Jeff Masterson's Ectomorph Transformation

Jeff Masterson used to be some really skinny dude:

 

The sad part was that he was tall, so his skinniness made him look elongated and stick out like a sore thumb.

He got tired of it and decided to hit the gym.

He went to the gym 6 times a week and spent hundreds on supplements, and needless to say, he didn’t achieve any significant results – he gained 9 pounds in that whole year.

As he began to research more, the pieces of the puzzle started fitting together. He saw the light and things kicked off from there as he began to design a weight gain program.

As a result, he managed to put on a whopping 63 pounds from 142 lbs to 205 lbs!

Weight gain blueprint

 

His story sounds pretty similar to mine, just that I wasted more time than him following misleading advice found over the net or advice that just weren’t suited to the average ectomorph like me.

He’s now a muscle building coach and you can find out more about him here:

His main site
His Youtube channel (51k subscribers)
Facebook (21.8k fans)
Twitter
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For a review of his weight gain program, click here.

 

 

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1 Comment

  1. Hey  I wanted to ask you a fitness question or questions pertaining to my situation. I started going to Golds gym for about 3 weeks now. I weigh 215 and I am 6 ft 4in so basically my body is an ectomorphs type. What is the best way to get a lean body since I already have the weight that most ectomorphs want? I want to lose the excess fat in my mid section and then bulk up with muscle targeting the same body weight range. I am eating healthy and I workout 6 days a week I switch between cardio, swimming or calisthenics  on off days and weight training on training days I add my small ab workouts after my weight training three days a week. I don’t necessarily care if I get bigger and stronger overall but if I do then that would be a definite plus. I want to reduce my body fat percentage and increase my stamina and overall health. Any advice you could give would help..thanks

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