As wonderful as Shane Kelly was at posing on the beach, he just wasn’t happy with his body. So after a lot of protein, some hard work and some clean eating, he got in shape and got in touch.
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But for now, here is Shane’s transformation! Enjoy.
What is your fitness background?
I decided to get fit in 2011 because of bad eating and drinking habits. I thought enough is enough and bought a bench and some free weights, not that knew what I was doing! Like others, I started browsing the net for ways to train, then came 4 months of garage training until I finally decided to join a gym.
Why did you decide to transform your body?
Basically, I was massively out of shape; I had a beer belly and felt really rubbish all the time. So I thought time to stop and get fit! It was the best idea I’ve ever had.
What was your training was like?
When I first started training in my garage I did not know what I was doing. I just did bench presses and dumbbell curls, then hit my punch bag. It wasn’t until I joined a gym with a friend and wrote up a proper plan that I noticed some changes.
My routine was:
I still use this routine most of the time.
What was your diet like?
My diet was very clean. Mainly fresh chicken and fish with moderate carbs and fats. My macros for cutting are: 218g protein 100g carbs 50g fat and that works very well for me.
How has your lifestyle changed?
I’m a much more confident person, I’m crazy about anything fitness related and I have a better outlook on food.
What challenges did you face?
Yes! I had days where I didn’t eat the correct food all the time but you’ve got to sometimes to keep sane! I also had a knee injury which lasted 10 weeks, so I didn’t train legs for a while, but all is back to normal now.
How do you feel about your body transformation?
I feel like a new person, it’s the best thing I’ve ever done. I look healthier and feel it too! I’m in this game until my body wont let me lift another weight!
What are your plans for the future?
To stay focused and positive about my training and eating and carry on! I have no plans to stop.