He wakes up to unknown food rations, unknown weather patterns, and unknown dangers. Yet he’s bold enough to handle his own life. His survival is his responsibility, and his responsibility alone.
He’s given food, given shelter, and given a safeguard from danger. He’s but a pawn, and not responsible for his life.
They’re made up of the same anatomical “stuff,” but each lives differently. Each has a different outlook and attitude.
Created from a combination of genetics and environment that spat out an ever-so unique skinny-fat build. Thin wrists. Chunky love handles. Moobs. No muscles. Narrow shoulders.
Perhaps lose the stubborn body fat? Perhaps build an “X” physique? Perhaps stop the stretch marks from further amassing?
You’re already at a crossroad. You’re skinny. You’re fat. Should you gain muscle? Should you lose fat? Does it matter what happens first? (Hint: Yes, it matters. And it matters more than you can you imagine.)
You need skinny-fat rules. Sure, you’re a hardgainer of muscle. But you’re an easy gainer of fat. Your body is unlike any other. Yet no one talks about it. Everyone ignores it. (Because they don’t know about it.)
You need something for a skinny-fat sufferer, that’s also created from the hands of a skinny-fat sufferer.
Someone that understands you. Someone that understands your cage. Someone that understands skinny-fat purgatory: turning one way to cut, losing all muscle (it’s hard enough to build as is); turning the other way to bulk, gaining nothing but fat. Someone that understands the need to build an “X” physique to combat years of living out of proportion.
Someone… Read more…