy and eating massive amounts of food. I am now in my early 40's, but no longer body build. The result is that I have lost most of the muscle/ weight and am back to a tall/ skinny body type.

  14. I've been working out so harder for like last 3 weeks but tbh zero improvements 😕 my friends are teasing like what were you doing for 3 weeks lol…but trust me I was really working I'm still doing haven't given my hopes! But please guys someone tell me what should I do to reach next level? I've kinda skinny / slim type body! Somebody help me 🙂

  15. I really don't understand why so many people have a hard time believing he achieved the gains in only 18 weeks. I am a classic ectomorph body type. When I was younger I achieved the same in a similar amount of time. I literally went from 6'0 152 lbs to 178 lbs. This may not seem like a lot of weight to some, but when you have a slender frame, it really shows. Most people can easily tell that you packed on some pounds and filled out. Sometimes life is difficult for skinny men, because you are often ridiculed by friends and family, for your size. Or even rejected by the opposite sex etc.. Adding on some much needed pounds does wonders for your self esteem.

  16. Such gains are possible in a short timeframe for a "NEW" lifter. Due to the "Law of Diminishing Returns", a person that works out regularly will NOT see such precipitous gains as these lifters will already be close to their physiological maximum lifts. Perhaps legal supplements such as creatine, protein and glutamine are being used but there is NOTHING about these gains that scream PEDs. Hard work and discipline yields results.

  17. I made a video challenge push up 100 times every day for a week, check on my YouTube Channel and see the changes

  18. I’m inclined to believe this is natural because steroid users usually get massive traps, but damn this transformation is just jaw dropping

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