I met Jeff Williamson in 1998 at a competition in Detroit. His condition was phenomenal; like a carbon copy an anatomy chart. WHen I approached Jeff about his condition, all he talked about was Beverly. He won the overall, I placed 4th.
Over the years I read about the success of others but never really imagined that some day I’d be writing about my own success.
Within 8 weeks of starting my first Beverly program, the word TRANS-FOR-MATION became a part of my vocabulary and I finally won a show!
Lowell’s Base diet (4 weeks out) before the final Week Blueprint:
Super Pak with meal #1 5 Ultra 40, 3 Mass Aminos, 3 Muscularity, 1 Bev Multiple Enzyme with each meal 2 Lean Out with each meal 2 Energy Reserve, 4 GH Factor three times daily on empty stomach
Meal #1 12 egg whites / ½ dried oatmeal
Meal #2 8 oz. fish / 4 oz. sweet potato
Meal #3 8 oz. chicken / ½ cup dried oatmeal / ¾ broccoli
Meal #5 8 oz. fish / 3 egg whites / grapefruit / ½ all bran cereal (for fiber)
When asked to map out my bodybuilding road to success my first thought was, “I’m not worthy.“ For years I had read the success stories of others, but it never occurred to me that some day I would write my own. It wasn’t until I achieved my ultimate goal; professional status as a drug free bodybuilder, that I felt anyone would even want to read my story. And now, I’ve done it in two different organizations, the WNBF and NGA.
There are many crucial elements to being a competitive bodybuilder. Most importantly, you must make a commitment to yourself to be responsible for your own actions. Learn what works best for you and what doesn’t. Use your own experiences and mistakes as your first resource-then branch out to other sources for guidance. In this article I’ll take you from the beginning of my journey in bodybuilding to my current status as a Double Pro.