From 300 lbs to Bodybuilding Competitor: Brad's Story

My fitness and weight loss journey started about 6 years ago but wasn't very serious about it and didn't know much about nutrition or diet but I loved weightlifting.

Brad before his journey started.

My goal when I started was to not be 300 pounds anymore and get to a weight where I didn't mind looking into the mirror.

I started with Rob at the OG Experience 2 years ago after being referred by a friend and had no idea how much it would change so many aspects of my life.

Before working with Rob my results were very up and down and never kept off what I lost.  Since working with Rob, I was able to lose around fifty pounds of fat and start putting on some lean muscle.  Rob helped me learn so much about nutrition and training so then I decided to take things to another level so I decided to donate bodybuilding show.  It was crazy because I didn't even want to look at myself in the mirror in the past and now I was going to commit to being in a posing suit on stage in front of hundreds of people.  Rob coached me through the whole process and made sure I didn't worry about anything and just kept it simple.  I placed 2nd in the Heavyweight division at the NPC Grand Prix Midwest Natural show. 

My favorite thing about the OG Experience is that Rob keeps everything so simple and easy to follow.  He also cares about every single person he works with which is very important to me.

My biggest challenge since starting my fitness journey was learning that motivation comes and goes and the most important part of continued success is surrounding yourself with others who can help support you and your goals and you can do the same for others.

Brad on competition day.

For anyone on the fence or thinking about going the OG Experience, just think about how much money you spend on things you don't need throughout the month and take that and get started.  I guarantee that if you keep it simple and follow the plan for one month, you will see very noticeable results and want to keep it going.