It is always very humbling for me to receive such great feedback like the email below. Jeremy Mills has successfully transformed his physique into areal-life Avenger! Although I get numerous messages telling of successes and gratitude, Jeremy’s stuck out to me as something I felt I needed to pass on and let others see.
Again, a truly humbling message and, as always, I am here to answer any questions and look forward everyday to here from successful people like Jeremy.
So, for now I will shut up and let Jeremy tell his story:
I also put together a Before and After showing before, after the 1st, and after the 2nd. A few extras are also attached from post workout pump!
I can’t say thanks enough! Had I not read your articles and followed your advice I would have never of gotten here!
The stats overall:
|Start||End 1st||End 2nd|
|Waist @ Naval(in)||34||31||29|
|BMI(Using Navy Calculation %)||20||13||9|
|% Difference from Start BMI||0.00%||35.00%||55.00%|
I used the Navy BMI calculation throughout. How accurate is it?
I really appreciate M&S and writers such as yourself. You all really have a passion for what you do and I really appreciate you sharing that!
I never in a million years thought I’d ever have a six pack. Growing up I was very overweight (245 and 5’4 at my worst) it wasn’t until I was 18 that I shed some weight and slimmed down but have always been “fat skinny” ever since. I got into working out this past Spring and was doing what you describe in your blog as all the WRONG things. I was only working targeted exercises and my workout intensity looking back was a joke. Couple that with listening to broscience and I wasn’t getting anywhere. On a vacation trip I talked to a buddy that has a great physique and I asked for his advice. He recommended A) Working on a physique versus how much I can lift and B) checkout M&S.
When I read your Avengers Workout and then your site it really appealed to me as an Engineering student. I thought here’s a guy who looks great,uses real science, and is a BA who beat down cancer. So, I told to my wife that I wanted to do the routine/diet and I needed her on board. Being the amazing lady that she is, I had her support throughout. I used so much of your information from your blog during the whole process. The Nutrition information, motivation, etc you post made it so easy! The other day someone at the gym complimented me on my six pack and asked how long did it take and what exercises to do. I replied, that it took a lot of hard work and nutrition was the largest key. I referred them to M&S, the WorkoutLab, and told them to always keep pushing. In the gym I now live for the face shown in HungryShirtPythons, its the face that I make when my muscles are burning and my brain is saying quit! Though, somehow I push through that and I get one more rep!
THANK YOU so much, man! My favorite cheat day item is an ice cold beer from Sweetwater brewing here in Atlanta. I’m not sure if you enjoy the occasional beer but I’d love to send you a sampler as a thank you.
Now I’m going to start constructing my own diet and I think I’ll tackle “Insane Like Bane” next!